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2019

December

December 3, 2019
Requested USPS add our house to Informed Delivery today since the rest of the neighborhood has it.
December 5, 2019 1213 hours | @ Epoch
inadequatedotnet Monthly Miusic Mix November 2019
USPS Informed Delivery Request

November

Rhetoric, Economics, Rationalism and more
Warring Warbles Within — A Review of WARBLES by Alex Z. Salinas
Date: November 10, 2019 Time: 1845 hours Location: Epoch Coffee, North Loop
10 November c
Austin’s Downtown Activity Since 1998
November 10, 2019 | 1242 hours | @ Epoch Coffee, North Loop
1454 hours | @ Epoch Coffee, North Loop

October

Fight Neoliberal Democrats Spreading Disinformation on Medicare for All

September

The Protestant Structure of American Culture, Robert N. Bellah
The Rhetoric of Economics
Random Nonsense: Precarity and Resignation

August

Site updated.

July

Almost Forgotten — June 2019 Music Mix

June

Drugs, the Darknet & the Post Office
Getting a Literary Journal to Print

May

Loose Changes — May 2019 Music Mix

April

I’m Gonna Lose My/Unless You Let Me — April 2019
The Mueller Report is Not Free
Selling Designs
How to Get Fired by Your Employees

March

Songs of the Uprising/No More to Give
Songs of the Uprising/No More to Give
A Very Special Music Mix for March 2019
New & Old Music from William
Why the DSA Should Not Endorse Bernie Sanders — Yet

2018

December

A Different World is Possible

November

Why We Need Medicare for All: Reason #2
Student Loan Debt Drove My Family Into Bankruptcy

October

No, Bush Sucked Really Bad, Too

September

Gold Rush in Austin
Do Universities Create Socialists?

August

Austin & San Antonio NIMBYs

2017

November

Eleven Signs a City Will Succeed
The End is Coming
America’s Dental Gap Has Left People Relying on Pliers, Chisels, and Whiskey

October

Should We Regulate AI?
I’m always inadequate.
A Man’s Reaction to “Me Too”
Killing Dogs: The Saddest Thing I’ve Read All Day
No Place to Piss in a Storm
SA Review has a real site!

September

Never Be Afraid to Quit
Every New Beginning
The Neoliberal Agenda and the Student Debt Crisis in U.S. Higher Education
I Carry Rocks. My Job Is Harder Than Yours.
Student Loan Debt Drove Me Into Bankruptcy: A Review
Selling Your Arts and Crafts
Liberty Lunch, Semisonic and 101X

August

If People Really Cared about Trump
Right-wing Mail: Return to Sender
Letters at 3 AM
Trump Voters: Admit It, You Were Wrong
Boomers Will Never Take Responsibility for What They’ve Done
U.S. Student Loan Debt and Neoliberalism
San Antonio Will Never Be Austin
Jeff’s Cancer and Luther’s a Puppy
Giving What You Can
Statues and Treason
Statues and Treason
Dealing With Other People’s Shit
A 12-Step Program to Rescue Public Education
Removing Jeff’s Tumor
Photography: Wandering Jew
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick blames city governments for “all our problems in America”
Doing What You Can
Pet Memoir

July

What Do You Want?
Trump’s Border Tax and Health Care Repeal Fail
Police Sell Drugs, Weapons Online
Painting: “Cube Houses, Rotterdam”
Catchy Title About Death Here
2nd Dark Web Market Seized by Police
Painting: “Merritt Lane, Isle Royale National Park”
Killing Your Pets
Painting: “T. Clark Building, Austin, Texas”
George is Dying
Dark Web Market Bans Sale of Fentanyl
This is Missing Something
Photography: “Tower of the Americas”
Photography: “Gas Station, Burnet, Texas”
Painting: “Stevie Ray”
How economics became a religion
Cannabis Can Save the South
Monthly Music Mixes

June

Submissions
Being a Dilettante
Subscribe to my email list.
Ruta Maya, Part V
“I used to be a liberal. Now, I’m a bumpkin.”
My first tree.
Ruta Maya, Part IV
Originally published on Instagram
Letter from the Editor & Publisher
OCD in 188 Words
And more:
Long-Time Long-Distance Friends

May

A New Direction/Wanna Be Fast — May 2017 Mix
Support the Arts
Ruta Maya, Part III
I was painting random lines when this happened. Trump or Jerry Garcia?
!?
Ruta Maya, Part II
Ruta Maya
My newest painting.
Originally published on Instagram
OCD in 119 Words
Originally published on Instagram
OCD in Words
OCD in 134 Words
Carl chowing down on birthday cake courtesy @sapetsalive.
Remembering, and Forgetting
Selfish, Painful Art
To Those Who Mother
Originally published on Instagram
Originally published on Instagram
Early mornings
stars
Being Depressed
The Dark Web is Boring
I’m ambitious. My first triptych.
Austin & The Gap Generation
Painting the Creative Process
Great piece from @erindemse! Thank you! @saltyraconteur is jealous.
Writing as Wayfinding
Cuteness.
Book Review: Writing as Wayfinding
We voted!
Abolishing Straight-Ticket Voting
Originally published on Instagram
Me and Jeff.
Jeff’s favorite spot.
Check out Kindle Direct Publishing.
Two new @tupress books!
Fin!
Close to finished.
Still changing.
An Isolated Incident of Kissing
We Call It Heat Lightning
Significant changes.
It continues to change.
Holding Your First Book
Proof.
patio
Dedication

April

Won the Cornyation book from @tupress. With @saltyraconteur
Personal Painting
Our first Fiesta medal collection 2017.
No, we’re not.
My in progress painting
Mundi
Manor & Chicon
It evolves.
Cannabis Can Save the South
Brianna notes in a Facebook comment that one can add and subtract paint and words.
Just for you, saltyraconteur.
I Understand Why Trump Voters Are Angry
OCD in 228 Words
New T-shirts! Keep SAne!
Want one of my new shirts? Contact me. #sanantonio #keepSAne
Perfect Words
Brookings Goes Neoliberal on Free College Education
Trump Voters: Getting Back at the Cosmopolitan Elite
The Painter and the Writer
Published: Is OCD the Hip New Mental Illness?
Is OCD the New Hip Mental Illness?
Donald Trump Makes Me Sigh
clique
Carl chillin’. #dogsofinsta
Stop Blaming the Wrong People for Donald Trump
Quantity equals quality when it comes to time.
OCD in 265 Words
OCD in 183 Words
Art we purchased at #fiestaartsfair #fiesta2017
Are Trans Men Real Men?
About William O. Pate II
Sleeping with Mommy. @saltyraconteur
Published: How to Get Rid of Books
Originally published on Instagram
On the Value of Trawling for Readers
Mine’s Longer: On Quality Writing
Me and @saltyraconteur at fiesta arts fair.
I’m Carl el rey fido.
Tower of the Americas San Antonio #fiesta2017
More #fiesta2017 medals! @saltyraconteur
How to Get Rid of Books
White People Outrage & Social Change
Pissing Off White People
Nobility
Local Control Usurped for Uber, Lyft in Texas
If Love is a Battlefield
debts
New Old Stuff Published
i was wrong.
stars
San Antonio in Bathroom Bill’s Crosshairs
I’m Impatient
Here’s Why the UBI is a Bad Idea
Sleepy. Always.
SAMA
Originally published on Instagram
Originally published on Instagram
Gratitude Postcards
Gratitude Postcards
The 21st Century Carnival
SAMA
Originally published on Instagram
Fiesta decorations
Leaving the U.S. Doesn’t Fight Trump
Don’t Let the Sun Get in the Way
Alamo Plaza Redesign Needs Rethinking
300 Words — Plus or Minus
The Arc of History Bends
Pointless Prose
Our Fiesta medal collection grows.
Curling Cigarette Smoke in the Half-Light
the albany entries [consolidated]
Publish a Book?
First story published.
western airways
there’s a bus that’s leaving
Secret, Selfish and Somewhat Hollow
OCD in 556 Words
missing connections
letters from further away
If you’re ever out West, son
he chose to fight
Don’t Devalue My Work
Crumbs: Cubans, Medina, Salaries, Syria Strategy, &c.
bury me underwater
Boston, not Austin
Your Credit Report is Hurting You
Volunteering at San Antonio Book Fest
Most Common Forms of Two-Factor Authentication
Watch Out: ’80s Trump Keeps Mum on Foreign, Defense Policies
The Productive Feminist’s Guide to Anger in Business
Newsprint on the Door
Writing Too Long
The beginning of our Fiesta medal collection.
San Antonio’s Official Flag
Richard Hofstadter, “Anti-Intellectualism in American Life”
OCD in 100 Words
Coat of Arms of San Antonio
Decision 2017: My Choice for SA Mayor
Artist Captures St. Ed’s in Paint
Originally published on Instagram
Crumbs: Lorde, Brecht, Ecclesiastes, &c.
Activist Handbook: A Quick Guide
The Future of Labor

March

Crumbs: Coal, Guys and The Strokes
Enveloped in Music
Crumbs: Lynlie, Ivanka, Betsy and Brady
George is a drive-by kisser.
Black on White
The Darkness and the Fireworks
No More Stories to Tell
Fingertip Memories
Tax Reform Easier than Health Care Reform?
[UPDATED] Letter to SA City Council on Airbnb/Short-Term Rentals
Blast From the Past: drive around the air
[UPDATED] Paying for Newspapers and Guiltily Complaining
[UPDATED] State, Local Official? Drink, Drive, Get Off Scot-Free.
Fight for a World of Peace/I’m Waiting for It — March 2017 Mix
I’m baaaaack . . .
Pro-Life Trump Supporter’s Dog Bites Jeffrey
Pro-Life Trump Supporter’s Dog Bites Jeffrey
States Take on Federal & Local Governments
States Take on Federal & Local Governments
SA Councilman Krier Decries Public Artworks
SA Councilman Krier Decries Public Artworks
SA Councilman Krier Decries Public Artworks
Crumbs: Kasich, The Ides, Cohen, USPS & More
An Open Letter to Trump Supporters
Wendt the Going Gets Tough
Crumbs: Civics, Family & a Story
How Donald Trump is Like O.J. Simpson

February

Crumbs: American Affairs, Sociopaths and Student Loans
Is Manuel Medina San Antonio’s Trump?
Worry About Pence, Too
Unexpected and Flattered
Thoughts on the SA Mayoral Town Hall
Crumbs: LTE to SAE-N, Criminalizing Strikes and more.
Watch Your Back: 3 Tips for Living in Trump’s America
Trying to Get Along

January

Trump Across the Pond
Two Letters to the Editor
Adore Trump or Else
Painfully Resisting Trump
Parking: NOLA & SATX
New City, New Year

2016

December

San Antonio with a Sunny Outlook
Thomas Friedman: Still an Idiot

November

Staying in New Orleans?
New Motto
Here’s How Trumpcare Will (Not) Work
Veterans Day, My Birthday & The Future
Notes on Trump’s Election
Forgot One
Crumbs: Cities, Creativity and Chaos
Republicans Are Responsible For Trump
Airbnb and Corruption

October

Dr. Camenzuli Dental Review Redux
Crumbs
Traffic Signal Data Sharing for Automated Vehicles
Rethinking My Camenzuli Review
Dentistry and Ratings in the Black Mirror
The Land of the Free, Happy, Wealthy Millennial
The Economist Goes Neoliberal on Wallonia
Dr. Camenzuli Dental Review
Delete This Chapter, Steve Case
Letter to Legislators on Credit Scores
Even the Poor Use Division
A Letter to Paul Krugman
I’m a Racist
Go Away, Economists; Take Your Nobel With You
Free Books & So Over Voting
Racism in “Northern Manhattan”
Easy Blackouts [Updated 11OCT2016]
Debatable Decency
Friday Quotes
Who’s Austere Now?
The Landed Gentry in Print
Savage Capitalism in Latin America
President Obama, the Neoliberal
What We Need is a Jubilee
A Change May Come?
’Hood Rent
Because We’re Not Wrong
A Little About Writing Here

September

Wealth’s Control: Christie and the NJ TTF
Credit Scores and Songs
Student Loan Debt & Neoliberalism
Dentistry: More Art than Science
Let’s Call Them Complimentary Issues
Letter to the Editor: Student Debt Relief
Wealth’s Control: Ryan’s Budget Proposal
Wealth’s Control: Rebekah Mercer
Trumpistas vs. Neoliberalism
The Moral Responsibility of Repaying Student Loan Debt
Tech, News & Groceries in New Orleans

August

Apple in Ireland
How to Lose $3.2 Million with $100k (Right?)
Breaking News: Women, Men Can’t Have It All
I Have To Cast Your Way Aside/Suck Out My Good Parts | August 2016 Mix
Personal Political Pronouns
Brief Thoughts on A Brief History of Neoliberalism
Undeliverable Due to Lazy Postal Worker
Rent’s Paid South
Trump a Mass-Murderer?
Business & Intellectuals

July

Sweet Spirit — Baby When I Close My Eyes
Get Off My Back
I’m a Little Unsteady
Free, And Not So
Will life get ahead of me?
Poetry & Words
Letter to the Editor of The Washington Post
I Wanna Be Your Crystal Baller
HC, DT and BLM
Tell them if they’re lookin’ for me / I’m on the road to the next city

June

twitterPATEd
Started Off Kinda Professional / But Now This Shit Is Personal
It’s for your own good / It’s for the neighborhood

May

Debatable.
Unwitting

April

2 Rich, 2 Poor
Oak Second Line

March

Getting Mail in NYC? Fuggedaboutit.
Getting Mail in NYC? Fuggedaboutit.
Flowing Underground
Flowing Underground
Not a Southern Storyteller
Not a Southern Storyteller
New Yorkers, How I Love Thee. Morons.
You know it’s bad when . . .
Texas: The Lone State — Yeah, right.

February

We Moved.

January

The Reading Lottery

2015

December

Delicate Gun Control

November

Tech, Gov’t and Daesh
Thatcher Shatz Coates
Time Lost to User Interfaces — #NoUI
The World is Absurd: Trumping Daesh
The World is Absurd: Trumping Daesh (Conclusion)
A Judicial Duh?
Moonlight Mile
The Redneck Poet
Genius Material
Outsourcing Design & Content
Writing What You Want
The Motor City, Motown, D-town, Rock City, The D, The Arsenal of Democracy
The Oldest Divide

October

Misty on Design, The French Revolution and Tangents
OCD and Misty Again, Plus Work
OCD, Misty and Class War

September

Moving in with Your Parents

August

Kintsugi vs. the rest
Coleman schadenfreude
Hold Steady
I received an award.

June

Gannon on S. Carolina Flag
Cole Nesmith on Ambition and Relationships
Voltaire on Criticism
Jamie Fisher on Failure
Visions of Labour
Bellow on the Arts and Silences.
n+1 on Writing for Money.
Wyndham Lewis on Writing.
Maxine Hairston on Writing Teachers and Writing
Bellow on technology.
Oakeshott on Conservatism.

May

Nice guys do finish last.

April

It Follows
Three Pieces
Jeff doing well.
Jeff is Home!
Jeff at Home
Money vs. Pets
Jeff Status Update 4
Jeff’s Location
Jeff’s catheter is out. We pick him up at 7, barring anything strange popping up.
Jeff’s 3rd Night in the Hospital
Junkyard Jeff
Jeff Update — Post-Surgery
Jeff’s Surgery is Tonight
Jeff in Recovery
Jeff Vet Fund
Jeff Update — Pre-Op
Jeff Update — Pre-Op 2
Jeff is in the Hospital
On Graeber’s Batman
Lepore on History.
What I Want to Be
Priestley on National Satisfaction
Graeber on Bureaucracy
Wendy Brown on Neoliberalism.
Me and My Kindle
This is one lonely blog hanging out there in the ether with no readers.
Jefferson on Amending the Constitution
David Cole on Privacy.
Why the Quotes?
On Not Having Kids
On Not Having It All
Technology as Religion.
Marcia Angell on Obamacare
Job Search Update/Entry
Asimov on Anti-intellectualism
Sam is Dead.
For Posterity: Sam

March

Jay Z on Getting Paid for Your Work
Itchy Fingers & an Update
P is for
Conservative Strawmen
Built to Spill, “Never Be the Same”
Been Around a While
Wasserman on Criticism.
Ugh.
Job Search Status Update 5
Abbott on Writing and Thinking Clearly
No Coding Across the Curriculum
Graeber on Bullshit Jobs
Sharing for a Price in the Sharing Economy
On Debt Relief and Jubilees
Job Search Status Update 4
On the Value of Content Marketing
Zach Dorfman on Writing
Ted Cruz: Best Rhetorician in Politics
On the Objectivity of Algorithms
William Hazlitt on Corporations
Will SXSWi Make SXSW Music Just Noise?
Our SXSW 2015
MR.S. in Economics
Job Search Status Update 3
Thoughts on John Renehan’s The Valley
John Adams on Education
Goethe
Job Search Status 2
Bertrand Russell on Political Ideals
Sue Halpern on Robots Taking Over
TED as Religion
Go to war with Iran? You’re serious?
SXSWi 2015 Foot in Mouth Ex. 1
71° and SXSWi
SXSWi-goers vs. Regular Folks
Current Job Search Status
Apple Watch and #NoUI
Thank you.
Thoughts on Phil Klay’s “Redeployment”
In love with tech.
Some dude on reading and writing.
Sectors, Dreams and Leadership
Old Letters to the Editor
Federal Job Sites versus Texas Job Sites
Emoticons, 1912
I may not be the most religious person, but . . .
Hornby on the Arts
Willa Cather, On the Art of Fiction
Criminal Injustice, Texas
Homesickness
Knowledge and Opportunities
But, Bitcoin!
A dead hand laid upon a living thing.
What I’d Be Good At
Satire in the US and UK
A Reminder
Mad Sanity; Waking Life
left and leaving (again?)
Kindle Newsstand
I know what he means.
Cherrywood
We live in a dangerous world where killing and torture exist and where the persecution of the weak…

February

Dissolving the Air Force and Merging the Guard and Reserve (Part II)
The Corinthian 15 — Protesting Student Loan Debt
Letter to the Editor Was Published!
Decide Where We Move
The Almost Perfect State by Don Marquis
Down the Adwords/Analytics Rabbit Hole
The Presidential Brand
I want my kid to be a gay lawyer with two grandkids and a side of fries.
Washed and Stranded Memories
Online “Content”
Green on Blue on Blue on Green on Green on Blue
Satire doesn’t work on TV?
Not my fault.
When Hope is a Method
On Loving Literature
The Sad New Republic
Perspective
Favorite Creative Writing Quotes
Content
Early Morning Ramblings on Moving and Tech
Beautiful Math (also, three in one day?)
Art and Cities
The Newness
Fair Warning
Entry Status
Good Criticism
A Message to My Email Subscribers
Death and 1099s
Leaning Into the Step Backward
Morality and Debt
donkey chain (that’s german)
finally, a real new one
divestment
confidence, man
The Way Back Machine

January

On Sleeping With Friends

2014

November

Re-enrolling in Obamacare/ACA/BCBSTX

October

Relationship Fact: There Are No Leagues
On Sleeping With Friends

August

Taxing is Crowdfunding (Sorta)
Facebook & International Aid
Executive Immigration
Government’s Innovation & Tech Problems

July

Tech Fails At Lobbying
Design & Tech Overthrow U.S. Government [Updated]
(Robot) Technology and Policy
Letter to the Editor: Leander TOD [Updated]
Warren Chisum & Bitcoin
Like Hannibal Lecter, Economists Eat Brains
The Medieval Sharing Economy
The OCD Inside
THE Mental Illness Song
Helping is Happiness (Even at the Border)
Nin
Is SpaceX the SideCar of Space?

June

Austin & Ridesharing: Finally Coming Together
Don’t Write Stupid Stuff (Or, a Response to Eric Bearse)
Bergdahl and Lyft

April

Writing Again
Buddies
Sequestration Performs A-10 Castration
Granddad and the Past
Rural Planning
Granddad: Censored
A Near-Real-Time Granddad Experience
More Granddad
My Grandfather
Moral Education
Misty
Christian Mocha: $6.66
’90s Bloggin’

March

More Poisonous: E-cigs or Economists?
“Tommy,” by Rudyard Kipling

January

Trying (and trying and trying) the SHOP for Insurance
Introducing Booda Studio Site Beta
Campaign Signs: Designing Vomit (A Series?)

2013

October

Obama: Throwing Long (UPDATED)
Workers Only (Live Here)

August

God Hates Childfree Women
Justifying My Career Change

July

Preview: Ridesharing at Austin City Council
Austin: Quality of Life or Quality Tourism?
I’ve Got Your “Leaning In” Right Here

June

Weekend Reading — 22–23 JUNE 2013
Sequester: Politics of Inaction
Snowden Big Data Fallout in Quotes
Big Data, Microtargeting & Nudging
Tending and Coveting the Flock

May

Austin Innovates While SideCar Litigates
Tom Friedman Needs a Job
Friday Notes — 24 MAY 2013
Show Me Your Budget and Your Values
Atheists, Chaplains and Counselors in Foxholes
Is There a Place for the U.S. Army in East Asia?
Sunday Notes
Delusional or In Need of Media Trainer?
Four Folks Walk Into Public Service . . .
Nit-Picking the NYTimes Biz Section
The CEO Fiction Reading List
Sunil’s Lawsuit Against Austin
Sunil Paul: Apps Transcend Laws

April

Keep Worrying, Your Past Can Still Embarrass You
2013 Notice of Obfuscation (Appraised Value, I mean)
Small Thoughts | Blogging, Freedom and Privacy
NYTimes Sunday Mag Fluffs Weiner
Science Finds-Industry Applies-Man Conforms
Merging the Army Guard and Reserve
I was wrong, but I’m still right.
9 @ 9 from 1999

March

Review: Drift by Rachel Maddow

February

Is There an Education Bubble?
Take Us to Your (Education) Leaders
UnRheesonable
The Missing Ted Cruz Blog Post
Dreams of Poverty
Committeeland on Appropriations Night
MEADS Goes Snarky
Standing in Line at the Pharmacy, Uninsured*

January

Group Home$ in Au$tin
Abandon Hope, All Ye Searching Texas’ Job Sites
Thank God for Texas (Having So Many Uninsured)
Medicaid Expansion, with an Exit Strategy for Texas
Arlene, Pearce and an UnSub

2012

December

Department of Information Retrieval

November

Even the Devil . . .
Collateral Electoral Damage (Part I?)
The Quick, and Sad, Decline of Gen. Petraeus
Four More Years (of Marriage and Obama)

October

Mommy, My Stomach Hurts, or, El Paso ISD Was Right
Shoot First, Ask Christian Slater
An Easier and Printable Voters Guide
Initial Thoughts on Final Debate
Wherein Thomas Friedman Equates Kids & Cars
How to Correct Your Austin Chronicle Voters Guide
End of Summer 2012 Mix
10–1 vs. 8–2–1

August

Seriously?
Corporate Compassion, Government & Community Services: An Idea

July

Bain Capital Force

June

The Sadness of the ACA Ruling
Pascal’s WTF?
Military Personnel End-Strength
MoPac and Genocide
Post-Primary Post

May

The Really Hard Ones
Personal Endorsement: Rep. Lloyd Doggett
Voted!
Risk
Even Warren Chisum’s Mailers Are Weird
My Democratic Primary Endorsements
Under Construction.

2011

January

Austin Creates NYE Drunk Drivers

2010

December

Quote
Oh, and one more thing (on Obama’s capitulation on tax cuts)
As usual, it’s all our fault and we have to fix it. (Updated)
Aspirations/Assumptions
To continue a theme
John McCain needs to STFU

November

“We’re puttin’ the [blog] back together!”

2008

September

What You Missed, 14 SEP 08

August

Wait! Wait! Don’t Tell Me!
2011 Withdrawal’s Effects on 2008 Pres. Election
Gangs

July

Cornyn’s Comm. Dir. Should Learn to Spell

June

I need a raise, too.
Saving Elsewhere, Part II
A Note
Saving Elsewhere
Quick Notes
Convening
I Caucused.
To Caucus or Not to Caucus

May

Air Force Linguistics
MURPHY’S LAWS OF COMBAT

April

“Ennui Gas,” COIN Primer and Stupid Laws
Hillary’s Military Lies

January

Ray McMurrey

2007

December

The movie . . .
Insecurity Strikes Back
High Above the City
I win.
Pot, Meet Kettle.
Four Kinds of People
Overheard

November

Noriega Gives You Wings!
Avert Thine Eyes, Warriors!

October

Foreign Service Officers, Like It or Not, You’re Going
What You Missed 21 OCT 07
Calling out the Christian Right; Bringing in the Fans
Stupid Texas Laws Get Ignored

September

C-130 Hercules
I am a jackass.

August

Best Breakup Song Ever
Happiness is Family
Our New Problem From Hell
Humanities-izing Military Academies’ Instruction
Being Honest . . .

July

All You Who Sleep Tonight
The Ties That Bind
If Love is a Battlefield . . .
Good News and Bad News
How to Produce Ambivalence
This Is The Steeple
What I’m Going Through
Ugh.
Battlefield Historians
The Declaration of Independence
Iraq Troop Redeployment Plans Outlined
How to Get Around the SCOTUS Ruling
iPhoning it in.

June

Buzz is Back: The Tank!
A Failure of Swiftness on A Failure of Generalship

April

First things first
Addicted to Combat
“Your Résumé Is God’s Instrument.”
Strama Goes Pee-Pee

February

Another Personal Update

January

Beginnings, and endings.

2006

September

Zach Braff & Lysistrata (Not related)

August

The Sad Thing About the Terror Arrests

June

The Dangers of Facebook

May

Pat Robertson Leg-Presses 2,000 Pounds?
The Blue Sign-Thingies on Lamar
Protest Songs and Neil Young for Free

April

And Black Lung for the Kids
A/C in the Summer but Not in April?
I’m in The New York Times!

March

Ain’t No Dirty South by Southwest

2005

August

Why Not a Three-State Solution?
letter to the editor published in csmonitor today
that nagging feeling of inadequacy
[Aug. 18th, 2005|12:27 pm]
bush: i’ve got a life to live
kissinger still wrong
[Aug. 1st, 2005|01:20 pm]

July

brainwaves
Operation: Successful
OOYBRM Lessons Learned
[Jul. 22nd, 2005|09:24 am]
the london terror attacks

June

[Jul. 18th, 2005|04:26 pm]
either way you look at it, God must be on vacation
goethe
[Jun. 8th, 2005|08:59 am]
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fruit of our labors
[Jun. 1st, 2005|07:53 pm]
(music) live from iraq

May

getting to the heart of class
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I fucking hate OCD [May. 16th, 2005|11:15 am]
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March

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February

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January

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Mirah with the Black Cat Orchestra — Bella Ciao / Mirah — Jerusalem

2004

December

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November

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Birthday fun!
The Election

October

Letters to the Editor matter!
william safire is an idiot
graham greene
Smoot Profile
Blanco
LEOs

September

haiku
struck
blech
’bout damn time

August

“I could sometimes eat a fried rat with good relish, if it were necessary.”
“Through the Stained Glass: Religion and the Media”
ER, ICU and me.
trend-watching
“Politics has become the sex of the early part of the 21st century.”
“Man loves company, even if only that of a small burning candle.”
we’re all a little bit racist
Lindsay.
grammar and punctuation
disparate thoughts

July

inadequate.net’s temporary home

2003

October

Moonlight Mile

June

Guanajuato

April

War
Applied Mathematics
Brother Machine
What are friends for? Writing about.

March

Iraq
SXSW 2003: The Rest of the Story
SXSW 2003: Day One

February

Austin on Ice and Leah

January

i’m just not that fond of mountains
have you got any magic tricks?
numbers without guidance

2002

November

the execution of all things
sun tzu

October

the people we’ve met in the last five years
bloodsport
“she lost all right to care”
Deer Caught in the Headlights
M.A.D. and pigs

September

Maybe it’s all just one big lie.
rosebud ii
rosebud
finally not final
alive for the last time / it takes such a long time
Visible Ink

July

A Dissection of Discovering a New Artist
freedom and security

May

a woman in green and a man in gray

April

finding the rhythm

March

guerros locos

February

surgeon general warning
“Don’t start no shit, won’t be no shit!”

January

“That’s when I used to love her, but it’s all over now . . .”
Dissection of a first date.
“You boys are trouble.”

2001

December

Pour myself some whiskey.
new orleans (one) [supposed to be two]

November

new orleans (one)
S-11

July

back

April

you’d better run
stars
perfect gentleman
patio
as the alcohol drained the days

March

where you been is good and gone, all you keep is the gettin’ there

February

it’s all around, you just ain’t receiving
February 9, 2001

2000

December

Old WannaBeJournals Homepage
just another scene from the world of broken dreams

November

hopelessly hoping
“rogue” states

October

welcome to the great divide
cocaine

September

i saw the scene unfold
An old “Links” page from an old blog.
struggling to remember the last night of september
in the early morning

August

the king is dead and the queen has flown
i picked up the song
fake smiles
damage report
sit back and drink some beers

July

paranoid and tired, quite before you’re fired
dig deeper, watson
you fucked yourself
off speed pitch
crap

June

if the world were to stop, i’d live in the twilight
the real shady
fucking tops
Wednesday

May

for Tiare
bitch ripped my homeboy’s chains
Africa a’liberate Zimbabwe

April

give me one more chance to try and be a little more unkind
you’re not the revolutionary kind
the killer in me is the killer in you

March

there’s a bad moon on the rise
Quitting another job.
depression

February

mofo
Humor Me
Thursday
a first

1999

September

September 29, 1999
Old Blog Guestbook

April

April 2, 1999

March

March 10, 1999

February

February 27, 1999
February 22, 1999
February 10, 1999
February 3, 1999

January

January 25, 1999
Old Feedback Page

1998

December

December 31, 1998
December 22, 1998
December 15, 1998
December 12, 1998
December 12, 1998
December 4, 1998
What scares you?

November

Travel and big houses.
Blew a tire.
Thoughts collected in tranquility.
Changing
Yankees in Texas
Represent!
“Oh, shit!” Thump!

October

insert THE END here
Go, Dog, Go!
Life as you know it
Pseudo-intellectuals
Solitude
Don’t fall down, you will never get up . . .
It’s about taking a fall
Bell Bottom Blues
Song Sung Blue
jumping
Ballet in the Street
distance learning

September

September 25, 1998
September 22, 1998
September 20 ,1998
September 17, 1998
September 14, 1998
September 11, 1998
September 4, 1998

August

August 28, 1998
August 21, 1998
August 18, 1998
August 18, 1998
August 16, 1998
August 10, 1998
August 9, 1998

July

July 25, 1998
My First Published Letter to the Editor
July 19, 1998
July 13, 1998
July 8, 1998
July 7, 1998
July 6, 1998

June

June 17, 1998
June 13, 1998
June 9, 1998
June 7, 1998
June 6, 1998
June 3, 1998

May

May 21, 1998
May 20, 1998
May 18, 1998
May 14, 1998
May 5, 1998

April

April 28, 1998
April 4, 1998

March

March 29, 1998
March 15, 1998
March 7, 1998
March 3, 1998

February

February 28, 1998