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The power is going off again in a few minutes in the ’hood because a new cell phone tower is being installed, you know, for our convenience. Jammed a few things in queue. Be good and don’t burn down the … Continue reading
It’s not alive here… The power is due to be shut off for building maintenance in about 30 minutes. Not sure when it will actually be back. I’m rushing through stories that I think will be significant and putting them … Continue reading
I’ve had this tweet open in a tab for a couple of days, the video is really good, and I think we need to discuss because there is a legit BOTH SIDES here: The elders let these young “progressives” know … Continue reading
[And on the 3rd day… well, DC is still with us — see the comments! — TG] Today, Saturday May 15 is when our pal Scissorhead Dennis Cole has his wake. We’ve been trading emails this week and on May … Continue reading
My fever broke, but I’m still feeling like I got run-over by a car, like a common Florida protestor. Thanks for your kind thoughts and prayers, but I’m not dead. Yet. Gonna hide out some more.
I had the Pfizer vaccine yesterday, and I’m having my side-effects (mild, but still real) today. BBL, TG
For your convenience, the Comcast monopoly in Seattle has been down for almost 12 hours. Regular programming will resume when it can.
Scissorheads – Thank you for joining me in my primal scream, er, 2020. I’m speechless, you know, in that primal scream sort of way. It’s clear communication like that that keeps you coming back for more, huh? I’m grateful beyond … Continue reading
Guys – I’m doing Crooks and Liars again starting tomorrow, I forgot to mention that to you. So posting here is going to be more spastic than usual this week. All the usual pleas: if you read something great on … Continue reading