November 13, 2022

November 13, 2022

Hopefully there won’t be too many outages on this station while I untangle my nameservers.

November 8, 2022

November 8, 2022

Today I learned your gun permit is an acceptable form of voter identification, which feels almost too American.

October 9, 2022

Sockets and Flames

Ohio. Sunset: 7:01pm. When I stepped outside this morning, I saw my breath—the first frost of the season.

September 4, 2020


This election will test how much cruelty Americans will tolerate, and how many of us crave it.

August 27, 2020


He said, “The president recognizes the best way to restore normalcy to people’s lives is to bring back entertainment options.”

August 20, 2020


An empathy machine sounds like a pretty good leader right now.

August 19, 2020


Somewhere in southeastern Ohio, I drove past two ranch houses sitting side by side with tidy sidewalks and neatly mowed lawns.

August 17, 2020


Somewhere north of Columbus, we tuned in to the first night of the Democratic National Convention.

July 30, 2020


“You can put on a jacket,” she says, “but you can’t take off your skin.”

July 22, 2020


And for a lunatic moment I wonder if it will keep raining until everything is washed clean.

July 13, 2020


Nobody died from the pandemic in New York City the other day.

June 28, 2020


We had a pleasant June for a while, but the long mean heat of summer is finally here. Beyond this, I’m losing the plot.