Our perceptions of other people, when we lack context, especially someone you meet for the first time, can be jaded by situational circumstances. To prove my hypothesis, I’d like to try a little experiment in sociological phenomenology (a fictional new branch of anthropology) that I’d like you to participate in for the sake of pseudo-science or better yet, to argue my point using logic and reasoning.… Read More Are you on drugs, lady? Or, is Walgreens new policy to fill only judgement biased prescriptions?
My patience left my body and vocabulary not so long ago. It buried itself in our unorganized two car garage near the washer and dryer. It’s adverb “patiently” waiting and hiding from other eyes under some mildewed, smelly step kid laundry I refuse to wash after two years. … Read More My Cancer Ate My Patience
You can bet that any video, story, blog post, meme or feature about cats and kittens far outreaches any similar piece on any form of cancer. Who in their right mind wouldn’t want to watch the oldest cat video of two kittens in a boxing ring wearing tiny little gloves made in 1884? I’d bet way more than any video on cancer prevention which has a far better chance of killing you than an angry rabid kitten. Do I need statistics to prove my point? Unlikely.… Read More CATS and KITTENS!
A transcript of my imaginary phone call to The Cancer Store’s unhelpful desk. While the veracity of these two seemingly innocent characters is dubious, the names are changed to protect their identities, so by reading any farther, you waive your rights to any legal action should they bear any resemblance to anything or anyone living… Read More My phone call to Cancer’s customer service