first off, because I am one. A man, and a man of experience. Over the course of my life I have experienced events, challenges and successes that have left indelible memories on my body and in my mind. Scars of misadventure, memories of heartstopping beauty, meditations of epic solitude, conversations with brilliance. All have created… Read More How I became a designer of menswear
Poison or pleasure? Fruit or vegetable? Sweet or bitter? Sliced,diced,purade,stewed,sauced,stuffed, that well known fruit can be recognized in dishes all over the world, the distinctive red skin and flesh. But it was not always so. During the Middle Ages and before, the tomato was a secret of the poor. A treasure of serfdom riches… Read More The undefinable tomato.
I just witnessed a child getting excited and pointing something out to their young friend. After a few moments I realized it was a y shaped fire hose connector, comminly referee to as a Siamese connector. Which was clearly labelled above the pipe. The child’s excitement was over the name, as she is clearly Siamese.… Read More Racism in common culture
In just over a year I will reach that milestone of age, fifty, the big five-o, half a century, and starting today I have begun to think about it. Never in my life have I ever imagined or day dreamed, or even considered my life after 50. It has always been a far off number… Read More Milestones till gravestones
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Idiots and their religious law. How is this different from Iran? Mississippi has just passed the religious freedom act, enshrining these values into law. Ephesians 5:22-23 22 Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord. 23 For the husband is the head of the wife as Christ is the… Read More American Theocracy, a lesson for the Religious right