…without further ado…here is the next installment of Palestine’s Fine, an account of when I accidentally went to Palestine back in the Winter of 2014. If you haven’t read it yet, you might want to check out Chapter 1 first. Chapter 2: The Allenby Bridge Debacle It was March 2014 and I had just finished … More Palestine’s Fine Excerpt: Chapter 2
Chapter 1 The Allenby Bridge “Wait what? This bus is going to Palestine?” Ruh-roh. also: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xz3ZOoYSMuw …. second 31. The West Bank was exactly the place I did NOT want to be going. Surprised, yet not utterly shocked by my circumstance, I was both intrigued and a bit afraid of what was coming next. People had … More Palestine’s Fine Excerpt: Chapter 1
See that toilet bowl scum? That, my friends, is the first thing I noticed when I walked into my assigned room aboard the SS Minnow in 2017. It was my fourth year working as Lunchlady, and I would be on the ship for 120 days, from April to June, travelling from San Francisco to El Salvador, Hawaii, Seattle, … More Diary of a Sailing Lunchlady
Subtitle: I Hate Ventura Subtitle: Hobo City Subtitle: This is what happens when you camp in the off-season by a freeway, behind a sketchy bush For Tina It was supposed to be the storm of the century when we set off on our bike trip. New Years Day 2016. Me, Katrina, and Jansyn. I met … More Draft: Fidlar – El El Niño Bike Trip
“Just another manic Monday” is playing on the radio as I drive the studio’s rented white minivan to pick up the kilt and circle glasses wearing ginger costume designer and drive him to the studio. I am a production assistant, all of the sudden. Don’t ask how I ended up with this job in my … More The Devil Wears Plaid Kilts
Once upon a time…I accidentally went to Palestine. It was in the Spring of 2014. I went with a program called Birthright. They paid for my tickets to and from Israel and provided a 10-day tour of the country, giving me the option to extend my stay beyond the scheduled program at my own expense, … More Story Time–How I accidentally went to Palestine.
Every year, it is possible that many monkeys are diagnosed with lung cancer, especially in the entertainment industry. Helping to raise awareness for this heartbreaking affliction, MLCAA provides financial and psychological support for monkeys suffering from lung cancer and tobacco addiction. Note: this is a joke, possibly with some truth