Whatever Happened…

On Facebook PinkStinks posted a link to someone complaining about bikes. Here, have a peeksee: Oi! Sexist Marketing! On Yer Bike!! http://inadifferentvoice.wordpress.com/2012/01/21/oi-sexist-marketing-on-yer-bike/ The long and the short of it is that the author wanted to buy her daughter her first … Continue reading

The First Year

Hola, friends, readers, and the like! Today marks one year since I threw this blog open to the public. While I’m still vexed that I have a lack of theme, I’m pleased that I’ve helped spread awareness of the Occupy … Continue reading

Childhood: My Favorite Day

For reasons I still cannot fully explain, I have always loved Friday the Thirteenth. It had nothing to do with the movies (my degree of sensitivity includes feeling witnessed violence, so I don’t go for slash’em’up gorefests if I can … Continue reading

Why Occupy: The Scary Things

Now, I am aware that once someone shoves their head in the sand and doesn’t want to know about the world, they are less likely to ever want to come up for air – it’s that so-called ‘ignorance is bliss’ … Continue reading

On This Day of Thanks…

I wanted to take a moment to share some of the good things coming out of the Occupy movement; I’ll wait until tomorrow to scare you. After all, today is a day for Americans to eat well and squabble with … Continue reading


Today’s focus is on the protesters, fun fun. Let’s start with a quick and dirty chart of awesomeness: Infographic: Who Is Occupy Wall Street? http://www.fastcompany.com/1792056/occupy-wall-street-demographics-infographic Quick and dirty is apt, in so much that this snapshot was taken across two … Continue reading

Happy to Say

I’m happy to say that the legal action the City of London was intending to take against the protesters encamped at St. Paul’s Cathedral has been put off for now: Occupy London protesters celebrate after winning eviction battle http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/nov/01/occupy-london-protesters-eviction-battle But … Continue reading