Category Archives: Politics

Odds and Ends.

On Friday night, I flirted with a young Italian woman. I hope I can see her again. She’s not the¬†“amazing woman” that I immediately think I will¬†marry, and who then ends up not wanting me. She’s a young woman who’s … Continue reading

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The Date.

I hinted at this towards the end of my last post. We’ve had three dates so far. And each one was absolutely remarkable — in the way we were sharing, and talking, and scheming, and having political ideas, and even … Continue reading

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A New Project.

I have a trajectory now. A plan. A purpose. A direction. And that is such a good thing. The Trump election really messed with me. Like it did with many people. And it did one thing in particular: it yanked … Continue reading

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The Nightmare.

It came true. America did it. This past week, I have been losing sleep over this. I am scared. What is going on? I hope people all around the world will finally realize and wake up to the fact that … Continue reading

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Rattled.

Yesterday I met a friend. She asked me “How are you?” I thought for a moment and then said “Rattled.” These are weird times. And I haven’t written in almost two months. It’s impossible, of course, to catch up with … Continue reading

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Setting the Sails for 2016.

It’s been almost two months that I have not written. I have been pretty sad recently, because of the political situation — not only in Germany, with the refugees, but all over Europe really. In Poland, they have a horrible … Continue reading

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What’s the percentage of violent assholes who were born in this country?

How do you stop worrying about the world? I cannot shake the anger and sadness. What’s close feels closest, so I feel closest to the conflict between refugees and right wing assholes in this country — Germany. I believe that … Continue reading

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