An apology to my daughter

November 9, 2016

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Today I have to explain to my daughter why an openly racist, sexist, serial-adulterer who peddles fear and hate won an election over an eminently qualified woman who while not perfect, has never actually committed a crime. Today I have to explain to my daughter why a man who routinely swindles his employees and steals […]

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Blog Against Theocracy …

April 17, 2017

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Sybil

February 8, 2017

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She was seven when they started talking to her.  Fakhera didn’t know what they were but they loved to see her.  To help her.  They told her when her parents were asleep.  They told her when the cat was about to sneak outside.  They told her so many things.  Sometimes bad things. They were at […]

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Civics

November 8, 2016

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If you are legally allowed to vote in the United States and have not already, please do so. If you are not legally allowed to vote in the United States find an online poll and join the general madness. And if you you’ve looked through this blog and didn’t realize, I’m with Her. That is […]

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Nano-ing

November 2, 2016

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Joy. It’s November. And NANOWRIMO rises to loom over my Twitter feed once again. Last year was the first year I did anything worthwhile in Nano. I wrote a touch over 51000 words then kept going because it was the middle 51000 words. There were 25000 left. Then I edited. And edited. And edited. Now I’m […]

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More words I’ve already written

October 7, 2016

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They stood in a valley surrounded by olive trees.  Alvah sneezed.  He hated the damn things.  They always made his eyes water and his throat clog. “Did we have to do this here?” “I like the trees.  I always visit this valley when we travel here.  Also the spirits here are different.  Less tame.  They […]

Next Steps

October 5, 2016

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While I wait for the massive wave of form rejections I’m trying to decide what to work on next. Right now, at this point in space-time, I’m studying two hours a night for server certifications. I want into a role at work that will allow me to interact less with clients. Make me an engineer […]

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