I checked out This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. The Climate by Naomi Klein from the library in the fall. I renewed it the maximum amount of times which was three. Still unfinished I returned it to the library. I checked it out again. I renewed it three more times. I incurred late fees. And then […]
Several weeks ago (idk how long but it was snowing out) late on a Sunday night I decided to take a train to a bus to get home. I hadn’t taken that particular route home before so I ended up waiting at a bus stop on a strange, dark corner of Brooklyn in the snow […]
Pros: People will respect me and think I’m a serious person. Maybe I can get a job that will allow me to save money. I like learning. Cons: By the time I finish grad school the world might already be ending, all the jobs will be gone, and I will end up having wasted several […]
Recently there was an ordering mistake at the bakery and they ended up with about fifty pounds of extra bread. The pantries that we called just couldn’t handle any more bread donations. But there was a man on the train last night asking me for food. And there’s the Salvation Army a few blocks from […]
I was on my way into a Rite Aid when I saw the woman begging on the sidewalk near the door. Honestly I wouldn’t have stopped except there was a backlog to get into the Rite Aid and while I waited the begging woman started talking to me. Could I get her something to eat? […]
To Chile Where we will see Ana Tijoux And Alex Anwandter play and sing in dim bars. If their music so inclines you, look up their stories. They are unique and fascinating.
Every great city has it’s water source: L.A. has the Pacific, Miami has the Atlantic, Chicago has Lake Michigan, St. Petersburg has the Baltic Sea, Paris has the Seine, Cairo has the Nile, Shanghai has the East China Sea, Buenos Aires has the Atlantic. These cities are built around their ports. If you are […]