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February 2021

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Architecture is a Drag

A few years ago, James and I purchased photographs from a local artist that quickly became two of our favorite art pieces. Both depict a drag queen in full regalia – pageant gown, full hair and makeup, crown – performing very non-drag-queen tasks. One of which has her wielding a…
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February 26, 2021
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Texas, We Have a Problem

Takeaways from this week’s snowpocolypse: One - snow is no longer pretty. Two - minus one is not an acceptable temperature no matter where you live. Three - ERCOT needs to get their you-know-what together. And four, every home should have a back-up generator. Growing up in Texas, I know…
jwa
February 19, 2021
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Boundlessly Bad

James and I have spent a good deal of time over the pandemic playing Monopoly on our Wii. (And I’ll pause here while you snicker and roll your eyes over the fact that yes, we still have a Wii.) More specifically, we’ve been playing the “streets” version, which is their…
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February 12, 2021