Until America loves its children more than its guns nothing will change. This time another two dead kids; a six-year old boy and a thirteen-year old girl at the Garlic Festival in Gilroy, California.
Will North & South Korea benefit from cultural connections at the Olympics? If so, it may be the best outcome of a lackluster Games. Meanwhile back at Homeland, ripped from the headlines. Will Alex Jones mount a standoff? Guns. Militias. Tipping toward civil unrest.
Franco out. Tiger in.
Read Lisa Halliday’s debut novel, Asymmetry. The first section a novella memoir of her romantic liaison with a forty-years older Philip Roth-esque author mentor. That section was good. The second and third sections failed as did the structure. Not so much.
Book Treks reviews.
Common cable news event coverage. Mass shooting somewhere. Who? Troubled student. Disturbed lone teen. Deranged hermit. Jilted lover. Angry religious couple. What? Spray of bullets leaving many dead in a short time. When? Morning. Evening. Afternoon. Where? School. Social gathering. Planned Parenthood. College. Church. Why? Who cares? How? Assault weapons.
Common denominator. Guns. Guns. Guns. Guns. Guns.