Category Archives: Mass Shootings

Sacrificial Lambs

It was a normal dinner on that evening in 1996. But it was also one that I can never forget: it was the day when I lost my father. As always, we were watching the national news during dinner. Then … Continue reading

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Another Day in America

By now, you’ve heard: the shooting at the Garlic Festival and now, one at a Mississippi Walmart. Already, someone on Facebook has pulled the “don’t politicize the death of a child” bullshit, claiming that unless you’re upset about deaths in … Continue reading

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Just Another Day in America

I was going to post something rather light today, something easy to read, as the news lately hasn’t been kind and we’re all fatigued. But I can’t. Not today. Not after this. Another school shooting. More children dead. More children … Continue reading

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The Time is Now

By now, you know about the shooting at the University of North Carolina. You probably also know that the suspect has been caught and booked for murder. Before you ask: yes, he looks extremely white, which would explain why he was taken … Continue reading

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Social Anxiety

It has been an awful span of weeks. Last February, I had my MRI. Two weeks ago, I had a dentist’s appointment. Last week, I had a doctor’s appointment and a dental appointment and Prime was sick the entire week. … Continue reading

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This Happened

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Again, we have yet another school shooting. Again, we have offers of thoughts and prayers but no real action. Again, we have those placing the blame for this on anything from abortion to taking god out of the schools to … Continue reading

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