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Ben Raskin
Saturday, 10 December 2016 / Published in BenZone
See that dot to the upper left? Once that was a thriving planet with a society of beings that didn’t seem to understand the Prime Universal Law – Don’t shit in your own backyard. Go Back
Ben Raskin
Friday, 09 December 2016 / Published in BenZone
Once all immigrants, both legal and illegal were deported by the ever whiter trumpkins, the only source of labor was automatons and privatized prisons. Here you see a specially trained teacherbot giving a lesson in mass consumption. Go Back
Ben Raskin
Friday, 23 September 2016 / Published in BenZone
An afternoon under clouds Go Back
Ben Raskin
Wednesday, 27 July 2016 / Published in BenZone
Betty and Koko take a stroll with friends through the canyons of their minds as the essential molecular structure of their very being is shorn from reality and strewn across multiple simultaneous parallel gateways to universes unknown to the mind of man as nuclear, biological and metaphysical warfare overtakes their animated basis in surreality long
Ben Raskin
Saturday, 09 July 2016 / Published in BenZone
An short tune inspired by the Wondrous Whizzo Go Back
Ben Raskin
Sunday, 26 June 2016 / Published in BenZone
Sounds like this… Go Back
Ben Raskin
Thursday, 24 December 2015 / Published in BenZone
Incredulous at the thought that further conversation could provoke even more convoluted twists of perspective with ever broadening insights into varying point of view leading to reassessment of preconceived notions currently applied but no longer appropriate given the ongoing development of A frame of reference. I didn’t know whether to continue participation or to close
Ben Raskin
Tuesday, 15 June 2010 / Published in BenZone
Topping the hill, gaze shifts to oblique, scanning the vista before me as I sink towards its bosom. The City. Viewed from atop the high side of the slide to north riverfront, flowing to the source. It was here, just upon the opposite shore that the Town of Kansas first put root to dockside and