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Fall '06
Issue 39

Generation 911-Rewind Mental Evolution, Hard Core
by Asia Kindred Moore

Heavy Metal: They Don’t Still Put Mercury in Dental Fillings, Do They?
by Sandra Duffy

Israeli Terrorism — Cause and Effect-A Radical Jewish Perspective
by Marvin Ratner

Middle East Madness
by Paul Levy

Attack Iran?
by Geronimo Tagatac

Beyond Earth Day?
by Alex Steffen

Dreams, Visions
And the Gifts of Galadriel

by Darielle Richards

Brain Based Learning
Key to Student Happiness...& Success

by Tim Buckley

Green Party’s Candidate for Governor Talks Green Economics: Energy Independent Oregon
by Joe Keating

Fewer Than Jesus Had Apostles
by Derrick Jensen

Physicians’ Perspective: Domino Effect - New Barrier to Old Medicine
by Dr. Rick Bayer, MD

Ending the Medical Marijuana Gold Rush
by Stormy Ray

For-Profit/Non-Profit
A Comparison of Medical Marijuana Programs in California and Oregon

by Jerry Wade

Touch Junkie: On Blossoming, Trolling and Cultural Conditioning
by Heidi Beierle

Life Advice
from Catherine Ingram



“Scorpio”

The painting “Scorpio” features model Dax Savage holding Vrischika-asana (or the scorpion pose) over a vast, southern California landscape. The light bulb in the foreground reflects the intensity of his focus, and the singular essence of his ideas. Scorpio is the eighth sign of the Zodiac and is often associated with intensity and power. Individuals born under this sign are thought to have a complex, focused, and self-contained character but can also be prone to extremity and cruelty.

David Campbell Wilson was born a double scorpio on October 26, 1973. He began his formal art training in Philadelphia at the age of twelve, and received his BFA from Syracuse University in 1995, where he studied under reknown figurative painter Jerome Witkin. David spent five years living and painting in downtown Seattle. He is an accomplished fire performer and a member of the Burning Man Fire Conclave. His paintings have exhibited in Los Angeles, New York, Seattle, and Portland.

He currently lives and paints in downtown Los Angeles. His latest body of work is entitled ‘The Box Series’, and centers around a 91 painting installation entitled “The Queen of the Box”. More of his work can be viewed online at http://www.davidwilsonlives.com.

David spent five years living and painting in downtown Seattle.

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