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Burnout. How Long Does It Take?

Does anyone out there associate burnout with youth? Especially in the second decade of life? We have numerous names on these lists. And the lists are long. But has anyone ever thought about the process of burnout without having experienced it? What if we looked at a broader group of artists, since musicians are easily […]

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Fried Brains For Breakfast. OOPS!

Also know as … ECT OOPS. WRONG YEAR!

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Deciphering My Notes – Badly

I came upon this page in my sketch book. Originally it just had the column of words on the right, and some odd equations on the upper, left-hand corner. I attempted to understand my notes through extrapolation. However, I am no closer to making sense of them now, as I was before my experiment.