Category Archives: Holiday Humanity

Occupying Disenchantment

Here we go again with the ho-ho-ho-ing and the fake snow blowing. With the shiny happy velvety red, cutely-clad motherfuckers that I’d see joyfully dashing about in every torturous 90-second commercial slot if I still watched TV. Here we go … Continue reading

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For the Medic on Memorial Day

Quietly nestled between the sounds of sizzling meats, screaming kids spilling ice cream cones, clamors over the latest one-day-only department store mega-sale, and the comparatively stoic rhythm of marching band drums is the memory of what Memorial Days are supposed … Continue reading

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Seeking the Ghosts of Accountability, Responsibility, and Home Training on the Night I Got Swine Flu

Okay so maybe it wasn’t swine flu, per se, but being laid out for over a week straight with little hope that anything besides more sweating, chills, and a kaleidoscope’s variety of respiratory maladies was in my future can really … Continue reading

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