"R.M. Soccolich is known by his friends and colleagues as the Accumulation Machine for his obsession with collecting diverse articles and publications of knowledge from varieties of radically different schools of thought. Robert Michael Soccolich began writing at the age of nine, focusing his early material on the abusive treatment he witnessed at parochial school. With age, he observed a seemingly never-ending hypocrisy relentlessly occurring from philosophy to procedure in society. Mr. Soccolich focused all his study on this peculiar human hypocrisy and in the context of his examinations he slowly began to create a personal credo to help liberate his own mind from this age-old human menace.
We welcome you to enter his surreal, visionary and sometimes (wholly) absurd landscape of human survival. If your eyes don't melt and your skin doesn't harden to stone, you may just emerge a slightly 'transformed' human being. And how bad can that be?
Very high on the longevity agenda is thinking creatively about who and what we are in the way Soccolich has done in The 100 Steps Necessary for Survival on the Earth."
-Dan Georgakas, author of "THE METHUSELAH FACTOR" (Learning from the World's Longest Living People)
"...invites the reader to explore a uniquely combined set of contemporary verses written with refreshingly amusing suggestions that can become alternatives to our own philosophies.
- William Egyir, Amsterdam News