Story Time With Uncle Ricky (NSFW)

I was a late bloomer. Wait. Backup. I was at a Breeders concert my freshman year of college. I was not old enough to drink, which the state of Oklahoma takes very seriously. (The entire state was dry until 1957, meaning soldiers returning from WWII were not allowed to have a beer.) So having a... Continue Reading →


The Weight of 10,000 Rainbows: Thoughts on Turning 40

We each know more than we can say. There is a certain elusive "what it's like"-ness to human experience that is nearly impossible to utter. After all, our consciousness, while not ephemeral, isn't exactly tangible either. How would you describe it to an unconscious yet thinking machine? "The inside of my head feels as wide... Continue Reading →

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