From Harvard to Homeless to Homey to Hooker

Monday, November 19, 2018I have a morbid sense of humor. I find amusement in things that others might find depressing, upsetting, even mean…I readily make myself the brunt of a joke if it makes me laugh. This practice is called “gallows humor.” I always understood gallows humor to be the jokes people made between themselvesContinue reading “From Harvard to Homeless to Homey to Hooker”

Does the Following Statement Make Me Sound Hopelessly Insecure and Irredeemably Jealous…or Am I Normal?

Am I “regular person crazy,” which means being dysfunctional in the usual ways–or is my jealousy unusual?

Here’s how to go from spending time to time well spent

How do you go from spending time to time well spent–by sharing the memories that create your life with people who can give you a new point of view and hence a new life.

Part III: I Know How To Beat A Polygraph From My Time in Prison Where the Guards Were More Criminal Than Their Charges

THE DREAM OF A BIG AND QUICK PAYDAY Women at the Women’s Community Correctional Center in Kailua, Hawaii, and the Oahu Community Correctional Center, in Honolulu, Hawaii saw women who went before them and did what people always say is wise. They tried to learn from history and take lessons from those who came beforeContinue reading “Part III: I Know How To Beat A Polygraph From My Time in Prison Where the Guards Were More Criminal Than Their Charges”

I figured out why we have such mixed feelings about the police–we are asking them to do what they are not supposed to do and I know why

Shaking up what we “know” to be true is my purpose and there’s a lot of so-called “truth” to dispute

I have held some truths to be self evident that were simply not true and I wonder how wrong I am right now without even knowing it.

Did You Know There Would be So Much Death

I thought physical aging was the worst part of getting old and believe me it is no picnic to go from beautiful to very attractive, bu the worst part of aging is the inevitable loss of everybody. I had no idea.

Part II: How I Beat a Polygraph. I Didn’t Get Any Prison Lawsuit Money but I Got A Different Reward

I beat the polygraph not on purpose but because my quirky thought process was incomprehensible to a machine that measured linear reasoning and reactions, not tangentiality.

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