This week.

Life That was quite a week, wasn't it? Someone's been busy. All I did was go to work, get a haircut, and try not to lose my damned mind over every New York Times app notification. Even my trusty Lamy 2000 fell apart. At least Zen has had a great week. In between "spa treatments" (read: subcutaneous... Continue Reading →

Yesterday I ordered a supposedly gluten-free dish from a menu of a local chain of Italian restaurants. We had never been to the restaurant before, so I relied on the menu and the server to be accurate. They weren't. Today I felt miserable with all of the symptoms of accidental gluten ingestion, like coming down... Continue Reading →

some wordplay with your gunplay

Campers may now pack heat along with their sleeping bags when they travel to national parks. The Bush administration on Friday struck down federal regulations banning loaded guns in most national forests, a move that was widely seen as a parting shot on behalf of the National Rifle Association. The ruling overturned a 25-year-old federal... Continue Reading →

now what

I was at work when the news came, when the world changed. I was at work and we are not supposed to show our emotions on our sleeves, our choices on our lapels, but we couldn't help it, and we clapped our hands and laughed and said yes. My father called and said, "Thank you,... Continue Reading →

no on prop 8

Attention California voters: Proposition 8 is about discrimination, fair and simple.  Vote NO on Prop 8. Scalzi said it much better than I ever could: This is why every single potential supporter of Proposition 8 should be looked square in the eye and asked if they are truly and seriously ready to say that that... Continue Reading →

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