Amid all the gnashing of teeth because of Clinton's emails, the whole deal reminds me of the millions of emails that were conveniently deleted during Generalissimo Dubya's regime: "The George W. Bush Email Scandal the Media Has Conveniently Forgotten" from Salon & "Bush Advisors' Approach on Email Draws Fire" from the New York Times.
Which leads me to this satirical take about why certain people dislike/don't trust/hate Hillary Clinton: "All the Terrible Things Hillary Clinton Has Done - In One Big List."
Regardless, both cases make me think about how the justice system is rigged for wealthy individuals with connections.
Nontheless, I'd rather vote for the Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson than Trump.
My favorite candidate is Jill Stein, Green Party presidential candidate, but I'm still voting for Hillary.
I'm behind on getting some new music. The Avett Brothers and Sarah Jarosz have new albums, and I'm intrigued by the new album by Sarah Watkins.
This article will make you think differently about the hot dog. But why do the good ones taste so damn good?
I've only read two of of Philip K. Dick's novels, The Man in the High Castle and Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, both of which I enjoyed immensely. I had heard he had a troubled background as many artists do, and a new book uncovers his troublesome life. "Philip K. Dick's Divine, Amphetamine-Fueled Madness" sheds some light on the author. It's adapted from the writer's full-length book.
This morning I was looking at a piece of art from another troubled artist, Jackson Pollock.