J. Neil Schulman


Posts by J. Neil Schulman

Troll

February 20, 2017 - 4:26 am

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Good morning. It’s Monday morning, February 20, 2017, and this is J. Neil Schulman with commentary. Today the Internet Movie Data Base — IMDb — deleted all its discussion boards. These were message boards for starting topics and posting replies on movies, television, and individuals who were credited in movies and television. In 1999, seven [...]

Author’s 20th Anniversary Of His “Vulcan Mindmeld With God” Gives Away Two Free Kindle Books

February 18, 2017 - 4:22 am

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To celebrate the 20th anniversary of his 2/18/1997 “Vulcan Mindmeld with God” novelist/Twilight-Zone writer/filmmaker/actor/talk host J. Neil Schulman makes two of his Kindle books free for a few days. Las Vegas, NV-AZ (OPENPRESS) Today, February 18, 2017, is the 20th anniversary of author J. Neil Schulman’s eight-hour, noon to eight pm “Vulcan Mindmeld with God” [...]

Vamp Until Ready

February 16, 2017 - 2:32 am

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Special thanks to my daughter, Soleil, for convincing me to write this, and to my friend Brad Linaweaver for pointing out I needed a new ending. (Sorry, Brad, I couldn’t figure out where to put in your “Don’t take any silver nickels” line) — JNS Vamp Until Ready A short story by J. Neil Schulman [...]

Defending Discrimination & Deportation

February 13, 2017 - 11:45 pm

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“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” –Martin Luther King, Jr. In his most famous speech Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., spoke in favor of discrimination. What, [...]

Julius Schulman Violin Hero

January 16, 2017 - 2:55 am

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I became, first, a photographer, then a writer, then a filmmaker, because I did not learn to play the violin like my father, Julius Schulman. My father, simply and demonstrably, was one of the greatest violinists of the twentieth century, a century noted for master violinists such as Yehudi Menuhin, Efrem Zimbalist, Sr., Mischa Elman, [...]

The Crown

January 6, 2017 - 3:59 pm

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Standing in front of the Queen As an American, intimate at Court Her nation renders sovereign honors. I copy them and say to her, “First time.” “What was it like, for you?” I asked her. “Not the first time. I imagine that Must have been a thrill. But the third time Or the twentieth?” The [...]

Cult of the Individual

December 28, 2016 - 2:39 am

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This play was performed in a table reading at Samuel Edward Konkin III’s Agorist Institute in Long Beach, California, with Konkin reading Dan Conrad, J. Neil Schulman reading Joel Rosenbaum, Victor Koman reading Vincent Andrews, Bob Cohen reading Mark Levy, and J. Kent Hastings reading Peter Braun. CULT OF THE INDIVIDUAL A play in One [...]

Dealing With Your Alien

November 6, 2016 - 10:48 am

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Dealing With Your Alien By J. Neil Schulman, D.oC Dedication: To Be Figured Out Later Introduction The idea for this book came to me in a dream I had early this morning, November 6, 2016, the Sunday just before the presidential election between Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. Yes, [...]

The Real Presidential Election

October 15, 2016 - 3:31 am

Posted in Agorist Studies | 2 comments

My fellow Americans. No, wait. This is written also for the unAmerican. What happens at the polls on November 8, 2016 in the U.S. presidential election simply does not matter. It’s not unimportant because balloting itself will be tampered with, which is how the media spin it when Donald Trump says the election is rigged. [...]

Presidential Witch Hunt

October 12, 2016 - 8:12 pm

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The first life lesson I had in how a witch hunt works was when I was an elementary student at Center School in Natick, Massachusetts, 41 miles and less than an hour’s drive from Salem. But in my case it wasn’t 1693 but 1963. Our fifth-grade teacher, Miss Masterson, stepped out of the classroom for [...]