#LondonderryNH Exposed, Episode 7, Part 2 (“Where Was Steven During the Day?”)

Steven chronicles his depressive teenage years when he started his journey outside the school district. In the mid 1990s, the NH Route 101 was expanding it’s highway, and Steven would ride by the ol Castles of Brentwood, filled of shops. Like Route 66 out west, these stores closed, and by the end of 2001, Seacoast Learning Collaborative (SLC) had completely taken over of all of the vacant leased spaces  of the said location that was also owned by the New England Dragway. Steven exposes the “propherial school” system of New Hampshire Special Education and how it felt more like an inmate facility than a place to straighten students up.

#LondonderryNH Exposed, Episode 7, Part 1 (“Where Was Steven During the Day?”)

Steven chronicles his depressive teenage years when he started his journey outside the school district. In the mid 1990s, the NH Route 101 was expanding it’s highway, and Steven would ride by the ol Castles of Brentwood, filled of shops. Like Route 66 out west, these stores closed, and by the end of 2001, Seacoast Learning Collaborative (SLC) had completely taken over of all of the vacant leased spaces  of the said  location that was also owned by the New England Dragway. Steven exposes the “propherial school” system of New Hampshire Special Education and how it felt more like an inmate facility than a place to straighten students up.

#LondonderryNH Exposed, Episode 2

Steven Sounds Off to Millenials from Londonderry, NH; felt exploited, used, taken advantage of with the alleged “mainstreaming” of special education students with typical learners in the early 1990s. Did it work for the Rigid State? Not for me! Also: did his “friends” on Facebook take advantage by connecting to him via livestreams? It makes you think!

#LondonderryNH Destroyed

A current project of destroying all of my sentimental effects from growing up in one of the largest suburban towns of my state is in the process. Nearly 3 hours of video has been captured and several gigabytes of raw video was ingested recently to make a cut of likely a 20 minute piece to be uploaded.

Where I live, my family lives is a tight neighborhood and a bonfire would not been suitable safety wise. I decided to destroy it with a shredder. With this, I can take the so called “ashes” back to where it belongs. On the other side of the Merrimack! 

This has been extremely difficult to do. I had kept virtually almost all known school documents, school work and most importantly art work, because I had been an artist since LEEP and at then Londonderry Junior High School.

These are peoplePeople I once “knew”. People I once thought I had a “connection” to to only find out years later it was all a fluke. A fully conincous  “dream” masquerading as an alternative reality. 

The raw video can be seen on Facebook, since my Livestream box decided to die on the day I initially decided to go live. My iPhone isn’t reliable in 50° weather.