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Washington Post, I am disappointed in you. This morning I was perusing photos of yesterday’s march on the WaPo site. One of the semi-annoying features of such a slideshow is that every six or eight screens is an ad for … Continue reading
Scattered thought and occurrences. (Apropos of this post title) We liberals are gonna feel pretty damned silly when we realize that the only people with guns are the while supremicists. I was almost a part of history, but my schedule … Continue reading
I am a bit torn about the blog today, and probably for a few more days. Do I write about what is in my head and heart and in yours, too? Or do I resume knit blogging as though life … Continue reading
From a Facebook post by a long-time internet friend: Most of us wanted change, but we had entirely different understandings of what needed to be changed, and how it should be changed. And I’m wondering what kind of change we … Continue reading
“Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch.” — Benjamin Franklin Be the eagle.