Bella heard commotion in the adjoining bedroom in the middle of the night. “Rog,” she said, poking at him, “Rog!” He rolled over and opened one eye. “I think Charlotte’s in labor.” “How in the world could you possibly know that?” he groaned and rolled over. “Go back to sleep.” “Because I heard them talking. […]
I gave this talk at Eastercon on 20th April 2019. Hello friends, and thank you very much for coming! I do appreciate it. Before I get started, I’d just like to note that there will be explicit discussions of racism in this talk, so please feel free to step out if need be. This is […]
The day after I gave the other Marauders the notebook we hid out in one of the secret corridors, one of the ones we were sure nobody else knew about. We threw a blanket down on the stone floor and I used a spell to make it fluffier, comfier. Once we were all seated, I […]
Joe could not go home, not if the Carabinieri were looking for him. He knew it was time to check in with Agent Redwood and to get off the streets. He got off the bus at Piazza Barberini. The Embassy was just up the Via Veneto.
Via kotte.org, some of New York’s iconic, modernist structures placed in new surroundings… On that note, Land Art is often about removing the monetary value, commodification and fungibility of a piece of art and making something big enough, weird enough, useless enough; maybe making a beautiful/ugly enough imitation of Nature or man’s design within Nature. […]
This article was originally posted on Medium I am a Physiotherapist. Almost every person I see in clinic is in pain, and most already have an idea about what has caused their pain. If they are old enough, they might say ‘overuse’, or ‘wear and tear’; if they are younger, they might say ‘bad posture’ […]
Monday (April 22) begins our next round of ERT deployments. Our ministry in Nebraska continues, and you are needed to help fill in the gaps. This is where we currently stand : April 22 – 26, Columbus, NE – 4 committed ERT’s, many more needed. Housing at the Outreach Center April 27 – 29, North […]
Zhang He had thirty thousand redshirts in three camps, and he took half of them from each camp to go attack Zhang Fei. You can’t move fifteen thousand men and keep it hidden, even from Zhang Fei. “Fuck,” said Zhang Fei. “Lei Tong, any ideas?” “Easy-peasy,” said Lei Tong. “You go out and fight, I […]
You’ve all seen the memes by now, and chances are even if you aren’t a nurse your feed is full of nurses ON FIRE. Recently, a video snippet of Senator Maureen Walsh of Washington was released of her discussing nurses complaining about being tired working 12 hour shifts even though she bets they play cards […]
HAD MY FIRST CONCERT EVER! We bought the tickets back in October or November of 2018? For a concert that is gonna be in 16 February 2019! Gosh, I did not knew it was that long of a wait, it felt like the day was never gonna come BUt it did!!!! It was on a […]
by Andrew Levine CounterPunch edited by O Society April 20, 2019 It is hard to recall now but before the 2016 election, blatant contempt for the rule of law and other longstanding (small-r) republican values, public displays of stupidity, extreme character flaws, and irrefutable evidence of psychological instability could wreck a presidential campaign; and it […]
Did you consider any other career? How did you choose? Like everyone else, I guess, I daydreamed and fantasized all through my youth about what “career” might await me, but in real life, it was all pretty much serendipity that led me to where I am today. When I was at St. Augustine’s, I was […]
Garmin Half Marathon in the Land of Oz 4/12/19-4/14/19 There’s no place like home, there’s no place like home, there’s no place like…. wait. Are we really going to go to Kansas? Kansas falls into the category of state where we had to ask ourselves: not only have we not been there before, but do […]
American pundits often bend over backward to equate Venezuela to the perils of socialism. By that metric, Haiti should certainly be a warning to the world about the perils of capitalism.
In middle school, I would often get the most perplexing response to asking a classmate for gum: “It’s my last piece.” “But” I thought, “it wasn’t your only piece. And someone has to eat it.” Besides, they had the second to last piece in their mouth as we spoke. Why be a scrooge with the […]