i make a body doublee to distracticate the stabacks employ. it convincing it a patato with candy corn stuck in it. i ate the candy corn.
— birdsrightsactivist (@ProBirdRights) October 18, 2017
I dreamt of her, and I never have before. Jessica appeared to me and was flirtatious. She was always a little bit that way but even more so in my dream. We were laying together and at one point she sucked on my fingers. We didn’t kiss, though. Strange. It was a happy, hopeful dream in one way but wistful and filled with regret over what might have been on the other. It also reminds me not to be so repressed. One of the joys of middle age, I am finding, is that I’m letting go of that repression. The regret I feel at never having told her how I really feel has taught me that much.
Let’s see how this works.
Today’s Daily Prompt speaks of anticipation. If you’re a U.S. citizen east of the Mississippi, this is what you might be looking forward to:
Plan accordingly and stay safe, everyone!
I gave it my all anyway! Let your freak flag fly, people!
Newly minted PhD Patrick Wyman has set out to ask how and why the state became the dominant political entity of our world. We take it for granted that this is the case, but Dr. Wyman takes us through history to demonstrate that this wasn’t a preordained certainty. Instead, he demonstrates that the dominance of the state emerged through a complex process that is worth examining. I look forward to what he has to say about all of this. Take a listen for yourself at his site on the Wondery podcast network.
I ISN'T A PEEP I NOT FILLED WITH MASHMALLOW I FILL WITH RAGE
— birdsrightsactivist (@ProBirdRights) April 16, 2017