Monthly Archives: June 2015
In my Lyft carpool today the other passenger said he was from Canada and moved here with his wife two years ago. Our driver said he first moved here in 1967 after a stint at the Monterey Naval Academy. He said that was the year the Supreme Court ruled in Loving v.Virginia in which laws […]
There are different kinds of loneliness. The kind you feel when you’re in love. The kind when all you want is for the bus to come so you can crawl into bed with them. The kind that that is fleeting, comforting. The kind that expires at the end of the day. There is the kind […]
The Splenda Effect: in a world full of substitutes, there is one thing you’ve still got to earn. Fair and square.
The year is 2015 and there is a short cut for everything. You can google something in seconds it used to take a trip to a library to look up. You can read a condensed version of basically any book rather than complete your 9th grade homework assignment like they did in 1952. You can […]