Messages in a Bottle #15: Sharkna-Don’t-Mess-with-Me

After a few blessed days of rain, it has resumed being entirely too hot to live, and my creative juices are currently leaking out my ears and puddling on the floor. But, at least my brain is only melting, rather than being constructed entirely out of (presumably also melting) cheez whiz. I am fully lucid … Continue reading Messages in a Bottle #15: Sharkna-Don’t-Mess-with-Me

Subway Sociology #7: Weed Out the Weak

I have spent many years traveling on a graduate student's budget. Travel was - and is - my preferred way of handling the Christmas holidays, which would rank second after the week-that-shall-not-be-named (aka this one) on my list of least favorite times of the year, except for the fact that my travel tradition actually makes … Continue reading Subway Sociology #7: Weed Out the Weak

Cohen Events

*Knock knock* "Who's there?" "Orange." "Orange who?" "Orange you glad Trump might finally be impeached as dictator of this Banana Republic?" I'm berry sorry, everyone. My joke might be a bit green still, but here's hoping the currant hints of corruption while in office from Cohen's testimony do eventually ripen and bear fruit. Trump is … Continue reading Cohen Events

Don’t Think of a White Elephant

George Lakoff talks about how the moment you mention something - especially if you immediately tell the person not to think about it - all they can do is think about it. So, if I tell you "don't think of an elephant," all you'll be able to think about is the elephant in the room. … Continue reading Don’t Think of a White Elephant

Where’s Whoopsie #15: Trumpkin

It seems to be all the rage this year to carve jack o' lanterns into angry Trump faces. I'm a little disturbed by this - as I see his face enough on t.v. to be bad for my mental health already - but mostly I'm amused. In a world of politicized media, satire - including … Continue reading Where’s Whoopsie #15: Trumpkin