"Eyes of the Night"
Yelp violates your 1st amendment rights by unfairly blocking your reviews. Of 68 reviews total only 34 are recommended and 34 are not recommended and do not effect the overall rating. 9 out of 68 are negative and 59 positive reviews. To put it in perspective, yelp blocks 50% of all reviews and blocks a much higher percentage of positive reviews than negative. They only recommend 46% of positive reviews while recommending 78% of the negative.
It is an unfair evaluation of my service and a violation of your first amendment rights! Yelp offered to manipulate my page and search results for just over $1000 per month which is a cost I am not willing to pay or pass down to you. Large companies can pay this price but little guys like me can not.
Consumers pay the ultimate price. The yelp system effectively puts small guys out of business because they can not weather negative reviews the way a large business can. Small businesses have fewer reviews so they count a lot more. Large businesses can and do pay Yelp to manipulate their pages.
As small businesses fail you are left with fewer options and higher prices. If you are a yelper you have done this to yourself, even when you leave positive reviews you are a part of a system that is designed to hurt you.
I am not against people reviewing businesses online, I am for people being able to voice their opinions and celebrate their first amendment rights. My yelp rating is not bad but I have 5 out of 5 stars on google and google maps because they do not block peoples voices in the way that yelp does.
Please avoid using yelp and enjoy some art and floydian punk by me. I recommend using headphones for the best listening experience. These recordings were made using just one microphone.
"Cave Dwellers" is the first in a 3-part series, "Prophecies of Blank." It expresses the possible outcome of our world continuing in its current direction without change. Nuclear and environmental destruction leaves a few lone survivors who will have to start all over and live as cave dwellers for many generations; all information, data, books, and religions are lost. Dark, I know, but we still can change our path.
Part 2 of 3, "Worship Mountain," is a painting of the future after humans have spent generations surviving in caves. All information is lost including books, the internet and organized religion. Continents break up as a result of fracking and nuclear blasts; volcanoes erupt. The mountains are seen as the giver and also the taker of life. We begin to worship them and build pyramids once again like our ancient ancestors did. Humanity is forced to live in the present or face extinction.
Part 3: In a future dominated by man's greatest mistake there is a remarkable beauty in the glaciers stained nuclear purple.
"4 Dimensional Sphere Partially Unfolded"