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Boomers and Freewheeling Tits

Civil rights. Woman’s rights. Assassinations. War. Protests. Music. Peace. Love. Real talk. Tree-hugging. Spirituality. Alternative medicine. You-are-what-you-eat. Baby Boomers. A collective who created a most drastic change, in one short decade. We mobilized, raised our voices, got shot for doing so, became outcastes for envisioning a better world. Beautiful leaders, like Martin Luther King, Jr., […]

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World, Can You Please Stop Crashing and Burning?

When is the world going to stop crashing and burning? Last month, I received a call from my publicist who had just received horrible news regarding his health. It seems all last summer he’d been dealing with what he was told was a minor health condition, and the ailment had just turned into something major. […]

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More Dead People

More Dead People. Funk and I went to see the “Grateful Dead” last weekend. We chose a show in Connecticut because the venue was close to the gravesite of my grandparents on the Squitiro side. A few weeks before the trip, I was really excited at the thought that I’d be standing within six feet […]

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Well, shit

Well, shit. The Grateful Dead always play a show for me on my birthday (that’s what I tell myself). This year, Funk drove my Covid-tired-ass all the way up to Saratoga Springs, New York to see them. The show that was to begin in 45 minutes was just now cancelled. John Mayer’s dad fell ill, […]

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Like many people

Like many people, I’ve experienced complete annihilation in certain areas of my life—the parts I’ve always considered the most important. As far as I can tell, the pandemic is a forced-shift away from the way we’ve been doing things, and towards to a New and Better Way of Existing. And not just in how we […]

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Just before I left for Hawaii in March

Just before I left for Hawaii in March, my 77-year-old friend told me about her recently purchased spot massager and suggested I buy one to take on my trip. Since stress goes to my back, I thought good idea, and asked her for the link. The next day, our conversation went like this. Me: OMG, […]

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Roe v Wade

Roe v Wade. This isn’t about babies. Never has been. Otherwise, children would have healthcare, education, safety and love. Foster homes would be empty. Women wouldn’t be shamed for staying home with the children collecting food stamps. Let’s mandate those things first. After that, if America continues to feel it’s important to regulate birth, let’s […]

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