Thoughts about something I read long ago.
Relying on others is what makes us human.
Cares of a newspaper family man.
The wounding without the transformation.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s seventh film is a subtle and very peculiar love story. A
What about men who look at men and leave it at that?
The good, the bad, and the confusing.
Memories of a 500-pound man who could land a dropkick and hammer nails into a board using only his head.
Pirates fans say “duh” to wrongly-hyped anger after McCutchen trade.
There are no accidents.
Reading Marx out of context can lead to confusion.
Republicans attempt to discredit the FBI.
When she pulled, the screen door opened.
It hurts to be misunderstood.
His election was a narrow repudiation of the Clinton-Bush-Obama technocracy.
The referee is usually insane.
Catherine Pugh is the wrong mayor at the wrong time.
It’s far easier to ignore the embodied world.
Conversations we aren't having about tech.
The effeminate trash of Splice Today’s contingent of epicene liberals is offensive.
Her love shaped my world.
Picking and choosing reading material that doesn’t make you ill.
Talk to yourself, not Trump.
No dilly-dallying on a Caribbean holiday.
Christmas transgressions. Hope I don’t get deported!
Just so you know, the snow blows.
Life wasn’t less complicated or simpler in 1975.