Religion isn't always moral. The hurricane emergency in Texas isn't just a natural catastrophe. It is also a moral crucible by which religions are judged and national leaders are held up to the harsh light of their actions. That they are found wanting more often than not is not a new phenomenon. That their followers continue … Continue reading Jesus saves. Moses Invests.
I'm beginning to understand that facebook is not only an evil spouse but a draggy, boozy, hateful floozy that should be divorced posthaste, but my enabling ass keeps hanging on, making excuses for the egregious behavior in the hopes that she will turn herself around, see what she has turned into, make herself into a … Continue reading The psycho girlfriend revisited and the spouse is still a b****
There's a lady in my neighborhood that walks around the block and waves when she sees me I like her in a neighbor way One night, she knocked on the door and I saw her scalp glistening under the porch light and the sweat making little streams down her face and she was carrying several … Continue reading It’s a wonderful life
I saw this sign for a subway line in Manhattan And I remembered a time in life when I was certain that New York was a magical place, full of beautiful people, glamorous restaurants, excitement around the clock And in my small town southern mind, I was sure this Oz was the pinnacle of achievement … Continue reading The train to nowhere