Wager. I bet that homeless people don't sit in a circle in the back lane trying to define poverty before they can go seek shelter and a sandwich. *** Think. When we talk of the marginalized, we marginalize them even further. *** Data Data points at signals and combines together into patterns that often defy … Continue reading Snips: Wager. Think. Data. Face Book.
I know so many of you have been waiting for this. It's a burden i carry to have such responsibility and to know how many of you are counting on me, waiting to hear the results of my research. After considering all of the data, performing cross tabulations by seasons and time of day and … Continue reading Finally. A Decision
Wear your mask. Masks are necessary. They hide your identity so you can be free to be who you really are.
The other day I was perusing a recent Face Book posting from Jordan Pearson (one of my partner's sons). He was sporting a rather "unique" fur coat and having some fun posing in it. Check it out. Anyway I got to thinking. We all have our eclectic moments, especially in our youth. I used to, for … Continue reading Bowling Shirts
Saturday our new sectional sofa was delivered from none other than, ta da, Sofa Land. It is quite wonderful and so huge both of us can lie down and not have our feet touch our respective arms at the end of our respective reclining seats - yes, that's right. It has two seats that recline, electronically, … Continue reading Tales of Sofa Land and Wally Mart
I talked to the Rogers guy today. Usually I just say no thanks as soon as I know it's a marketing call, but I was open to a bit of sport. I listened to him review my account, telling me all that I have which of course I am aware of. Then, he offers me 9 … Continue reading That Damn Rogers Guy
When I close my eyes I see music. Particles of light shining, floating in the umbra. I feel it ebb and flow I breathe is melody, its message. I feel it in my skin I feel it wrapping its warmth around my bones. And when I finally open my eyes, I am its composition.