Monthly Archives: December 2016

GETTING TESTED

A short story by John Mears He thought she was the most beautiful thing he had ever seen.  Behind her head, the sun setting over Pierce College gave her highlighted Afro a weird halo.  A black rose tattoo stared at … Continue reading

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Madman at the wheel: An allegorical mini-play

She: I feel like I should say something. He: Say what? She: I think that was a wrong turn. He: Which turn? She: Back there at the T. We just went right.  We should have gone left.  The sign said, … Continue reading

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Love, Pure Love, Continued (with photos)

A long and simple poem — “Love, Pure Love” — has been coming to me in pieces over the years.  Today I took a long hike with my little notebook, and here are today’s pieces. The first three photos below are … Continue reading

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Is Donald Trump a Fascist? A biased, pseudoscientific analysis

A recent viral video shows Irish lawmaker Aodhán O’Riordáin telling his colleagues, “America, the most powerful country in the world, has just elected a fascist.” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldQsy9EW68c)  Other YouTube search results for “Trump fascist” are so numerous that I gave up looking … Continue reading

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