On June 3, 2009, only an hour after the New Hampshire legislature took its final vote, marriage equality opponent Governor Lynch signed the marriage equality bill into law. Today at 12:01 AM, January 1, 2010, the law went into effect. New Hampshire joins Massachusetts, Connecticut, Iowa and Vermont as the
Former Senate Staffer Winslow Wheeler offers a perspective on counterpunch.org on the nature of structural dysfunction in the US Senate.
My New Years resolution this year is to take up Poo Chi. From the YouTube: Poo Chi skit from Live Matinee live comedy performance at Tsunami Bookstore Eugene, Oregon Oct 2, 2009 Instructor: Nancy Cave Class members: Tamsin Morgan, Barbara Embree, Richard Cave Who brought the brownies? h/t FunnyDiva for
A very Scottish, longing version of Auld Lang Syne, which means Old Long Since, a remembrance of those who hae gone before us. We’ll take a cup of kindness yet, for auld lang syne. For Katymine, Kobe, and all other beloveds.
Autumn, Lurleen and I were chatting about this earlier and I volunteered to write up one of my usual silly, cheesy posts that I love so. So… Then I thought about this cheese shop skit with its utter lack of cheeses in relation to resolutions and 2010… and saw this
Oh, hey, look! Another one of those blabitty blah blah end o’ the decades listy things. Your chance to go “Jeez. I thought he was much cooler than that.” Random number of movies I loved: Memento Charlie Wilson’s War Lost In Translation Ghost World Mulholland Drive Before The Devil Knows
It’s the end of 2009. We’re still in two wars, Guantanamo is not yet closed, and the jobless numbers are still sky-high. What happened to all the optimism we started the year with? There have been bright spots and not-so-bright spots, nasty political fights and moments of progress.
This is not a post about The Top Ten anything for 2009 OR 2010. This is not a post about Your Most Important xx (pick your number) Resolutions for 2010. This is not a post about Thin Thighs in Thirty Days. This is not a post about How to Make
A reflection on our past and present efforts in Afghanistan…