The Gun, The Religion and The Driver

It’s Always Only a Few Who Ruin it for Everyone

I see the world as a set of vector arrows pointing at each other and at common places. These are cause and effect couplets and isolated events that don’t seem to have anything pointing at it to make it happen. Some of the vectors we see and others we don’t.

There are a lot of parallel arrows that point to different objects and by that parallel geometry creates a relationship between seemingly independent objects. Such is the conditions among the firearms debate, radical religious…

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Robert Carlson

Robert Carlson is a writer & photographer who has been active since the mid-1960s. His writing spans many genre & can be found in venues across the Internets.