Monthly Archives: July 2016

Hurt Feelings Report

July 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

During my semi-annual lazy comb-over-ing of the web [insert joke about Donald Trump’s hair here] I was somewhat shocked to see just how many backlinks existed on the net for a document that hasn’t existed on my server for yeeeeeeeeeears. A document I created as a joke while working at Mackie. Not even one of the better jokes (it was a really fun office). I posted it to my web […]
Stopping rampant sexual assault in Seattle’s nightclubs

July 18, 2016 | 10 Comments

I’m getting really, really tired of hearing 1st- and 2nd-hand reports of ladies in our Seattle music community narrowly escaping (or not) sexual assault perpetrated within the clubs we all frequent. As someone who has been drugged 3 times while keeping very careful control of her drink, I can tell you that, in a public bar/club environment, there is no way to protect yourself 100% against being drugged. Someone determined to […]
You feel it too, don’t you?

July 15, 2016 | 1 Comments

Well it’s pretty hard to ignore… this decidedly negative tilt the world has right now. Even with near-daily random acts of mass violence, the world is far less brutal today than it has been historically. What is out of the ordinary, however, is the HUGE swath of people I know going through personal trials or hardships, be them self-inflicted or outside their control. Myself included. At this point it seems like more are struggling […]