Kelly Loeffler broke into politics, just months ago. She is a Republican from Georgia who was appointed by Governor Brian Kemp, (cheater) to fill a vacancy in the Senate. Having had no political experience, she previously served as CEO of Bakkt, a subsidiary of a commodity and financial service provider called Intercontinental Exchange. Loeffler is … Continue reading Senator Loeffler’s Quid Pro Quo
Today is 'No Politics Wednesday' on my imaginary calendar. What should we discuss? How about my self isolation project? I believe in turning every spare minute into an opportunity for self-improvement. When I drive, I practice my French with an audiobook, when I’m— hmm, that’s all I can think of. We are at a transitional … Continue reading My Home Isolation Project
Ventured out to the grocer, A day four weeks past; Always responsible, Muzzled in a face mask. ~ I saw no single soul With a face-covering. Which is meaningless; Because I couldn't see a thing. ~ This is an understatement: I was discomposed. While my glasses fogged up. Hell’s fire burned in my nose ~ … Continue reading Social Distancing March to April— a poem
I hope you are not among those suffering illness, and that you are merely among those in "lockdown” purgatory, like me. I have accomplished much since official isolation began yesterday at 3:00 PM. I have created a body dent on my sofa cushion.I have thought about doing my taxes.I've cleared unnecessary papers off my refrigerator … Continue reading How is Your Pandemic Going?
The fat lady is warming up with scales Watch today as our Constitution fails Supreme Court Justice John Roberts presides This half trial- which a stained jury decides ~ Add to Trump’s crimes felony bribery Campaign funds funneled to the GOP Elected officials bow to a traitor They’re paid off, each a political whore ~ … Continue reading But Barisma— a poem
I love language. Words fascinate me. They make me happy. My hobby is language. I’ve achieved varying levels of non-fluency and illiteracy in several languages. I like to break down words and sort their origins to Latin or Greek. I’m trying, and failing, to read Camus in French, and this is odd, but I have … Continue reading The Numbers in My Head