I think a lot of people don’t realize that the loss of the World Trade Center, horrible of course in countless ways, was a specific and personal source of disquiet for many New Yorkers like me long after the towers came down.
It was 50 years ago today that a new TV show premiered called “Star Trek.”
I‘ve actually met Anthony Weiner a number of times, and he was likable and funny. He was always a tad intense, but I think he also had a sense of self-deprecation that would come out here and there that helped give him a kind of roguish likability.
When I was a tiny baby my brother Adam and I lived in a big store called PetSmart, in the section called Paws and Claws Feline Rescue.
In 2013, over 21,000 Americans died as a result of suicide by firearm. That’s almost 60 people every single day, in just ONE year.
This website is totally jacked right now, because I’m changing over to a newer, better layout. Hopefully this thankless task won’t take too long, so hang in there loyal readers.
It seems entirely ludicrous today that women ought not have the right to vote, in fact, it seems positively un-American.
Memorial Day is almost over, and so passes another day America sets aside to glorify war. On days like today I especially despise the bullshit rhetoric about honoring those who died fighting to protect our rights. Oh really?
A very happy birthday to my favorite songstress and most beloved heroine, Siouxsie Sioux, who turns a mind-boggling 60 today.