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
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
This is a personal update, and has a major trigger warning: a lot of heavy shit, massive complaining, and hard knocks situations. But, it’s time to stop being stoic, and … Continue reading Things Are Getting Pretty Grim Around Here
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
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
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?
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
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
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
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
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.
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