After the tumult that kicked off our fifth season, our group of survivors deserves a moment of respite.
I’m fascinated that anyone in Fayetteville would suffer from gender madness. As a typical Fayettevillain (peace activist, musician, etc), imagine my surprise when I looked at the list of folks who would repeal our new anti-discrimination law (hogtownhaters.com), and found names of folks I love.
On any given day we can read in the news about someone being bullied, whether it’s a student bullying another student, a parent bullying their daughter by making her wear a sign on the corner that reads, “I smoked pot” or some such nonsense, or the CEO of a corporation bullying a legislator into introducing…
Well this last week just rushed by, didn’t it? Okay, I’ll try my best to keep the speed puns to a minimum, they are just so much fun!
Another week goes by and here I sit, loyally tuning into Gotham and hoping beyond hope that it finally finds its footing.
The Walking Dead exploded on screens last night for it’s fifth season premiere, and with it came more brutality than television sees this side of HBO.
I’m happy to say that the belt is only slightly bigger than it was at 26. So, what have I learned in the past year?
Last week, someone published the names of the people who signed the petition to repeal Ordinance 119, the Civil Rights Ordinance that Fayetteville’s City Council had voted on the month before, onto a website.
Of all the books I’ve never read, I’m perhaps most glad to have avoided Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl.”
It’s officially autumn! For a quick and easy fun fall craft that even smaller children can do, try leaf splatter paintings.