This site is under construction. I started on it 2007-Nov-22 and plan to finish when I finish! Well, honestly, it may never be finished, but at some point it will look better than it does now.
Many of the pictures and/or links will not work until I "massage" them. Be patient or go somewhere else to waste your time ;)

A Ken DeBusk Production! (act now, collect them all)

This site is (not) under construction; it's just intended to look unfinished for art's sake.  Art bugged out of this project after the first draft, though, so...


If you have good comments or suggestions, email me here.
If you have bad comments, remember what your mother taught you : "If you can't say something good, don't say anything."
Seriously, please send some comments my way!

 third i Eye am watching you! camera

                brother george

How long until Bush is gone?

It is finally here!

Thanks to for the countdown script! (This requires a Java-enabled browser.)

Site made using Mozilla Composer 1.5 and SeaMonkey 1.1.6 by Ken with initial help from my dear departed friend Brian. Rest in peace, my friend. My still very much alive friend Tom (who shows about 1/6 of his face, 1/3 of his glasses, and most of his left shoulder in the picture below) is also a guiding force in the structure of this group of pages. Thanks, Doc!
brian--rest in
                  peace, my friend

Thank you, Fran, for putting together that wonderful page about Brian full of memories of him. I met Brian through the Firesign Theatre chat group (every Thursday night at 9pm Eastern time) about ten years ago, and we became fast friends. We both loved their brand of humor, we shared political views, and we were both "geeks" of a sort. He taught me almost everything I know about Linux (but certainly not all HE knew), and we shared many hours together on the internet, on the telephone, and a few times, in person. He is missed by all he encountered in this life, and when he died in October of 2006, I know he tried to convince God to run Heaven's servers on Linux. At least partially in his memory, the audio clip you heard (if your browser is sound-enabled) when you opened this page is "Emergency Alert" from the Proctor and Bergman album (yes, I have the original 12" black vinyl disk in the cardboard sleeve!), "TV or Not TV", sometimes called "Channel 85" by those in the know. For more information on The Firesign Theatre, go to their website and click on any of their albums. "TV" is the second from the left in the separate row on the bottom. Email me (link above) if you want more information on them and I'll either tell you the truth about them or lie convincingly in their spirit ;)

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Last updated 2007-Dec-16 (as if anyone really cares except me).

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