I interrupt my chronic abandonment of this blog to bring you the following announcement: After a long and comforting absence, Dr Harold Toboggans has been sighted again in Memphis.
Reliable sources confirm rumors that the infamous psychoanalyst is set to attend the Cooper Young Trunk or Treat celebration this Sunday, October 31st. The event is scheduled to run from 4pm to 6pm at 1015 Cooper Ave, so, in the interest of safety, I suggest you all head to Arkansas.
I still love you, I have just been very busy with my other…well, real life.
I’m sure it’s just a phase and soon I’ll be back and we’ll have just as much fun as ever.
Unless of course, we don’t…or I don’t…or the internet evolves into a sentient copper-and-optic based lifeform and imprisons all of mankind into an interactive virtual reality show of forced brain cell atrophy.
In the spirit of the holiday weekend, I thought I might share a live public address that I gave several years ago at Lifelink Memphis about the role of dependence and independence in the lives of spiritual people.
Considering that it is me, jokes are provided but it’s not really comedy. It’s long, about 45 minutes, and I’m still trying to figure out how to make it downloadable, so it’s sort of stuck to this page. Sorry.
I use some strong language, offensive to atheists and churchy types alike, as I take to task the hypocritical christian culture that confuses so many with marketing and formulas and thick layers of artificiality, so be warned.
Due to a possibly slumbering sound tech, it starts in the middle of sentence but I think it will be alright.
This is it here: