Don't Ask, I'm Telling

Not asking and not telling

I did a lot of gay stuff on my recent trip to San Francisco. And probably not in the way you might be thinking.

Raised Relief

Not too late to listen (Part 2)

Comes a time a man just has to work with what the good Lord hath provided, and the well-worn handle of a very broad brush feels comfortable in my hand. And so we continue.

Fables of the Deconstruction

Man out of time

One early evening, way back in the early 1990s, I was working at a bar and Sean Garrison was there.

Summary of My Discontent

Our seat on the world stage

Now that we have a new year, a new mayor, a new basketball cathedral and a new plan to someday build a bridge, it’s only natural that we look for more ways to, as Mayor Greg Fischer say

Raised Relief

Not too late to listen (Part 1)

I think about music a lot but listen to it infrequently.

Fables of the Deconstruction

Everything is broken

One day last month, a funny little document appeared on my Facebook page.

Keeping Up with the Jones

Hooray for happy thoughts

I recently watched the cinematic adaptation of Cormac McCarthy’s 2006 award-winning novel “The Road.” How could I go wrong with this flick?

Summary of My Discontent

How to play

Attention young children: Hi kids! I’m afraid I’ve got some bad news for you. According to The New York Times, the culture of play is vanishing from our society.

Don't Ask, I'm Telling

What’s so gay about it?

 

Raised Relief

FEMA camp is for kids

I’ve been running around like a peckerweed for what seems like an age and haven’t had time to consider the new year, let alone write about it until now.