Landlords Are Literal Scum

Of course the irony of me calling landlords “literal scum,” is that many of them actually view renters in the same vein. And, in both cases, there are likely a … Continue reading Landlords Are Literal Scum

The Newsletter: Issue #11

Don’t you love how every time I say I’m going to try to get back into writing the newsletter every week, and then I – like – say I’m going … Continue reading The Newsletter: Issue #11

Please Stop Making Roe About You

Unless you live under a rock, you know that Roe and Casey are about to be overturned. If you do live under a rock, my apologies. Last night, a leak … Continue reading Please Stop Making Roe About You

Personal Responsibility Is Not Public Health

What kind of a shit show is going on over there at the White House, anyway? The new approach of people taking individualistic, personal responsibility, for whether or not they … Continue reading Personal Responsibility Is Not Public Health

What If COVID Is The Beginning of the End?

Of course my big disclaimer here is that I am not a doctor and have no science degree. But, I do believe heartily in climate change, and I would wager … Continue reading What If COVID Is The Beginning of the End?

The Newsletter: Issue #10

So much is going on in the world, and in my world: it’s a little bit of a whirl wind. I’ve been trying to post more in general, keep up … Continue reading The Newsletter: Issue #10

Guess Who’s Back Again, Back Again

No, no, friends. It’s not Eminem this time. It’s Hello Kitty Toaster. Those of you that have been around for a while (and I mean a while) know that I … Continue reading Guess Who’s Back Again, Back Again

This Mask Shit Is Ableist AF

Do I need to say more than that? Yesterday, some Trumpkin in a judge’s robe gave the death blow to the CDC’s mask mandate for public transit. This includes planes, … Continue reading This Mask Shit Is Ableist AF

The Newsletter: Issue #9

Welp folks, I’m 40. Fuck everything. I can say in all honesty that I never in a million years expected to live this long. I’m not sure why. I feel … Continue reading The Newsletter: Issue #9

I turn 40 next month. I’m not dealing with it well.

All of my childhood friends, as well as acquaintances from high school that have connected with me on social media I can assume for only a possible opportunity to one … Continue reading I turn 40 next month. I’m not dealing with it well.

Unhoused

I remember it like it was yesterday. My kids were at a tennis clinic at one of the local clubs. They had played there for years; and while we never … Continue reading Unhoused