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Covid Metamorphoses #41 – Empathy

I can relate to the people out there not wearing masks, engaging in sincere (and insincere) protests. I share their frustration. I share their anger. For all my genuine horror and outrage at their lack of responsibility, their lack of … Continue reading

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Trout Fisting In America #9 – Empathy

Because like my good friend Kathy Acker likes to say, ‘When they go low, we…(smiles)…we shove our fist up a defenseless trout’s asshole.’ The first time I worked graveyard shift at 7-11 lasted about a year. I did it two … Continue reading

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