time for love
any goddam book you want
do old Beats go to retire? GZO Jones headed for Brazil. We've found
scant documentation that he can even keep a beat, but that has nothing
to do with the fact that Jones always makes deadline and, one way
or another, never shies away from a question. He likes to consider
himself some sort of missing link between the 1950s and the new
century. We like to consider that he works cheap.
Dear Dr. Jones,
What about "The DaVinci Code"? Can you shed
Don't Know What To Believe
Haven't read the book.
But it's been my lifelong observation that organized religion
usually divides people as much as it's supposed to bring them together.
And you don't need to look very hard to find evidence.
I've always wondered, for instance, how the Catholics can be
such a popular club when they don't let priests marry, don't let
women have the good jobs, don't even want to consider birth control.
I like to say live and let live, but to me that's just crazy and
begging for trouble.
And that's not to pick on the Catholics. Or maybe it is.
Want another example? Just look at the U.S. prez. He says he's
doing God's work. That's news to a lot of people. Isn't there something
in the bible about being able to see a fleck in someone else's eye
but not being able to see the log in one's own? Did he skip that
Regardless, questions on religion are easy. Here's what I say:
make up your own mind, follow the Golden Rule, read any goddam book
you want and take it all with a proverbial grain of salt.