Monthly Archives: October 2014

Your Monday Blessing: for Indigenous Peoples Day

The difference between redeemed and forgotten is justice. Tombstones crumble, but the pain that is etched in the blood of our family sings, and sings, until the final hearing.

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The shock results are in

The shock results are in and it is now clear that laziness is ecologically preferable to industry. All this doing is now a misdemeanor under the moral law. For those prone to hard work, try to take this news not … Continue reading

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Your Monday Blessing: to all those I’ve wronged

To all those who I’ve wronged in the past year (in honor of Yom Kippur) To all those who I’ve wronged in the past year, I would like to offer a surrender, and a truce. First and foremost, the surrender: … Continue reading

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Rattle the tin cans

Shake the drum, rattle the tin cans. Strike metal on brass, Make the loudest pots sing for dear life. Turn a field of cows into commotion. Lean on your horn, Sound trumpets in the midst of the city. Scream like … Continue reading

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