A thought bubble has been forming for a while – today it rose to the surface and broke. I started to remember the things that I hated about racism and prejudice as a child, teen and as a young adult. I hated how racism made people so lazy mentally – it was too easy to […]
November 28, 2007 – 18:18 — Joanne I don’t really know if it’s the same today, but when I was a kid our play really was practice for our adult lives. Because we moved in fluid packs of anything from 3 to 20 kids – depending on the season, activity and who was fighting with, […]
Monet’s ponds, Blake’s wherries; Waites’ piano, Neruda’s cherries; ee cummings’ winter, Keats’ Fears; Shakespeare’s desire, Tennyson’s Tears – I’m stumbling between the feet of giants.
The world is full of concerned citizens doing their bit to make it a better place – for every 100 abusers there has to be at least one idealist beavering away to make a difference. But I think that we can do more. By now we have most of issues covered – everything from dolphins […]
This is an old story about a new case – well, an old and a new case. Really – I am not making this up… Let’s make this movieThu 2 Jun 2011, 14:47 Imagine for a moment: you’re bored with everything else on TV and you’ve found one of those lone-cop-busting-corruption films on an obscure […]