XLVII Days

I know everything is not about me, but this is my blog, so it kind of is. With everything happening to me as of late: hurricanes, fires, pandemics, earthquakes, sharknados, I have but one regret. I’m disappointed in myself because I’ve been writing so sporadically. My excuse is that I struggle with anxiety; lately, it's … Continue reading XLVII Days

DNC Night One, 2020

Good Tuesday Morning! Who watched night one of the Democratic National Convention? I watched it last night, and I’ll share my short list of notes. My first note was— "Eva Longoria?" I was going to voice my confusion at the presence of Eva Longoria as a host of the Democratic National Convention, she did a … Continue reading DNC Night One, 2020

“Unintended Consequences,” but Targeted

Central casting couldn’t have found a group of more villainous clichés than Trump’s cabinet appointees. This is not breaking news, but I mention it because this pattern of behavior by Orange Foolius shows an intent to harm the US in any capacity available to him. His cabinet appointees are friends and donors whose financial interests … Continue reading “Unintended Consequences,” but Targeted

Thank Me for My Patience

I am not going to complain today, despite news that Kanye and Jared Kushner speak daily. I won't complain—today, despite Dollhand's admission that he’s sabotaging the US postal service to keep people from voting by mail, and in the process endangering the lives and sustenance of many people whose prescription drugs and Social Security checks … Continue reading Thank Me for My Patience

News Blues

I am among a growing number of people who don’t have television service. The internet keeps me apprised of daily news, and I believe I’m more informed now than I was when I depended on television because I have more sources of information. The reason I don’t have television service because I have to prioritize … Continue reading News Blues

🎼 How many times must Barr perjure himself before we can call him”inmate?”

Attorney General Bill Barr was scheduled to appear before the House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday morning at 9 am et. The hearing didn't start at 9 am, because although traffic in the DC area was at 25% the Chairman of the Committee, Jerry Nadler was in a car accident. He was unharmed, and the hearing … Continue reading 🎼 How many times must Barr perjure himself before we can call him”inmate?”