Category Archives: People

Human Resources

Anyone who has worked for a public institution or a corporation knows these two words have some important meaning. They represent a department of people whose job it is to ensure that the organization for which they work maintains a … Continue reading

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Going Postal

The signs filled my inbox of life all week, spritzed here and there peppering what was otherwise a lovely and eventful Spring Break week remaining at home to clear, cleanse, and create. I socialized with different friends sharing our fidgets and … Continue reading

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Ignorance is bliss

until you die from it, or you kill others because of it. Every one of the past 59 days reveal a dissection of the American mindset that expands further with each new proclamation of 45 and his S.S. Two Stephens … Continue reading

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Sound Healing (It’s different than you might expect.)

Yesterday I was awoken from a nap by the sound of a man grunting loudly as if he was charging up a hill in battle and running a bayonet through someone. It was timed in intervals and showed no signs … Continue reading

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The Trumpashianization of America

Behold the myriad ways to ponder how we arrived at this particular time of commercialization in America. Corporations have capitalized on merchandizing, marketing, profit-making, and commodifying everything: Hollywood, Disneyland, sports, toys, food, cigarettes, booze, (add your list here), and people. Take a look at a few … Continue reading

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“A Screaming Comes Across The Sky”

This wonderful collection of words in the post title was not penned by me nor comes from my brain other than the receptacle of memory as that of the words of author Thomas Pynchon‘s in his novel titled “Gravity’s Rainbow“.  How … Continue reading

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Pall of America

Someday I will no longer awaken with a Chewbacca howl. In the meantime, I will bide my time writing about the Pall of America. A funereal gloom has beset every town, city, suburb, and rural area where humans congregate to witness the … Continue reading

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NOT OKAY

#NotOKay My brother shouts on his FB post using all capital letters that blacks are beating people in the streets. UNFUCKINGBELIEVABLE. He quotes from and posts a link to one of those alt-right websites that are not written by journalists but … Continue reading

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When I Was 15 and Other Life Changes

I read and see so many stories in the news lately about women, by women, and for women. Our minds, hearts, and souls reel from the quotidian soiling of the “wanna-be king” and his ugly mob of troglodytes who yammer on in … Continue reading

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Future Imperfect (redux)

Many thoughts swirl in my brain like a hurricane gaining momentum with intensification from a category 3 to 4. My fingers cannot type fast enough as I flip from one tense to another–a streaming collection of verbs, nouns, articles, similes and conjunctions. … Continue reading

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