Mr Trump

Well, I tried. I really did. And I know alot of you did too. While Clinton carried 96% of black women voters, and 79% of Latina voters, she managed to only carry 51% of white college educated women while Trump did shiningly well with White, Rich male voters, who you got it folks, were the status quo before, and still are. White men (and almost half of white women) won you Trump, for the most part. *A majority of white women voted for Trump, disproportionately those who are older, religious and without college degrees — in other words, women who may be more steeped in, accustomed to and dependent on male authority. For these women, it seemed race trumped gender, and white supremacy was more important than broader freedoms for women. While this is disappointing, it’s also perhaps to be expected: White women in many of the states that supported Trump have historically been supporters of segregation and racism just as surely as their husbands, and have also typically opposed many of the laws that would improve conditions for all American women.* He also swept people making more than $50,000 a year, who also guess what, bought into the whole bring back coal, frack the public lands, let’s make america great since this black man’s been fucking it up, spiel. This pokes some holes in the idea that Clinton only represented for white feminists, (white people did not vote for her, really, in fact i guess there are far less feminists in general than our cozy little media bubble predicted), but I really don’t want to get into blaming, and finger pointing, because the Bernie or Bust crowd who are now busted as hell, and all the the Koch controlled “libertarian” bros, brogrammers, and the other elite males who could somehow more easily stomach a Trump presidency (because less face it, email mismanagement is now (has always been I guess???) Officially more concerning than sexual assault), got what they wanted when they turned in their vote for Mr Trump or voted against the electable progressive; will take care of all the blaming. They’ll blame the DNC (which will warrant lots of investigation), instead of the Republicans, who are clearly more unified than the progressives. It’s a shame some battleground states were so close, and I hate to be another Clinton supporter yelling at 3rd party voters, you did what you thought you had to do, and you got, what you got. What’s curious to me, that you think that this puppet is less scary. This is the scariest of all puppets. You know maybe he’ll do a 180, and not overturn gay marriage, roe vs wade, healthcare, frack and mine oil on a level never before seen in our country or any of the terrifying things in his policies; but it’s doubtful considering the Republican held strongholds in all levels of government. Read The glimpse of a green energy superpower run by a would of been President Clinton who’s bad at checking emails on her phone but pretty damn kick ass at saving the planet (or atleast trying, somehow from her place in the middle of the patriarchy Read), is over. 4 years is a long ass time. After receiving death threats on Facebook for sharing similar thoughts posted here, I’ll be on what they call a Facebreak. Enjoy your shit sandwich. I refuse to eat it, but sadly, will now be force fed to me because as we just showed our young people around the world, like Trump touts, consent isn’t needed to get what you want, you can just force feed that shit. You thought the DNC crammed Clinton down your throat? Trump is going to be the worst swallow yet. Be a slick fucker with a baseball bat and bunch of angry dudes, and people will fall into line. (scary how many times over the centuries we’ve seen this narrative before) the-walking-dead-s07e03-still-2 I don’t feel bad for my run on sentences, it’s now Trump nation. (the photo and reference about the baseball bat is from the Walking Dead, in case you haven’t seen it)

I can only hope, that this inspires people who didn’t take this seriously before, to get active because we all got our work cut out for us now. If you thought it was challenging to be anything but the status quo in the USA (which is still, not shockingly, men) before – I fear we are far far far worse off now. All the blue liberals showing up still in Washington DC right now, and yes, apparently you weren’t blue enough when you made all the progress that you did, against a fucked white supremacist patriarchy, you are now going to have to work harder than ever. I sent my dollars, my support, my voice, I even bit the bullet and took phone calls, I sent my platform out, but it wasn’t enough. We had a period of retreive where left leaning agendas such as equal rights were passed through under Obama, and people got greedy and took that for granted. They will call it the democratic elitists who lost, but I can assure you it will be the those who are not represented by the white supremacist patriarchy who will pay the highest price. While she won the popular vote, it wasn’t enough to turn the tide on the status quo. Hate won that battle.

 

*Washington Post

An open letter to Hillary Clinton

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Dear Hillary Rodham Clinton,

I’ve found myself in a sometimes troubling situation; having to often defend you when I was an early Bernie Sanders supporter. Bernie Sanders appealed to such a broad range of people; from my bible thumping ultra Conservative Republican family (who let’s face it, still would of voted for Trump), to my far left friends and associates. His drama and scandal free platform, his consistent anti-war stance, his continued fight for equal rights throughout his entire career, his seemingly simple solutions to complex problems all ignited a sense of unity across the party lines. He boldly shed light on issues that many have accepted as status quo in the USA. He made us dream that perhaps our student loans wouldn’t be an overwhelming debt that we live under every month. That families planning for college might actually not have that burden all this while “pursuing an agenda of dealing with stagnant incomes and income inequality is no longer the liberal pole in the Democratic Party but is the solid majority position,” – In a sense Sanders encouraged people to ask for more from our politicians all across party lines. While 71% of people under 30 voted for Sanders in the primaries, his inability to gain support among POC communities was his main issue and therefore cost him the primaries. (that fact there is an indication of some greater issues surrounding Sanders that goes largely unaddressed) Read Also many believe the DNC had their faith rooted in you and ignored warnings that you will be ousted much easier than the Socialist, though considering how people showed up for the Republicans this year, that is a toss up we’ll never know. There are many views both supporting both sides of the issue. Read or Read

Many of my friends and peers who were Bernie Supporters were outraged by your appointment. Many, still until this day feel as though you somehow cheated, (even though scientific studies have proven time and again that voter fraud is an extremely rare occurrence). Watch In fact, voter disenfranchise is much more of a real world problem than stealing the election. And certainly the Republican party has a much more substantiated history of voter fraud. Bernie Sanders himself has never cried voter fraud and is endorsing you. I don’t believe he was forced to either. I believe Bernie Sanders has been threatened his entire political career and wouldn’t just throw in the towel now, I believe he sees the big picture, and like I, is now doing what it takes to see you in the White House. I love that you have adopted some of his policies into your platform.

You have some great people that believe in you. I see some extremely progressive, smart, and informed people taking up for you. However this isn’t always easy. I’m not interested in the scandal and propaganda. Your email mismanagement doesn’t frighten me, as I realize email servers, including the United States governments’ get hacked, and what was revealed in your emails, was largely unconcerning to me. I also don’t follow wikileaks and don’t think the brogrammers behind the hacks have my ideals in mind, nor do they represent people like me. I realize that the way classified information is handled needs to be changed on a massive level, but this isn’t just your fault, this is the failing of the system. I think you’ve acknowledged this and I think you’ll certainly be more careful in the future. Between Trump and his embodiment of racism, sexism, and failed capitalism, and the scandals that plague you, this election has been taking a toll on us all. But I don’t care about your drama, what I do care about are your policies. I realize you haven’t always supported marriage equality (a big deal for me) but you’ve come around, and I think people can change, and in fact showing that you are open to hearing the dialogue that surrounds you and adjusting is a plus. I’m excited by your energy policy, solar and wind power are really fascinating green alternatives that we’ve never seen being incorporated into the main policy platform for a nominee for POTUS. And it doesn’t take much of a read to figure out that Trump’s energy platform would be absolutely devastating for our environment (my other big political interest=environment). Even the Union for Coal Miners don’t support Trump, I mean people don’t actually want to work in mines, they want jobs. Green energy could be the shift that turns this country into the Global Green Energy Superpower that you’ve spoken of. This ignites my passion and inspires me. Out of all the politicians, I think if you really follow through on your promises, out of everyone, you have the know-how to get this done. I love that you will protect Obama’s Clean Energy and the Recovery Act.

But we can’t set aside your past record. My greatest concern is your highly interventionist activity, that has atleast twice, led to greater international issues. I’m sure you could agree that the way Libya and Honduras turned out was disastrous. I can understand the passion you must feel when you meet with rebel forces who promise democracy to their country if you help them overthrow their leaders however I think that you would be well served to take such a passionate interest in supporting the “rebel forces” in your own country. Take a hard stand for Native American rights, stand up for what’s right, here. Obama won the presidency twice, on a simple idea: “Change” – now show us what that change can look like. We’ve seen great strides in equal rights, now let’s see that across the board. Many people complain that Obama’s biggest failing is that he doesn’t talk to enough actual POC. POC are still at risk during simple traffic stops, more likely to be arrested, and this exposure of white supremacy that Obama has unearthed, has got many people more scared than before. You must address the real needs of the populations that are supporting you, and in this case you’ve got a huge following coming again from the POC community. And you must not trade lives abroad for financial support of your charity (as some have speculated). Which I realize is highly respected in the charity community and has literally helped millions and millions of people around the world. Read I also realize the charity has promised to not take foreign money if you are elected. We also have concerns about your ties to GMO and other dirty industries that you promise to reform. Though I understand these issues are never cut and dry. I realize you haven’t always been rich, and that you’ve used your insider knowledge and connections to get your family to a very wealthy level. Make sure you are never trading what’s right for what makes money. It will never turn out well. Also perhaps we don’t want to intervene in every war, though you will face criticism no matter which way you decide. For me, the fact that you have experience dealing with military situations is a good thing. It’s not like war is going to end or other countries will stop asking the USA for aid, just because Trump becomes president. (or Jill Stein for that matter)

I think this election has shown, despite what people may think, and despite what I may have thought at one point, we the people do have the power. You need to be accountable to us. If you are elected, you will be under an intense amount of scrutiny to deliver on your promises and to make moral and just decisions. Don’t let us down. But all of this isn’t just on you. There are many of us working towards the same goals as you. So if you are true to your promises, then the country, and the world will be in a lot better position.

No matter who you vote for, I think one thing we can all agree on, the elections during 2016 have been a painful experience. Reasons for this are many. For starters, we have so much on the line. Our environment, our civil liberties, our safety are all up for grabs. Social media has given everybody a soapbox that at minimum a few people will hear, but at maximum, can carry a message to millions as posts go viral on every side of the fence. With this power comes a great responsibility to us all. That responsibility is to exhaustively fact check everything you can before posting or sharing a news article. However not everyone has the time, ability, skill or interest to do this. I think what we loved about Bernie Sanders was his perceived transparency. I think what people trust the least about you, is your perceived inaccessibility. Because of the internet, we all have copious amounts of data available at our fingertips. We want to know the science behind your decisions, we want to know the why not just the what. Be transparent as much as you possibly can be, and listen to all sides of an issue and let us all weigh in. And bottomline, when there are mistakes made, because none of us are free from making mistakes, be accountable.

As someone who started out half heartedly supporting you (yes I had heard a few too many GOP propaganda scandals), I’ve now come around to not just supporting you, but excitedly so. The more I fact check and read about what you’ve accomplished, and what you’ve overcome, the more respect I have for you.

And lastly, and certainly not least, you will change the way that women grow up in this country. My mother’s generation thought they could only be nurses and teachers or housewives. My generation was taught we could reach higher, and you will show that women can get there, and not just be there, be leading the next wave of progress. As a woman who works in tech, and in the music industry, I’ve seen lesser qualified men gain favoritism with middle management simply for being men. They speak louder and get praise. We are told to not be emotional when we are passionate, told that the cards are stacked against us. I know having a woman president won’t topple the patriarchy. But it sure goes along way. My heart is overjoyed for all the little female identified children around the country who will grow up knowing they can be president of the United States! Together we are Stronger. And that means everyone on every side of party lines. The one thing we can’t let the government do, is divide us. We must unite our interests to create a better planet for humanity. The future of the world is literally at stake.

#imwithher

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IHeartSeattle2014 for C89.5FM mix

The latest mix for the IHeartSeattle show on C89.5FM the Electrobox is now available online! The mix aired last night for Valentines Day and features all locally produced Seattle and NW area EDM producers. Mixed by DJ Julia, you can stream and or download now at soundcloud.com/djjulia.

https://soundcloud.com/djjulia/dj-julia-iheartseattle-2014

Playlist:
1. “One Up (Drop of Fears)” – Pezzner feat. Amina
2. “Chosen of the Moon” – Fiendcraft
3. “Come to Love” – Futurewife
4. “Last Night in Utopia” – Pezzner
5. “In the Dark” – Osiris Indriya
6. “Closer” – SpaceShip Arcade
7. “Stallion” – Dexfa
8. “Rose” – Bassrock
9. “Pony Economy” – Mr Shave
10. “Unhappy Woman” – Dead Astronauts

Holy Ship! & Holy Ship!!

In January 2012 we ventured out on a ground breaking new party on the high seas called Holy Ship! The only way to describe it is by using an over used word; it was truly Epic. Three Days of cruising, and two stops on islands in the Bahamas, including a port town and a private Island. Showcased aboard the glamorous if not a bit gauche, MSC Poesia were some of the world’s leading producers in the “who’s who” of dance music. Definitely not the most underground names, but for certain, some top notch talent. Grammy winning in fact, if that is important to you. Articles released after the sailing on the Huffington Post, Mixmag, Rolling Stones, and many more well regarded publications, had something to say about it. Interestingly, this Maiden Voyage had rooms still available the day it sailed; I think people didn’t know what to make of it. After all, with a range of music from minimal techno and old school disco artists to bassline to electro to dubstep, what sort of crowd will this draw? One couldn’t help but wonder who we were all signing up to spend the next 3 days ocean bound together with. It was an absolute adventure like none other, complete with the perils of a minor ship wreck when a tug boat accidently lugged the large Italian vessel onto a sand bar. People kept a good attitude the entire time and spent the day adventuring on the islands, laying out in the sun, and other such tropical pursuits. A bit of sand was displaced but the boat was fine and the adventures continued. The second day included dancing in the Ocean and on the beach on a private island to the likes of Fat Boy Slim and others. As a dance music supporter and appreciator for decades, it was a vacation to remember. Being able to wander a huge ship from club to club with the only aim to enjoy music and friends (and of course a cocktail or two) is a nice little dip away from the demands of real life for just a moment. Warm island breezes on your skin with the moon shining up above in the center of the sky filling your eyes with light and quality music in your ears, and a nicely mixed cocktail in your hand, is a deserved break for any dancing enthusiast.


Everyone had such a blast, that when it was time to book for January’s 2013 cruise, it over 50% sold out to return cruisers and completely sold out in two days before even announcing the lineup. Talk about the power of word of mouth. So 2013 rolls around, time to set sail for Holy Ship!! not only are we riding the most bumping boat to ever sail the seas it’s also extremely hyped this time around. Definitely the second time through was a different experience from the first. It was quite enjoyable as well, but it was certainly different. Innocence lost for the ol’ Poesia, I saw some less savory behavior (if you are an offender you know who you are), but overall another a pleasurable danceathon with a few nice island moments and a whirlwind of celebrity DJ’s. Dancing under the stars in the middle of an inky black ocean in a wild pirate party seems fitting given the history of the area as the Bahamas as a popular hideout and destination for pirates of centuries prior. Many good musical moments of course, including the Fool’s Gold Rap party which featured a then relatively unknown Baauer as a surprise guest right before the Harlem Shake video craze ripped across youtube. The usual suspects who we love, such as A-Trak and Diplo also highlights of the voyage. As well as Gesaffelstein, Boys Noize and Kill the Noise ripping it up. I was a bit sad, Busy P didn’t show up as I as looking forward to his selection of choice french, electro and house cuts. We also enjoyed a late night set from Digitalism that tore up the floor a bit. Justice DJ’ed but I prefer them live. But hey, I was still on a cruise ship with Justice, why not?

What will 2014 hold? Well if you didn’t get a ticket already you will need to find someone who’s buddies bail on them and they have room in their cabin, because it sold out already in the prebook. Mostly to return shippers. This is an exciting phenomenon of a ride for the electronic music revelers I recommend experiencing it at least once if you enjoy dance music. I brought a small camera around and have a vacation like video from this time around for you to check out – mostly I’m recovering from working long hours and so dipping into a all night dance party like this was a bit of challenge and I was grateful for the inclusive coffee and snacks in the cafeteria that were perfectly adequate to fuel my dancing shoes (also a vodka redbull or three assists as well).

Enjoy the video below as I narrate through our little voyage.

You can also play find Julia as I’m in both of the official videos for a few frames.

Holy Ship! Official Video

Holy Ship!! Official Video

^hint this one is really hard, I’m in orange sunglasses and waving from a ferry

The power of Dance

It is interesting to observe media as electronic dance music becomes more and more accepted into the mainstream. There is a certain unified mentality that lies behind dance music that I believe has the power to unite the world. First of all, Dance in itself is a beautiful thing. It’s a pure form of human expression, using only the body and expression to communicate thought, feeling and emotion. Music and Dance itself is something that all cultures share. From the most tribal to the most modernized. Dance has been integral throughout human existance to the fabric of all of the world.

Not everybody dances, nor turns to it for expression. But alot of people also enjoy music. It helps us get through the day or night, sets a back drop to our outings rather it be a restaurant, shop, cafe, bar, party and of course, dance club. It encompasses all decades and eras, and helps us to feel vibration in ways never possible otherwise. One can take in a movie, symphony, opera or burningman -music will be there in full effect. Even the other main essential of modern day societal form of escapism; film, television, and video games are completely reliant on music as it’s backbone, and sound itself, to elaborate their message.

Music videos are ways that we set visual elements to music. Often music videos resort to formulas, and certain elements to please us. Sadly, even music television stations don’t air music videos in their prime time slots anymore. It seems current times have become more fascinated with the culture that springs up around these music fueled subdivisions of the culture of music, rather than the music itself. This lends itself to another topic another time.

However for now, I’d like to share some fun dance music videos that really have stood out to me over the past couple years.

In the sake of not spending months on this article, (or days even) I’m going to throw a few in here. Comment if you think of any others. I would absolutely love to see what is exciting you.

I tried to include videos with HD options wherever possible. Please allow the videos to load on the page, it may take 30 seconds or so.

I’m going to start by rewinding a bit. This live recording from 1978 caught my attention lately. Here is a beautiful time in dance music. I can only hope that people I care about, and/or are important to the world, are going to a better place, or are at peace or whatever they believe/manifest, when they die. So let this first track stand in tribute to the people that have touched my life, that have passed on lately.

If you haven’t seen this song performed live yet, I recommend it it’s special.
Donna Summers “I Feel Love” Live 1978

Ok so really it’s hard to follow an original like that but let’s move into some modern electronic dance music. I will often find myself gravitating to tons of different types of dance/electronic music as there are so many sub genres and sorts of thoughts around all the sub genres, so for this particular article, I’m going to stick to more polished bits of radio friendly goodness that also incorporate really cool feats of human performance. Whether it be dancing, stunts, or cool animation, here a couple more current dance tracks with fun videos.

Roller Skate and Skateboard action! DJ Fresh “Louder”

This number from Hospital Records artist, Camo and Krooked features stunt motorcycle riders ! “Watch it Burn”

Some tricky stunt driving and some edgy issues.
Mia “Bad Girls”

J Majik & Wickaman using the beauty of dance to express their recent song.
“In Pieces”

Another, RIP. DJ Mehdi was a dope producer, and this Thomas Bangalter edit (one of the members of Dafk Punk) is a song that really symbolizes this genre in my opinion. The video is tricked out cars and audio systems competing for decibels in France.
DJ Mehdi “Signature” (Thomas Bangalter Edit)

A cool use of Anime for Nero’s song of lost innocence.
“Innocence”

Nice 3d work on this video for Camo and Krooked “All Fall Down”. I’m coming to find you now.

Absolut Vodka put together a music video of sorts for this advertisement for one of their vodkas. Cool costumes, classic cars, robotic dogs and
decent makeup.

Iceland’s Steed Lord creates a surreal journey to her mournful song “Bed of Needles” by combining interesting costuming, exciting makeup, and video effects for what appears to be a relatively low budget to the song above.

I’ll finish up for now with this interactive video, that I recently shared on Facebook. I find the concepts it uses interesting from a technical standpoint. And it’s certainly a banging track by Sub Focus. You can’t embed the interactive version as far as I can tell, but if you want to check out the interactive video take a look at: http://www.subfocus.com/outtheblue/
“Out of the Blue”
Here is the none interactive version:

Reworking the System

**this entry is written with the hope that submissions and/or corrections will be posted by the readers – I’m looking to get facts from every angle on this matter.**

Lately there has been something of interest happening in the United States. We have underway, dare I say, a revolution of sorts. However, as far as I can tell, the only violence has been from the police force against peaceful protesters. This is a beautiful thing, because, the only way this revolution will experience a positive outcome, is through non-violence. But as an active citizen, I’d like to take some time to identify some key issues that I think should be dealt with. While I lack the time to research the means in which to achieve these goals, I hope to shine some light on the outlines of some ways I think we can rework the network that is already in place, while creating a better future. Now I have to say that I’ve spent several months on this article, and this has now become a worldwide movement. And there has been one instance of violence that I heard about, and that was in Rome. Apparently the non-violent movement, was used as a platform to create violence. Fortunately or unfortunately, depending on your perspective, violence is not going to solve this battle of unification of systems on a world level to, A: Save our world, and B: Create a better future. Why? Because history has shown, that war and violence has only led to death and destruction.

Short-term Goals:
Trim the fat. Why is it that there is little to no regulations in place that control the way our money is used when we entrust it to banks? Why is it that CEO’s of banks that took billions of dollars of our money in bailouts make upwards of 400 million dollars a year? What are these people even doing to make this world a better place to live? Nothing. In fact, they are responsible for destroying the global economy yet they go unpunished!? In fact they get appointed to government positions! The EU has implemented regulations that restrict the amount of bonuses that are given to banking establishment employees that give out high risk loans and other such impractical and criminal behavior, yet the US can’t seem to get it together? What is going on? Have we really turned our backs on one another so much because of greed and money that we can’t seem to sort anything out? The short-sightedness of a select few is going to end up costing us our solidarity as a country (and already has), our stability as a world economy, and since it’s all one world for the most part these days, our future Global Economies, and eventually our planet. Things need to change. Big Time. That’s what the Occupy Movement is about. Demanding change. It obviously isn’t going to come easily. This is something that every individual needs to do their best to start gathering the facts about, and doing their part to help instigate this change. We can only be responsible for ourselves, therefore, now is the time, for us, to start acting as responsible global citizens. Empower yourself!

As individuals, we all have things that we enjoy, that we are good at, and that we can contribute to one another in a way that will continue our infrastructures in positive ways. These infrastructures will organically be redefined in a peaceful way, to positively benefit everyone if every individual is doing a job in which they don’t hate, and in fact derive some sort of pleasure from. There is enough people on the planet, to assure that every job is achieved. The most hated jobs that nobody wants to do should be replaced with mechanisms. Work smarter not harder. We have technology in place to create mechanisms that can do the most menial tasks. However with innovation, comes the inherent risks of “change”. The loss of unskilled, entry level work, is always a risk. Also, let’s face it, not all people wish to acquire skills and occupy themselves this way; not everyone wants to work. The only possible solution would be if as a collective species, we say, “I’m ready to take charge, be unafraid of progress, and tune in.” Dropping out got us no where fast, it’s time to take up the arms and time for reform! Everyday you have to work, so that you can work to improve things for yourself and your world, every day. Everybody wants something for nothing. What if all of us, always gave our Everything? A New Future like nothing mankind has ever seen.

A arguing viewpoint could be, as humans I think we have a constant fear of being overturned by our own inventions. I know, as a blogger, and someone who works in the creative field on computers, I’m constantly on a computer. This for me can be sad, as it is also very isolating from other humans. However I am also connected to people all over the world because of technology. What if, there were robots to gather the trash, and clean up the muck? I wouldn’t mind that. I also wouldn’t want some evil corporation building this for me. I’d want a responsible corporation, who is an active global citizen. Corporations aren’t people themselves, but they are filled with people. I’m not exactly anti-corporation, however I’m anti-greed. I think the term “corporation” needs to be redefined in a productive way. This word is outdated for “companies/collaborations/collections” of the future. I’d want these “corporations” to build me “nice robots”, so to speak. I think key companies that, overall, have shown to be responsible in this way, should be identified, and supported, while also being subject to the same, new regulatory standards that will be in place.

So far, as a movement, our first target, has been banks. This is clearly referenced above as to why this needs to happen. If anything, the way these jobs are regulated, needs reform. Come On guys. Let’s get this budget sorted fairly and properly. Stop playing games with power. Let’s identify key services that need to happen to ensure a better future. First of all, let’s reflect on the mistakes of about 150 years ago. What if, early inventors, were empowered to explore the electric engine? We, as humans, easily get drawn to quick solutions such as fossil fuel. Liquid Death. Let’s not dig up the past, though. Let’s move forward and concentrate our extra expenditures onto alternative solutions. Let’s see cleaner air and water in our lifetimes!. Let’s see the Rain Forest start to grow back!! Why not? If there was a collective shift to push these efforts, as a whole, we could accomplish this easily. And achieve the bottom line at the same time!

As humans, we come from the Earth, also from Space, as all elements do. We are all connected in this really intricate and fascinating way. Let’s focus on this and let Science, Love, and Health prevail. And yet a good time will be had by all.
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Draft draft

This paper that was drawn up is symbol to a notion of TRUE FREEDOM. By getting what the old timers have on paper, changed to fit current times, we have true change – for now. Eventually we can create our own new systems but first the people have to Talk and up-rise, in a peaceful way that doesn’t repeat FAILed systems of the past. Take over from the inside and create real change? Or what, tear down all the architecture again and start over? Kill one another? No.

You spin me right round..

Two new DJ mixes in the “music” section ! HAI!

LISTEN and DOWNLOAD

DJ JULIA SET FOR C-89.5FM THE ELECTROBOX SHOW 08/26/11
dj julia C89.5FM Electrobox Show 8/26/11 by dj julia
playlist:
Barletta – “Set it Off”
Hirshee – “For You” (Dirty Freek remix)
Barletta – “I’ll Be There”
Jeff Daniels – “Blue Magic” (Hirshee’s Organ Mix)
Syl Johnson – “I’m Talking about Freedom” (Uppermost remix)
Bingo Players – “Cry” (Just a Little) (Kids at the Bar remix)
Afrojack Ft. Eva Simons – “Take Control” (Barletta remix)
B.o.B – “Beast Mode” (DJ Kue remix)
Frankmusik – “Do It In The AM ft. Far East Movement” (Kids At The Bar & Kroyclub Remix)
Barletta – “Come Down”
Snoop Dawg – “Sexual Seduction” (Skrillex remix)

MONSTAR MIX FROM PLAYGROUND FESTIVAL LA 09/11
MonStar-*Live set* by MonStar