Monthly Archives: April 2014

Lex Lutheran (4/28/14)

Easter sort of snuck by me this year.  Usually, I head to my folks’ place and go the church with Mom.  She worries about my eternal soul, what with me banging on drums and meditating in the woods these days. … Continue reading

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Note to My Employment Counselor (4/21/14)

Checking in – April 21, 2014 Dear K****, I had a phone interview with E*** S***** today. It’s a phone-center job, not my first choice, but… The rate is $12.75, not as much as I wanted, but… It’s in the … Continue reading

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Bringers of the Dirt (4/14/14)

Frequent visitors to this space might recall that I make many visits to my local cemetery.  They are peaceful places to meditate, and the fragmentary life histories etched on the headstones are wonderful fodder for my fertile imagination. While visiting … Continue reading

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Remaking the Government (4/7/14)

You might recall Mud Toe’s Principle of Biggification, which provides that any social institution working under capitalism must expand, continually and forever, to be considered successful.  The paradox inherent within biggification is that it’s impossible, because we live in a … Continue reading

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