Yourself and The Air

Yourself and The Air

The year was twenty zero six and the world was warming. The financial markets were green, growing and flush with opportunity. America's sociopolitical equator was quivering, preparing for a shift, for the right vibration to set the line askew. Syd Barret had died a lonely recluse; Steve Irwin was killed in a freak sting ray accident, the crowned prince of the free-market, Milton Friedman, expired way past due and on Christmas morning; instead of a present we found the hardest working man in show business unresponsive under the tree. A thick urgency... more