If those numbers seem impossible to believe, that is what is possible when abuse is spun out over decades because of an institutional refusal to intervene.
Linky Friday is the long-running tradition at Ordinary Times to bring reading from people across the web and around the world to discuss.
And now, for something completely different…to toast, or not to toast? And at what price? Let us find out through the magic of YouTube…
Our case of the week, M&A Associates v. VCX, meant the American classic Debbie Does Dallas was being thrusted forever into the public domain.
Welp…so much for that plan. A Federal judge has blocked the NRA’s bankruptcy filing “not in good faith.”
The opioid crisis has brought a dark and dusty sky upon places like West Virginia, and like all darkness it only abates one way. Shining light.
Recovering from Disneyworld. And that’s why, this weekend will be just spent doing low-key stuff. Maybe some grocery shopping in person.
A moral gerrymandering of my personal Ludditism can become disciplined if I filter that jagged line through the lens of the human condition.
The parallels between the sumptuary laws of old and the Covid restrictions of late are both revealing and instructive.
I thought about some of the best horror games I’ve played. How horror video games get under your skin and Little Nightmares.