Jingo Killah

I am not a pacifist. I am Jingo Killah.

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Work your own head out

Monday, February 23rd, 2009

Haven’t been posting. I’ve been watching politics and reading politics and talking politics, but haven’t found inspiration to write about politics. The minute-to-minute assessment of the first month of Obama has been at turns inspiring and entirely frustrating. It’s like he’s on a balance beam, working his first routine of the day, and the whole […]

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Blegging the Questions

Wednesday, January 28th, 2009

I was at a party the other night, and a friend was discussing a type of disconnect that she has with certain types of entertainment.  I was happy to find that we shared the same aversion.  It’s that thing where a character is about to do something that you know is a bad idea, but […]

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Better Know a Crisis

Monday, January 26th, 2009

My dad and I don’t get along politically; he’s on the other team, so to speak, and very knee-jerk when it comes to the political blame-game.  In regard to the financial crisis, he blames only Democrats in Congress, particularly Pelosi and Dodd.  He throws in a little hand-wringing about the failure to drill, how ANWR […]

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rites of conscience

Sunday, December 28th, 2008

Another ‘midnight regluation’ from Bush – the granting of “Rights of Conscience” to medical workers allowing personal beliefs to preside over established procedure. Wow. Thanks to Chris Weignant for the reference. This story may blow up, may not. It captured my imagination right away, and I hope that this will play on Maddow, but with […]

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Was watching It’s a Wonderful Life with my Dad the other night. Yunno, I don’t think I’ve seen the whole thing all the way thru, ever. It comes on, and I watch some of it, or I watch it to the end. I don’t think I’ve ever seen the opening credits. It’s ironic, even though […]

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