Snobbery and Promotion
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We're a pack of dogs, for Pete's sake.
Category Archives: BlogOff
During my stint at the Dayton Daily News, I used to do career day at local schools. I think everyone at the paper just wanted a day off from me which is why they always nominated me to go. That’s … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is an opportunity to make a meal from scratch. I do every year, with the exception of one item on the table. Ocean Spray jellied cranberry sauce. From a can. I know, I know. I’ve tried making every cranberry … Continue reading
I’m a joker, I’m a smoker, I’m a midnight toker… but mostly I’m a welder who writes haiku and works as a janitor on the weekends
When I was young, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with my life when I grew up; EVERYTHING. I wanted to be on the receiving end of a firehose of experience that was exciting and revelrous and peaceful … Continue reading
I spent a huge chunk of my 20s and 30s traveling around the country for my corporate employer who no longer graces the list of the Fortune 500. I have stayed in thousands of hotel rooms and all of them … Continue reading
I have a love/hate relationship with literature. I graduated (or more correctly, was stamped and processed out) with a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Minnesota. In short, that meant — in America — I was unemployable and … Continue reading
Before I delve into my post, I need to share the series of events that lead me to my thinking about privacy and its relationship to autonomy. Bear with me; it is a badly-paved and less travelled road*. Watch that … Continue reading