Today's column is out. I noticed someone had left a comment at the bottom of the page this afternoon. I'm no fool. I realize that my surly sense of irreverent and pitch black humor is not everyone's cup of tea. So it's always a fun game to play, taking bets with myself over whether it will be … Continue reading Olivia Gatwood and Charming Old Dickbags
The WTO Publisher, Bob Patchen, posted this on Facebook yesterday. But his pants are so very fancy and he has Facebook set to not let people share his stuff. So I had to ask him if I could copy and paste it. Fancy fancy fancy. He said yes. I'm lucky he tolerates me. Haha. Poor … Continue reading Existential Exhaustion and My Publisher
We were in the Christmas parade last night. Me and the girls. My cousin owns a salon and she entered her and her stylists as a unit. She and her girls and my girls were elves. I drove their sleigh. Which was a purple Jeep decked out in Christmas lights. Peep dis. So much fun. … Continue reading Christmas Parades and Santa Anxiety
This is today's column. But I've gone through and changed a few things around. Word choices. Sentence structures. Only slightly developed thoughts or premises. The changes aren't great in terms of volume or significance. But they're enough to warrant posting the revision rather than the link. Black Friday is bullshit. That's my final answer. I … Continue reading Columns and Colosseums
Louis C.K. Man. What a disappointment. I even stopped talking about food for a week to write a column about it. I'm so bummed. Anyhow. That's that.
I've not been sharing columns as much. Not sure why. Some have been worth sharing. I just haven't. I'm working on something to say about the whole Louis C.K. situation. I'm not ready to talk about that yet. But here's today's column. Sometimes,you write a column and you think to yourself that it's not perfect and … Continue reading Scotland and DNA
I've been obsessed with this documentary since they started filming it. For one thing, I live ten minutes from the dam and 40 minutes from Salamanca, N.Y. So when it premiered on Friday I was waiting at the venue two hours ahead of time. Because I am a big, big nerd. Brian Ferry covered it. … Continue reading Minchin Monday and Lake of Betrayal