Why should I, or you, or anyone else in the United States follow the law? Serious question. One answer, obviously, is “because I don’t want to go to jail.” Aside from “I […]
I started this Cooper Island series back in February 2018 with a post from 29 July 2000, Sensory Deprivation, that chronologically fits here. Part 20, another trip abroad 31 July 2000 I just […]
U2 is my favorite band of all time. But they haven’t been relevant since the early-to-mid ’90s. I think I have a clue as to why. Good is the enemy of great. Around 1984 […]
… to the mountains off Route 395 in south-central Oregon.
Superheroes have childhoods too, you know… You can be anything in America, and anything can be you. To even put the costume on you have to believe somewhere in even the smallest […]
Liberals heckling people in the Administration may not be civil according to the dictionary definition, but at least we’re still using words. Given the fascist in the White House, that’s about as civil as Donald’s supporters should expect right now.
Only trust … assuming it can still be found. In 2007, on this overblown, sadly commercialized holiday whose historical moment has been buried by beer, barbecue, patriotic bombast, and over-the-top, often taxpayer-paid […]
Happy 4th from S&R.
Part 19, the songs of summer 25 Aug July I am now paying for the nice weather I so cheerily wrote about the other day. It rained most of the night and […]
Rose blossom at the Portland Rose Garden in Oregon … blossom at the Portland Rose Garden in Oregon.