I voted for Nader in 2000. I still don’t regret it. Since then I have always said that the Democratic Party isn’t owed my vote by default, they’re obligated to convince me why I should give it. It’s why I voted for Bernie Sanders in the primaries. Because of that stance, I feel like I should explain why I’m voting for Hillary Clinton, even though I dislike her as a candidate.
It’s a strange world to rejoin after a decade away. The night is dark and full of neuroses. I have big plans for the thing… or maybe “elaborate” is a better word. Elaborate plans that involve a number of non-musical skills I don’t currently possess, and a lot more work than just organizing the recording […]
David Cross has bit where he wonders if the guy who works at the Las Vegas “New York New York” Casino felt the 9/11 attacks a little more than other people. It feels stupid, in exactly the same way, but I suppose that’s what it is being human, you look for connections to other humans. […]