I've been a bit busy this past week and haven't posted anything in a little while. Let's ease back into this blogging thing with a nice, simple topic. Race in America. Particularly, I'm interested in what I've witnessed throughout my travels through Un-Real America. That's right, I'm talking about cities, those places where only liberal, … Continue reading I’m Not Racist: I Have White Friends
Recently, while sitting in the back room of my job on a break, I was somewhat captive audience to a conversation between two coworkers that required a little personal research after the fact. The conversation spring-boarded off of the topic of the Texas School Board's destruction of legitimate education, turning to the tyranny of history. … Continue reading The words we say aren’t meant for anyone.
I received my anti-Arizona Immigration Law sticker today (from Presente.org who are sadly out of stickers now). Now, I don't own a car, and even if I did, I would never put a bumpersticker on it (though, if you are so inclined, may I suggest one of these). Maybe I'll find someone with a McCain/Palin … Continue reading The Adventures of a White Mexican (in 3D)
The process can be a difficult one. Here I am, just over two months out from my next move, and I am floating in that nebulous place yet again. I need to find an apartment in Nashville, without actually being able to see any apartments ahead of time (outside of what photos the landlords might … Continue reading Go do, you’ll know how to: Just let yourself give in to the floodtide
"Any criticism we get is always stuff we´ve already criticised ourselves. If you read one bad review and a hundred good ones, the bad one always seems to make more sense to you." ~ Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead - Meeting People Is Easy Recently, a couple of my older poems have seen a lot of … Continue reading Critical Thought (Part 1)
Boys and girls in time together, like a dance, but nothing so intimate, just sex Angry at the world and capable of caustic remarks ever as precise as the piston punches of that fatherly embrace Nothing so dramatic; White America still believes in the literary anti-hero A … Continue reading Romance in Paradise
Let's face it, people just don't read the Bible like they should these days. Here in America (a Christian nation), people don't always find the time to connect with the 'Good Book.' For that reason, I've created some bumperstickers (or T-shirt designs or anything else you might want to put these on) that take God's … Continue reading Bible Verse Bumperstickers