Category Archives: current affairs

Something is Happening in St. Louis – Ferguson


Something is happening in St. Louis. Ferguson. There’s an army on the ground, dressed to kill. Corralling the locals, threatening the media. Stirring up hate and fear. Something is happening in St. Louis. Ferguson They’re waiting for that sweet, sweet … Continue reading

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg or Wonder Woman?


Am I right or am I right? She is a superhero.

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On Violence Towards Women


I’m a big guy. Over six feet, broad shoulders, etc. I can be intimidating. I know, walking down the street, I’m big enough to never really be afraid. I also know, that walking down the street someone could be afraid … Continue reading

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Philip Seymour Hoffman and Addiction


I’m not sure I have anything to add to the conversation on Philip Seymour Hoffman and drug addiction. I will say that addiction is not a choice- it’s a disease. It consumes and controls. I admire anyone who has been … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Lou Reed


Just a quick little sketch of dear Lou. His lyrics will always serve as an inspiration to me.

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To Boston


I’m on the train in Queens, New York. I’m playing Massive Attack’s “Protection” as a form of magic, a ward. There is no reasoning, no logic, no excuse for what happened in Boston today. I’m on the train in New … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Society: I thought you were better than this


There has been a lot going on regarding the Stubenville trial. A lot of it heartbreaking. A lot of it just down right disgusting and ugly. As a nation, as a society (the entire human race?) we are conditioned to … Continue reading

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