Deadly Jobs

It’s a tragedy every time a police officer is injured or killed.  But it shouldn’t be an excuse for shooting first and asking questions later.

Every year in the United States about 100 cops are killed in the line of duty.  Half are accidents, the other half is murder.  Cops kill about 1000 people a year.  About 25 times more than people kills cops.

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Carol Baskins and the 1 percent

We fled the summer hell in Arizona for heaven — San Diego.

Original plan was to spend more time in the LJBTC community.  No Dogs allowed.  But that got cancelled.  We found a pet-friendly vacation rental in Del Mar, and that’s how Carol Baskins got to rent her time with the 1 percent. She lived up to her name, sort of.

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Cops and Control

I like cops. I once tried to help control a riot — we needed the cops to restore order.  I will forever be grateful for their presence that day. My father wrote a book on the history of modern police.  (Sorry it’s out of print).

But cops and the entire criminal justice system need to change.

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Last Dance for Lance

Covid-19 has forced us to replace sports with documentaries about sports. Kills time, but fucks up the betting.

ESPN played “The Last Dance”, Michael Jordan’s ode to himself, and 30 for 30’s series on Lance Armstrong practically back-to-back.

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Defining Fascism

The democrats cried “fascist” like the boy who cried “wolf” and it sucked all the power out of the word. I thought it was stupid at the time, and I still do. 

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Fat Biker: Numb Nards

Covid-19 Quarantine has sent many of us scurrying back to our bicycles.

Some for the first time since childhood. I see them on the bike paths, wearing a T-shirt and jeans shorts with no pads, gears squeaking from the spider webs they didn’t bother to wipe, and weaving all over the road like drunks.

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Porn in their pockets

Old people often look back on their youth as a simpler time.  That’s bullshit. Life was complicated as soon as we dropped out of the trees and walked across the savannah on our hind legs.

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Kieran's Humor

Not suitable for children, the sensitive or those hoping to get into heaven.

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