A little while ago I read a great interview with Bob Odenkirk. When asked if he thought of himself as … Continue reading A World That Is Disappointing Us Every Single Day
Four stars, read in July 2017. The most consistent theme of my experience reading this book was oh my god, … Continue reading The Age of American Unreason, by Susan Jacoby
Four stars, or maybe 3.5, read in September 2017. I haven’t actually spoken to many people about Hillary Clinton, because … Continue reading What Happened, by Hillary Rodham Clinton
I’m reading a lot to try and figure out why the world is the way it is. I can’t say … Continue reading My Goodbye Post to Facebook
I’m having such a hard time concentrating at work right now. Could be part of an upcoming migraine (hopefully not) … Continue reading A Dose of Dope and a Great Big Bill
People who oppose government regulation know that without it, the powerful will abuse everyone they can. It’s not that they’re … Continue reading The conservative viewpoint is that of an abuser.
I went to the Women’s March in Austin, and it was the most okay I have felt since November. It … Continue reading Chin Up, Claws Out
Five stars for the series, read in February 2015 (volume three in 2016 when it was released; review updated in … Continue reading March, by John Robert Lewis