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Ignorance Is Not Bliss

While driving home yesterday, I was listening to one of the CBC Radio shows discussing the actions of Quebec school teachers. In public schools across the province, teachers are implementing a work-to-rule campaign by cancelling extracurricular and shortening their working hours. 1,783 more words

A Card Game about Drone Warfare and Collateral Damage?

I recently learned about the existence of Bycatch, which is described by its creators as “A card game about flawed surveillance, impossible decisions, and the people caught in between, for 3-5 players.” 1,340 more words


When The Yen Was A Last Resort Safety Bid, You Know It Was Bad

From Alhambra Investment Partners, by Jeffrey P. Snider, Aug 2015

It looks like the reversal of Monday’s dramatic and frightful liquidation has held and gained in the past two days. 564 more words


Land Of The Gods

It began with the slow crossing of a kilometer long bridge over a shallow valley by peddle power. The natural border between India and Nepal, locals tend to cross freely. 944 more words


The deep meaning of rap-rock: lambasting Limp Bizkit, Papa Roach and more

This column was originally published by Gig City on March 6, 2011.

Who knows where the cookie came from in Limp Bizkit’s 1999 hit Nookie, or why the song’s subject was told to stick it up her ‘Yeah.’ 1,130 more words

Music Writing 2011

Dick's Last Resort: A Dining Experience Like No Other

Right down the street from where I was staying in Indianapolis was a little restaurant called Dick’s Last Resort. From the outside, it looks like any other hamburger joint. 421 more words


One man is enough (poem #106)

I can whisper words like:




police brutality,





and rape.

Yet I could scream my name at the top of my lungs, 102 more words