Brian Kubicki has been writing columns for the Platte County Landmark for nearly two decades, bringing a healthy dose of common sense to many of the issues government thinks it is best equipped to lead mankind through.
In his daytime (and sometimes nighttime) hours, Brian serves the building design and construction community in developing the best ways to interpret the control of sound, noise and vibration in a quest to provide domiciles that allow mankind to get out of the elements. That's a fancy way of saying he is an acoustical consultant and has performed that function for nearly 30 years. You can learn more about that at his company's website, www.adkkc.com.
Brian holds a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Kansas State University and is a licensed professional engineer in the State of Kansas.
Writing for Ivan Foley and loyal subscribers to The Landmark newspaper evolved out of an experience Brian had penning an often irreverent sports-based column for the late, great Greg Hall (Sportswaves). When Greg ended that fun site's run, Ivan called, and Parallax Look was off the ground.
Parallax Look often takes unconventional views to a wide range of issues including: public education, local and national sports, climate change, Bette Midler's relevance, mankind's minimal real need for government, and why in world do people recycle their trash.
If you are blessed with the ability to focus on several things at once, Parallax Look will feel like a warm sauna. If it makes you think, mission accomplished.