And Begin…

by  —  December 31, 2007

The Process started for me in Malibu in the early 90’s. I had been working with Skinny Puppy for several years and received an invitation to join the band as a full time visual artist. At the time I had pseudo net access (email and news reader) through a great unix BBS called the Edge […]

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As It Was…

by  —  December 30, 2007

At some point in my later teens I began to wonder where Satan had gotten off to. In earlier years the insidious Old Scratch was everywhere; planting blasphemous backward messages in music, sowing the seeds of homicide in spiritually naive Dungeons & Dragons players, and encouraging every manner of sinful abandon. The liquor-sodden, cathode-entranced, wife-beating […]

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A New Era in Legal Culpability

by  —  December 29, 2007

Common Law has a long history of preventing persons from being protected from criminal prosecution by the mantle of ignorance. It is likely that this notion has a much longer legal existence in human civilization, as Roman Law expresses the idea as “ignorantia legis non excusat” — “ignorance of the law does not excuse.” Over […]

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