The lighter side of Chicken Little

Recently I was reminded that it isn’t always the best way to get your message across by shrilly screeching that the sky is falling. I can lay it on pretty thick at times (heh, heh)…. And I tend to exaggerate to make points (Oops!)…. And I tend to shoot first and ask questions later(Oops!!!!!)…. Well, at least I know something hit me on the head. Now I just need to figure out what it was and see if I’m still bleeding….

On a lighter note, George Carlin stopped by to demonstrate the proper way of taking the establishment to task:

About Carter Gillies

I am an active potter and sometime pottery instructor who is fascinated by the philosophical side of making pots, teaching these skills, and issues of the artistic life in general. I seem to have a lot to say on this blog, but I don't insist that I'm right. I'm always trying to figure stuff out, and part of that involves admitting that I am almost always wrong in important ways. If you are up for it, please help me out by steering my thoughts in new and interesting directions. I always appreciate the challenge of learning what other people think.
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6 Responses to The lighter side of Chicken Little

  1. Steven says:

    i grew up on Carlin.
    he’s a god too – not quite real 😉

  2. tracey says:

    So sad, this is so true……. we need a revolution!!!

  3. Scott Cooper says:

    Holy shit, Carter! That’s a LIGHTER note?!

  4. kyle says:

    WORD. I think George and I were sipping the same coffee recently…
    I wrote a response on my last post in the comments section to you and a couple others….I got a lot of response via email and fb regarding that post…seems there is a lot of people feeling the same…anyways, whats a blog for if not to rant about things once in a while. Thanks for tuning in…
    I always enjoy yours…

  5. talk about speaking the truth. i miss george…

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