About Me

MeI take it you want to know something about me.  Well, we could start with who I am and what I represent.  Here we go.  I am a left-handed, right-footed, creative, funny, intelligent, compassionate, insightful, anti-establishment, and intuitive brain cancer survivor who is trying in his best to capture the essence of comedy and humor to explain and live through life events and understanding the true nature of comedy as well as understanding why we’re hare.  I guess you could say I’m all-ecompassing, but I tend to look at the brighter side, the lighter side, the funnier side.  But if you don’t do that sometimes, you’re doomed to become completely insane.  You might as well pack your things for the mental hospital now.  I love to write.  It’s one of my passions.   That and making people laugh.  My sole purpose is to make people laugh and to also enjoy a few laughs myself.  The vehicles through which I undertake this mission are:  this blog, doing stand-up comedy, some very bad artwork, and using conversation and improvisations to completely take people off guard when I talk to them.  Humor is the spice of life and you can never have enough of it.  It’s also the best medicine, one that you can’t overdose on, so don’t be afraid to have a sense of humor in life.  It won’t come back to haunt you.  Genius comes in many forms and I’m hoping my genius is at work right now.  I’m really glad that people are reading this site and I’ve gotten some encouraging feedback, so I’m going to keep working until I can’t work any more.  I’m using my right to free speech and loving it.  Thank you all.

Update: I’ve now devoted my blog to nature, society, civilization, and pathology of the last two.  I examine how nature is now “out there” and we are trapped in the prison of civilization/society.  My goal is now to find a way to living like nature-based peoples again, only with the knowledge of what civilization did to us and the planet.  You could call what I write about now anarcho-primitivism, but I’m sick of needless labels.  It’s just the natural way of life.  I talk about how us enriching the Earth in a way that it can’t do for itself is the only reason that justifies us being here.  I know that people will be taken aback by my current shift in thinking and of the posts I have on this site.  I understand that it may not be your cup of tea.  We are all evolving and our interests change.  If I were to go along talking about mundane topics like goal achievement and waking up early, I’m sure you all would keep reading the pacifying and drug-like feel good mantra crap.  It’s not good for you.  Sure, it may be good for you to rise up the corporate ladder or start your own blog, but for the whole of the world, the former is not good for you.  I’m not trying to start a revolution because it would take many more people than are even capable of understanding what I write about.  Refer your friends over to my site.  We all need to change civilization to becoming part of the Leaver culture, not the Taker culture.  We need to do it, or we’ll go extinct.  And we’ll take half of the world and species or more with us.   Keep reading.  Lots more to come.

P.S.  I have nothing else to say.  Just thought I’d keep you reading, even though I’m not really saying anything.  Boy, this is awkward, maybe I should have left on that high note up there.  Well, life doesn’t always end on a high note.  I’m not a big fan of postscript anyway.  It’s always after the fact.

I’d like to add a quote I think is both true and funny in its own way:

Zen is basically sitting around doing nothing. And it feels good. — Andrew Brunelle

I basically feel that it is something we can all relate to in some way. Here is another one I like, from the movie Office Space:

I did nothing and it was everything I thought it could be.

And if you want to see a Youtube video of me doing stand-up, here it is: Andrew Brunelle at Comix in NY.

4 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Hi, my name is Andrw Brunelle and I am a very comedic type of person. Sure, it isn’t the lifestyle many people choose, but for me, it’s a definite. Right now I’m living in sunny Myrtle Beach, SC. I’m enjoying the waves and all that stuff. It’s quite a nice area. I’m originally from RI, a very small and almost non-eixstent state. Very crowded up there, but it’s still where I was raised for eighteen years of my life. I encourage comments on this blog. I really want more comments, so don’t be afraid to post. I encourage anything that has to do with making myself better and all that jazz.

  2. I saw tonight in the observatory, through Alvan Clark’s telescope, the Dumb-Bell nebula in the Fox and Geese Constellation… I have rarely been so much gratified… Of all tools, an observatory is the most sublime… What is so good in a college as an observatory? The sublime attaches to the door and to the first stair as you ascend; – that this is the road to the stars. Every fixture and instrument in the building, every nail and pin, has a direct reference to the Milky Way, the fixed stars, and the nebulae, and we leave … the Americas and history at the door when we come in.

  3. Hi Andrew,

    I hope all is well with you. I have read a lot of your stuff and would like to strongly recommend something called The Sedona Method. You can find the book at any bookstore of the same title written by Hale Dwoskin. You can also find audio courses on line (via torrents). Find the basic course first, you need to start at the beginning. It is truly a life-changing course that has given me tons of insight into myself and life in general. It has given me a feeling of inner peace that has actually taken some tiime to get used to. It’s kind of wierd that we need to get used to feeling really good inside. It’s really easy to do but has far-reaching effects. I hope that you will give it a shot. It’s really good.

    Love,

    Dad

    P.S. I miss you and wish you well.

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