I woke up with the Sounds of Silence in my head. Not the Paul Simon version, the Disturbed version. The original, by Paul Simon, from the ‘60’s, was always, to me, quiet and reflective. A song … [Read more...] about Sounds of silence and a sinking ship
This is the person the Trump administration and Sessions DOJ has decided should head the White House efforts to stem the opioid crisis. The crisis that will kill at least 60,000, … [Read more...] about White House’s Effort to battle Opiate addiction
Of all the outrageous bullshit we have been subjected to in the past year, the abject disassociation from the truth, the lies, and fabrications; yesterday's Pocahontas comment pushed me over the … [Read more...] about Code talkers and trump
In 1978 while tripping on acid and jacked way up on white crosses and tequila, singing Lynyrd Skynard’s “Freebird”, in possession, at the time, a respectably sized cache of unmarked firearms and … [Read more...] about everybody has a backstory
We have reached the point where we have absolutely no bottom. We debate if pedophiles and predators have a right to serve in the Senate. … [Read more...] about We have reached the point where we have absolutely no bottom.
it Used to be Huge It used to be huge. Everything was huge. She didn’t have a party, she had events. Summer parties for a hundred of her closest friends and food and drinks for two hundred. If you … [Read more...] about An empty table
I had an interesting conversation with my daughter last night. First, she asked me why I still talk to and entertain some of the right wing, NRA, Trump supporters. I told her that I believe that … [Read more...] about Sandy Hook, dead babies, NRA and the 115th Congress
It is small now. Everything is small now. The days are smaller. Time is smaller. The goals are smaller. The daylight in Jersey City is smaller now. The circle of friends is smaller. The … [Read more...] about But now, it is smaller