Monthly Archives: March 2020

Out Like A Lamb To Slaughter

There is no flattening of the curve. Not under this government. Democratic or GOP. Bill Gates wants us all dead, so he can be served by robots. We are not slaves. Kill the rich. The Tsar and his family never came back to rule Russia. ps the first people to go in a revolution are […]

Big Pharma Side Effects

I love drug commercials for their high-speed side effects warning at the ad’s end. Here is the list for Prevnar 19, which is a diphtheria toxoid containing vaccine. In adults, the most common side effects were pain, redness, and swelling at the injection site, limitation of arm movement, fatigue, headache, muscle pain, joint pain, decreased […]

Rongai Gate to Simba Hut 2019 – Kili Initiative

After a quick box lunch we set out for Simba Hut. I proceeded before the Kili Initiative Team. We were trekking through a rain forest. The team chattered without cessation and I preferred quiet. Not complete silence, because the trees were alive with life. Ma’we led the team. I drained the last of the Konyagi-Crest […]

The Fears

Last night I read Poe’s MASQUE OF THE RED DEATH, despite having promised not to delve further into the literature of death. The opening paragraph portrayed a world lost to the plague. “The red death had long devastated the country. No pestilence had ever been so fatal, or so hideous. Blood was its Avatar and […]

Writing Tip 101A – Women Writer’s Know Their Shit

The key to writing is putting the seat of your trousers to the seat of the chair – Mary Heaton Vorse, American journalist, labor activist, and novelist I wrongly attributed this quote to another author. A man. Graham Greene to be exact. I was wrong. It wasn’t the first time and it won’t be the […]