John Scott G

John Scott G

John Scott G, an admitted word nerd, writes books, plays, screenplays, and political commentary. Author of "Area Code 666," "Secret Sex," and "Ambient Deviant Speedmetal Polka," Mr. G also writes under the pseudonym Gerald Laurence. Every day he happily rubs a few phrases up against each other to create sparks in your brain. You're welcome.

5 Comments

  1. Sol
    Sep 21, 2010 @ 8:19 PM PDT

    This article is “copyleft” and “pubnoledge”, by your own definitions. Very misleading.

  2. Buddy Lee Rimar
    Sep 21, 2010 @ 11:49 PM PDT

    To decribe a songwriter, is better defined as ” Such is the life of a Struggling Musican”

  3. Paul
    Sep 22, 2010 @ 7:38 AM PDT

    Many of Bierce’s ideas hold true today, such as his definition of an idiot as “a member of a large and powerful tribe whose influence in human affairs has always been dominant and controlling.”
    The Current Federal Administration in Washington. We had on non-idiot (lower taxes and less Government self serving administration) to a group of idiots who is influencing every facet of our life, This is a great article that truly defines the elected officials.
    Now I don’t feel so bad in my use if this description.
    Thanks for the article.

  4. rock alien
    Oct 1, 2010 @ 11:07 PM PDT

    your use of the devils dictionary to push your one-sided view of copyleft, the eff, etc is more right wing than it is right. it’s too ironic that you use bierce’s quote about corporations when it’s you who is, by this kind of verbal deceit, playing right into big business’s hands. maybe if you spent more time studying how the record and publishing companies are hiding profits from actual songwriters and performers (and not their corporate exploiters) you might get a clue and something relevant to write.

  5. Rob
    Nov 5, 2010 @ 8:49 PM PDT

    Unfunny and unconvincing. I’m to be amused by you using the names of people with whom you disagree to define the ideas with which you disagree? Not.

    Publishing something this lame, you have little to fear from infringers.