Runner's Diary: LA Edition

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Runner's Diary: LA Edition

I've never understood this particular line of carnival barker and must say, the man about a half mile up the road who was holding a "John 3:16" sign and yelling in happy, non-confrontational tone, "God is good!" had a much better marketing plan.

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The Kids Are Alright

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The Kids Are Alright

Maybe I was cool at some point, who knows? But I've hit the "Irrationally upset that those people are late on their HOAs dues" phase. WE DON'T DO FREE RIDES HERE.

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Stranger Things

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Stranger Things

Yes, I've had a messy relationship with American football over the past decade. Whether it's concussions, Michael Vick, domestic abusers, rapists, violence de jour, or the backlash to Kaep, I've gone weeks and nearly entire seasons without watching a down. As a Vikings fan, well, let's say loyalist, I figured I hadn't missed too much.

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Because I'm Happy

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Because I'm Happy

After all, it's who you spend a lot of time with, so it's not like you need to be a high-level empath to have your primary companionship build you up or wear you down.

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My Favorite F Word

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My Favorite F Word

It’s funny because I almost had the word “feminist” tattooed where the snake is, but figured when I reached to shake someone’s hand, a snake would be greeted more warmly than a feminist.

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Soulcraft

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Soulcraft

All the darkness sits outside of the table and the mirror, so even when the world's a mess, one could still see him or herself in the light. 

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Criddlin'

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Criddlin'

“But he aimed it at me, not you, and because I am a woman, he felt he could get away with it.”

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Hey there Facebook...

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Hey there Facebook...

Considering the dumpster fires we’ve all seen on social media, I’m not sure how deeply I could offend.  I’ve seen everything from a dog fight to a man getting shot and killed on Facebook. 

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Independence

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Independence

Whatever level of comfort or discomfort you’ve accustomed yourself to, nothing seems too terrible when you remember it could always be worse.  

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