You should have seen Buster tree a troll raccoon on our walk this morning. (He would have captured and dispatched the raccoon who had wandered too far from the safety of the tree if I had not brought him up short on his leash.)
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From the U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division’s Investigation Of The Baltimore City Police Department: Today, [10 August 2016] we announce the outcome of the Department of Justice’s investigation of the Baltimore City Police Department. After engaging in a thorough investigation, initiated at the request of the City of Baltimore and BPD, the Department […]
Living in North Royalton, Ohio, has many pluses. We have a Metro Park in my back yard. We have a mini-pack of dogs who romp and play in our insanely large front yard and who are always so happy to see me when I come home. We can sit on our back deck and watch […]
A Keef Knight twofer…
Keef may be making a very unfunny point here. Given that the measles virus is more prevalent in other parts of the world, what would it take to transport infected children into the United States and visit every theme park and other places where unvaccinated people might gather?
With gracious thanks to Florence Reece and Peter Seeger… Nearly five months have passed since Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown and while the vital conversation in our nation surrounding the events of 9 August continues, I have decided to no longer keep this internal thread stuck to the top of Have Coffee Will […]
Via Keith “Keef” Knight. I have always remembered that as a writer I am constantly working on variations of a single plot: something changed. There are many permutations on this, my favorite being either, a stranger comes to the village (think Something Wicked This Way Comes) or someone leaves the village (think Moby Dick). Everything […]
Also and previously…
Mano Singham and Jon Stewart also weigh in on the crimes of Baltimore Ravens’ Ray Rice.
Seriously, I have, have you? Dropped into my blogpile 970 days ago…
At the end of the school year I had a discussion with one of my students about X-Men: Days Of Future Past and I asked him what did he think the X-Men comics, and the movies that they gave birth to, were about. He didn’t know. He didn’t understand that he was one of the […]