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Story Slam
April 11, 2011 – 11:43 pm | Comments
Story Slam

I wanted to feel a catharsis, or at least an adrenaline rush.

The Cost of Health Insurance
March 4, 2011 – 8:20 pm | Comments
The Cost of Health Insurance

For anyone focused on creative endeavors (being a comedian, writer, musician, artist) being able to afford health insurance is a real concern.

Drive Like You Mean It
January 25, 2011 – 3:20 am | Comments
Drive Like You Mean It

The first month I lived in Boston I almost hit a pedestrian with my car.

Dear Apartment #8
December 10, 2010 – 12:22 am | Comments
Dear Apartment #8

How did you manage to wrap up all my twenty-something angst and child-like defiance in one grammatically flawed phrase?

Beating the Birthday
December 2, 2010 – 3:47 am | Comments
Beating the Birthday

I do not celebrate my birthday. It has been a source of annual frustration in my life.

I Don’t “Get” Politics
November 6, 2010 – 2:27 am | Comments
I Don’t “Get” Politics

I’ve never particularly liked talking politics. I rarely feel the need to vocalize my political persuasions.

Ethics
November 3, 2010 – 10:52 pm | Comments
Ethics

A discussion of California’s failed Proposition 19 and what it means for groovy people like you.

Me, Choice and Everyone Else
October 28, 2010 – 3:02 pm | Comments
Me, Choice and Everyone Else

As a baby of the choice generation, I’ve never considered the consequences of my choices on anyone other than myself. Membership in the choice generation assures that kind of self reference. After all, our generation seeks choice the way Baby Boomers sought wealth. We want to appropriate it and own it. Ownership accompanies possession. Possession implies a private relationship of closed interaction. We view our choices only as they pertain to us and only as they effect and consequence our lives.