Revisiting Our Most Visited Post from 2017: “Communication Breakdown Over the Decades or Have You Become an ‘Ex’ via Text?” By Gavin Lakin – Post #9 (April 21, 2017)

Note: Annually and in in retrospect, I will feature a post from the previous year that soared above and struck a special chord in readers and online publishers. Communication with all of its joys and bewilderment is at the heart of American society's fork in the road: Do we allow technology to continue to dominate … Continue reading Revisiting Our Most Visited Post from 2017: “Communication Breakdown Over the Decades or Have You Become an ‘Ex’ via Text?” By Gavin Lakin – Post #9 (April 21, 2017)

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March Gladness: The Sweet 16; This Writer’s Bracketology of Humanity-Affirming Celebrations – Post 27 By Gavin Lakin

“It is the sweet, simple things of life which are the real ones after all.” -Laura Ingalls Wilder As we gather together today for the global March for Our Lives, in support of this youth-inspired mass action, seventiesology stands with a generation that clearly has had enough. As I began writing this piece strolling through … Continue reading March Gladness: The Sweet 16; This Writer’s Bracketology of Humanity-Affirming Celebrations – Post 27 By Gavin Lakin

Brenda Livens Up Her Day; Semi-Automatically – Post 26 By Gavin Lakin

When the framers of the Constitution guaranteed the right to bear arms, the arms were muskets – not a Bushmaster XM15-ES2 and a Glock 20SF, each able to render first-grade children into bloody pieces in a manner of seconds.

Patchouli & Birkenstock; No, Not “The Producers”: Fashion (Mis?)-Statements of the 1970s by Gavin Lakin – Post 25

  We were all guilty. That is, those of us who remember. Suffocated by the overwhelming scent of Patchouli oil, kicking back in our bell bottoms, fearlessly adorned with platform shoes, vinyl jumpsuits, sequined shirts, bushy sideburns, knee-high socks, XXL loop earrings, studded belts, Mohawk hairdos, or leisure suits over Texas-sized-collared shirts, we represented our … Continue reading Patchouli & Birkenstock; No, Not “The Producers”: Fashion (Mis?)-Statements of the 1970s by Gavin Lakin – Post 25

*** Memoir Mixtapes Vol. 2: Life in LP Released! ***

Happy New Year to all of you! 2018 promises to be a year where the written word and music from around the world bring us together unlike ever before. #EnoughIsEnough #WeAreBetterThanThis I have written my most personal and confessional piece ever entitled Undertow: A Valentine to My Father, published today. We have all suffered losses over … Continue reading *** Memoir Mixtapes Vol. 2: Life in LP Released! ***

*** ANOTHER PUBLISHED PIECE DUE TO BE RELEASED ON JANUARY 1st ***

Dear Loyal Followers, I have invoked an executive decision that during Decembers, the post will be addressing all for which I am thankful related to the year in authorship. Without further ado, in the inaugural year of seventiesology I am thankful for: 305 followers and counting. 1,502 bog hits and counting. My 239 followers on … Continue reading *** ANOTHER PUBLISHED PIECE DUE TO BE RELEASED ON JANUARY 1st ***

***SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT*** GAVIN’S LATEST PUBLISHED PIECE: COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN OVER THE DECADES OR . . . HAVE YOU BECOME AN “EX” VIA TEXT?

A section from "About" at Beautiful Losers Magazine: The Beautiful Losers Multi Art Group (BeLoMAG) is an independent collective – a group of artists who grew tired of the banality of the official art world itself, and wanted to jumpstart a revolution. Our goal is to find, nurture and promote up-and-coming artists who are rejected from the mainstream due … Continue reading ***SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT*** GAVIN’S LATEST PUBLISHED PIECE: COMMUNICATION BREAKDOWN OVER THE DECADES OR . . . HAVE YOU BECOME AN “EX” VIA TEXT?