Upon receiving my Masters degree in Music from Connecticut's Hartt School of Music, I took a job at a local Friendly's serving ice cream, where I perfected the disgruntled, comatose look, as seen in the photo at left. As a first-time participant in the American economy by way of fast-food, I noted the vileness and squalor into which our country was plummeting.
Now, as an SA commentator, I look forward to multiplying my earnings, once I get some, and settling down as a prime member of society, living out my remaining years in the luxury every red-blooded American deserves.
I currently live in a barn with my saxophones, watching America decline around me.
Bruce E. Woych :CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGIST; (theoretical orienttion for theories of consciousness; medical anthropology and cultural ecology; specialization in cross cultural studies, state formation and the History of ideas; theories of Culture) FROM THE GRADUATE FACULTY OF THE NEW SCHOOL IN THE 1980s worked as PhD research assistant for the department . Taught 5 years at 12th st, New School and left city life in or about 1990 to raise my family upstate New York. Currently doing independent research on contemporary issues. My essential views on the American and Global economic paradigm can be deduced from the following study articles:
POLEMICAL ECONOMICS & THE HISTORY OF IDEAS (NEW SCHOOL)