A few days ago, I had an acute allergic reaction to either something I ate, or something blowing in the back window of our house. Many of you all remember, … Continue reading This Is Living With COVID
Welcome to the third part of my 5 Part Series: The Infection Was Initially Mild: My Small Town City Council Run, the Toxic American Pandemic Response, and What Both Mean … Continue reading Part 3: The Subterranean Termites Come To the Service
Welcome to the first part of my 5 Part Series: The Infection Was Initially Mild: My Small Town City Council Run, the Toxic American Pandemic Response, and What Both Mean … Continue reading Remember That Time I Ran For City Council?
I’ve been hesitating on posting on the blog until I have my straight-to-blog book about running for city council last year ready to hit the publish button. But this topic … Continue reading Why Everyone Should Still Be Wearing Masks
The global pandemic we currently find ourselves in is, without a doubt, not a war. It is not. Analogizing it to one is both incorrect, and irresponsible. Let’s walk through … Continue reading Stop Calling This A War
Unfortunately – and I say that not really meaning what I’m saying – I might lose some followers after this post. It’s not really unfortunate. It’s good. It’s fucking great. … Continue reading Let’s Clear The Air On This Whole Don Trump Thing
HA! Okay, first: I don’t hate gays. I love the gays. I love the straights too. I am a straight, I have a bagillion gay and lesbian friends. An old … Continue reading I Hate Gays Because FREE SPEECH; or, Why We Should All Get Over The Duck Dynasty Fad Already
This afternoon I was cleaning up the various clutter that has taken over my house when I got a message from my friend Raynor. We had just gotten home from … Continue reading What Is Wrong With You People?
That’s right: this lady doesn’t give a fuck. Let’s cut to the chase: Mitt Romney I read this morning that Mitt Romney said he didn’t know if the voters always … Continue reading What do Mitt Romney, President Obama, the fact that you voted, and my neighbor’s teenage son all have in common?