Tag Archives: Politics

Cthulhu is a Corporation

Think about it for a minute. Really think about it. Imagine Amazon. Not the rain-forest, the company, the corporate entity owned by Jeff Bezos. Can you imagine the size of it? The ‘size’ of Amazon’s online storefront? How many things … Continue reading

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Why I Stopped Writing The Flying Squirrels

So I haven’t published anything here in awhile, and the reason for that is not that I gave up writing, but rather just that I started working on a project I’d like to keep private for now. It took up … Continue reading

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Elder of the Conclave (cont.)

[I’m back! This is a continuation of this story. I doubt I’ll return to this little universe, at least for a long while, but I fell out of the habit of writing for awhile and wanted to get back into … Continue reading

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Long ago

Long ago, in the days when there were still fish in the oceans and cars on the roads, there lived a woman who was not afraid of governments destroying us. It had nearly happened, she knew that, but that was … Continue reading

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Local Politics

Local politics can be weird. Correction: local politics are like national politics in microcosm. Including all the weirdness. At the end of February, I attended a Public Safety meeting at City Hall in my town about the police buying a … Continue reading

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Forgiveness

“You have to forgive people,” a friend of mine told me not long ago. I took issue. You don’t have to forgive anyone. At no point, no matter what happens, are you required to forgive someone for what they’ve done. … Continue reading

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Terrorism

I nearly lost my mother to terrorism. I didn’t, but it was close. I was 7 at the time, and didn’t understand it. It took me years before I really thought about it in terms of “Terrorism.” For a long … Continue reading

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One Star Soup Kitchen

I saw a one star review of a soup kitchen. The existence of such a review says so much before I even read the content. I didn’t question why the review existed, because of course it did. It is everything … Continue reading

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Let’s Get Political

So let’s talk about something terrible. Over the last week or so, I’ve seen a renewed concerned over a possible Muslim registry, especially in light of the ban on entry from some Muslim majority countries. Now this is horrible, and very … Continue reading

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In 48 hours, America will…

And from there I don’t know. I can not see the future. Part of me wishes I could, and part of me knows that is a terrible idea. I don’t like telling people who to vote for, for several reasons. … Continue reading

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