100 million: That’s how many people who felt as I did last week. Or at least as many as stood up yesterday to say: Not in our America. Using the skills that were so essential to the election of the current president, a handful of kids-with-broadband organized the event in cities around the country. They usedContinue reading “100 million castaways, demanding a home”
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A couple mornings after
Given what I’ve posted here, you were likely expecting me to be exultant tonight. And I remain heartened, thrilled cautiously hopeful, and glad for the national results. In case you were curious about my little corner of the swing state, Ward 58 went with the wave, 69 percent for Obama — though not precinct 26,Continue reading “A couple mornings after”
watch this. then again. then vote. then cry.
Running behind, as usual. But I finally saw this, a few days after another viewing of Brother Outsider. A week to the election and I can’t get enough of angelic troublemakers. (I also can’t wait for the flick to come out, whatever Gawker says.)