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Looking cool in your

Thirties,  combo of orange eye

shadow, baby puke. 



Might be thirty one

But still have Chuck Taylor’s on

Never growing up.


Frozen water trough

Wet cat food can frozen meat

It is freezing out


Take everything

Out and then choose what to put

Back in, organized
The contents of our

Barn spread out on the lawn look

Like a bad yard sale


Air conditioners

Are antihuman machines

It’s hot and humid

But if you drink water and 

Work it will be fine
Reenactors all

Wearing wool pants in this heat

Sweaty balls I guess
Chaffing thighs, chub rub

Surely not part of design

Blame factory foods

Upcoming Events I’m Helping Organize

Here are fliers for several upcoming events I am helping to organize!


Richmond’s A Christmas Carol – Past, Present, No Future #RVA ?

Soundtrack to the article…


The hope for every New Year is for a year that is better than the last. For Richmond, that hope is against all odds as our local government sets us up again and again for epic failures. It is up to you, the people of Richmond, to take a stand against the corruption, the incompetence, the utter lack of transparency, and the bad priorities pushed fervently by the local politicians and businessmen.

I present to Richmond, a slightly seasonally late Christmas Carol, with the hopes that being visited by the ghosts of Richmond’s past, present, and future will be a cautionary vision, leading the city to better decision making down the line.

I would compare Mayor Jones to Scrooge, and direct this message at him, but I’ve never been one to count on people in power or want to reinforce hierarchy, and frankly the man never has seemed to give a damn. Instead, this goes to the people of Richmond, the ones capable of rising up to change Richmond for the better and take it out of the hands of greedy developers and their ilk.

*chains rattling, fog rolls in*


While there are many Ghosts of Richmond Past I could choose from, I’ll focus on a recent one – the Redskins Training Camp. The problems with the public spending on the Redskins Training Camp start with the bad investment, go to the bad decisions for the school system, the disproportionate spending of money in a patriarchical way, and end with the indisputable racism of the team’s name (ah but that doesn’t stop the white people). But the financial side of the Redskins Training Camp is what is relevant here, so let me run the numbers by you.

The City of Richmond paid about 10 million dollars for the original construction of the Redskins Training Camp. This of course happens at the same general time period where the City repeatedly refuses to put money towards public schools that are falling apart on students’ heads and relinquishes a public park to control by a private organization with gentrification plans over a measely 3 million dollars. (more…)

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