Hot but manageable this late-afternoon Thursday here in California’s Central Valley — temps have been high-90s this week, but by the weekend, supposedly back into the unbearable triple digits. Heat in the summer time… In a news respite from the unsurprising coronavirus surge (yet still scary as shit), the worsening nasty antics of the T-Rump, […]
A black plague of news — Run: ‘Have I got a long way to run?‘ (Illustration: Pablo Picasso’s ‘Les Deux Saltimbanques: l’Arlequin et Sa Compagne,’ found here).
Earthquake just a few minutes ago, and according to the USGS, the shaker, located south of Lone Pine, California, registered a 5.8 on the Richter Scale. I was lying on my bed surfing the InterWebs on my iPad when I felt a couple of ‘ripples,’ a physical impossibility without some external, weird help, and I […]
Another blurb of Leroy and me on a hike along the Rascal Bike Path here in Merced, a city of a bit more than 80,000 about an hour north of Fresno on the 99, heatedly-blistering in California’s Central Valley. This morning, however, our walk was really nice — we’d started early, missed the up-driving temperatures […]
In the mishmash of shit flowing through the airwaves nowadays, some words of wisdom from 17-year-old climate-change crusader, Greta Thunberg, who ignites the slender, but strong-adjoining thread between the coronavirus pandemic and the way-crisis in earth’s environment: Image found here. She speaks reality in an interview this morning via the Guardian: Greta Thunberg has said […]