Social interactions in video games are as complex as in the physical world. Do we tell sexist people that they must change, or do we set personal limits on what we will tolerate?
In my work as a ghostwriter, I meet a lot of wonderful people with interesting stories and lives. They inspire me, as does everything I read, hear, and see. Here, I share the thoughts and ideas that come to mind when I think about the people I meet, the stories I hear, and the experiences I [...]Continue Reading
The sun is shining with almost-spring gleeNot that distant ghost that looksGood but has no warmth The temperature is 34, I checkedPut on my bootsThe snow is disintegratingAnd dirty with sandWhat is that black stuff anyhowThe dog doesn’t care I put on my heavy winter coatThe one with the broken zipper placketAnd black streaks on one [...]Continue Reading
A screenshot of evidence that I completed the Nightfall Ordeal: Insight Terminus 100K challenge on 3-14-2021. Yay me! OK, I had the lowest individual score, but that’s because I assist a lot. I’m also not good at headshots.Continue Reading
Yes, Virginia, you still need to wear a mask. The day after I learned that Massachusetts was offering free COVID-19 testing at a location near me, I called and made an appointment. I drove to the site at the Lawrence General Hospital parking lot the next day, and less than five minutes later, after some unpleasantness [...]Continue Reading
George Floyd should be alive today. Perhaps he would be accused of allegedly using a counterfeit $20 bill to make a purchase, but he would be alive. He is dead because a police officer knelt on his neck, choking off his air supply. Evidence says Mr. Floyd was held in a prone position with an officer [...]Continue Reading
Since the coronavirus pandemic, I appreciate “Don’t Stand So Close to Me” in a whole new way.
Why is no one talking about the $4 trillion in cash corporate America had on the books in January 2020?
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