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Amazing!

This is a person that gets paid to talk about politics and has no idea that the Supreme Court can reverse itself.

Return to Normalcy?

“The past few years have been brutal and full of chaos,” begins an article I recently read. The article was about making a grilled cheese sandwich. Ennui rules us. What laden and barren times we live in. I recognize the tribulations of the pandemic fear and the mongering that followed but that has consequences for … Continue reading

My Old Hands

I’m trying to see this from a different point of view. I’ve had my hands for forty-eight years. My father saw them before I did. Infants don’t know about their hands. They discover them at some point. They discover their feet and ears and given ten to twelve years they discover other things as well. … Continue reading

The Things You Stumble Upon

I like Gary Oldman. I think he’s among the better actors in part because he is often unrecognizable. He’s one of those rarities that is the role instead of the actor playing the role. I love him for that. Whether he’s Rosencrantz or Guildenstern or Commissioner Gordon or that guy yelling to send all of … Continue reading

Gasbags

Biden’s handlers are trying to tank the economy. I can see no other explanation. And, by the way, they are doing a hell of a job at it. Why, unless you wanted to damage the U.S., would you limit domestic energy production in favor of imports while importing enough so that we use the same … Continue reading

I’m a Bad Web Person

I’ve been a terrible host, neglecting my duties here as I galivant about the web trash spouting out about poetry, the Beatles, and Maus. I’ve linked to what I’ve been up to since my last post below. I’m having a great time with a Friday feature over at ordinary-times.com called POETS Day. That’s an anacronym … Continue reading

Cecil Hurt of The Tuscaloosa News

Today, in a moment of pique during the game, I may say something bad about Auburn, but I won’t mean it. The flowers and picture of Cecil Hurt in the press box was a nice gesture. Alabama fans appreciate it. I never met Hurt, but I was behind him in line to give condolences to … Continue reading

What if We Ignored Biden’s Vaccine Mandate?

On the surface the thing makes no sense. All employees working for a company that employs one hundred pr more people must be vaccinated or endure twice weekly testing for Wuhan. No explanation is given for why the magic number is one hundred. Apparently if you work with ninety-eight others you are fine but the … Continue reading

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