Impeach 45. It’s the logical thing to do.

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There are several legal and moral reasons why the 45th President of the United States should be impeached. All Democrats and Independents are fully aware of them, and I’m sure those reasons will be discussed during the trial. I am here not to discuss those, but rather to discuss the three practical reasons why every Republican Senator should vote to impeach the former president.

  1. It will be good for you. The vote ahead is to impeach a president who is no longer serving. This means that the downside is limited (he no longer has a state-sponsored bullhorn) and the upside…

An old Millennial’s take on a new(ish) Gen Z TikTok thingy

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At the foot of the mountains, at home I stay, by the brinny shores of the Great Salt Lake

Wearing masks to stay safe, trynna avoid the plague, it blows how bad Covid blows

Soon may the Dasher come

To bring Chipotle, some chips and guac

One day vaccines may come, we’ll take our shots and go

Still stuck in my house, it’s been over ten months, I’ve binged all of Netflix even HBO Max

Have you ever noticed how much winter sucks, it blows how bad Covid blows

Soon may the Dasher come

Bring me chicken and waffles, mimosas…

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A follow-up book to a children’s favorite about good manners!

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Hey! Did you you miss Part 1? That’s ok, I just said it was inspired by an old Simpsons’ episode. So here we go again, below just a few examples of what not to do. Read it to your kid when they’re being extra shitty, it’s bound to make you both feel better about yourselves.

I would like you to do us a favor though because our country has been through a lot and Ukraine knows a lot about it. Donny, July 2019

No, Donny, don’t! When an ally thanks you for your support you don’t hold that as a…

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Did you all hear what the FDA said? THE PANDEMIC IS OVER!!! A vaccine has been approved and there is LITERALLY nothing else we need to do to move on from what’s made this year a poopy hellhole of a dumpster fire. And I don’t know about you, but after 9 months of sweatpants and hairy legs, I’m ready to turn my life around with these seven fun resolutions for 2021!

  1. Lose at least 10 pounds: Working from home and living off of Doordash has given me a new Pandemic Panza (that’s Spanish for belly — thanks Duolingo!) And since…

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“Oh, you should have seen us, it was like Christmas and Thanksgiving combined!” She says as she clicks and wets her lips.

She does this more as a tick than a reaction to her own story. Her lips are almost always dry, covering her teeth, and when she clicks her tongue, it barely even approaches the outside of her mouth before retreating.

My great-grandmother, at 96 years old, is still surprisingly lucid and turns out to be a trove of knowledge. …

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The thing about midnight in Southern Kansas is that no matter where you look all you see is space. A blue sky with more stars than you can conceive, so bright you forget the time. Nothing to the left, nothing to the right, just prairie grass and wheat fields as far as the eye can see. Only the Flint Hills, just a silhouette under cover of darkness, stands out so I have to stop. I have to stop to marvel at the land I’m leaving. …

Explorando los acontecimientos del 2019 y 2020

Evo Morales en conferencia de prensa — Wikimedia Commons

The English version is here.

Soy boliviano. Nací en Sucre, donde viví de niño, después viví por un tiempo en La Paz, y de ahí en Santa Cruz, donde pasé mi adolescencia. Después me mude a Estados Unidos, primero a Kansas para la universidad (con beca completa, no hubiera podido ir de otra forma), y ahora en Utah, donde vivo y trabajo con el programa de Visa H1B.

Desde chico he tenido lo que se pueden llamar opiniones liberales. Mis padres me enseñaron que todos somos iguales, independientemente de raza, orientación sexual, religión, etc. Por mi propia cuenta, me interesaron…

A deep dive into a complex story — the 2019 and 2020 elections

Former president Evo Morales at a press conference — Wikimedia Commons

La versión en español esta aquí.

I am Bolivian. I was born in Sucre, where I spent my childhood, then briefly lived in La Paz, and finally in Santa Cruz, for my late teenage years. I then moved to the United States. First to Kansas for college (with a full ride, couldn’t have afforded it otherwise), and then to Utah, where I now live and work under the H1B Visa program.

From an early age I’ve had what most would consider liberal views. My parents taught me to value equality, regardless of race, sexual orientation, religion, etc. On my own…

Sebastian SD

From SCZ, Bolivia. Now in SLC, Utah. Here to read, write, and complain (in that order). I write fiction, humor, and some essays.

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