I have a secret to tell you: I was born in Indiana. If you don’t think that’s a big secret, it means you’re either unfamiliar with Indiana or you currently live in Indiana and you’re lying to yourself. Thankfully, I’m both familiar with Indiana and not living there. That makes me especially qualified to comment on this Memories Pizza debacle. Continue reading “Taking a Stand on the Gay Hoosier Pizza.”
The Good Old Hockey Game. Its the Best Game You Can Play.
I’m going to let a little secret out here: I play hockey. It’s not a very exciting secret, I know. It probably shouldn’t even be a secret. It is, though. You know why? Because I play hockey poorly. Like, really bad. I’m at the bottom of the talent ladder on a hockey team that’s at the bottom tier of a bottom league at the rink. We’ve got some good skaters, too. We still don’t win. It’s not their fault. Know what I’m saying? Continue reading “Here’s Your Zero Tolerance on DUI: The Zamboni Guy Is In Jail. Happy now?”
How to get the worst possible sentence… as illustrated by “War Machine”.
“War Machine” seems to be doing everything he can to make sure he’s not only convicted, but locked up for a long, long time. He’s got to be driving his lawyer nuts. This is a classic case of how just about everything you do can and will affect what happens in court.
Continue reading “How to get the worst sentence possible (Hint: Think “War Machine”).”
A few posts back I wrote about Brittany Maynard, her brain cancer, and her choice to die with dignity. Of course, she won’t be making that choice in Illinois- we like laws and regulations almost as much as we like imprisoned lawmakers.
She’s released another video. If you’re not aware, she had originally set this weekend as the date to pass on under her own terms. This video it tough to watch. She seems to imply at the beginning that the date may change, although that seems less likely the further you watch. Continue reading “The latest on Brittany Maynard.”
Update: 10/30/14- Brittany has a new video out. You can find it here with less commentary than appears in this post. Although, there is still some commentary… because Illinois’ regulation of death is still nonsense.
Isn’t there some sort of saying about how dreams do come true? Maybe not right away, but eventually? Sadly, I think that today is “eventually.”
Back in 2011 I wrote a moderately sarcastic (for me) post about what I wanted to see out of the world in 2012. Titled, “A look ahead to 2012: How about less Lindsay Lohan (or Sam Hurd) and more physician assisted suicide.” The post was aimed at mocking the recent crime news and wishing for a return to when there were more pressing news stories of public concern. It was a smashing success that earned three “likes” on facebook and one twitter mention. The crush of publicity was hard to live with, but I managed. Continue reading “When Dying is Outlawed Only Outlaws Will Die in Peace.”