Monthly Archives: June 2022

Morbius: A Review

I could watch Morbius for $3.99. The price was about right. I don’t know the character from the comic books, but I’d seen a few articles and reviews so I knew that a doctor turned into a super-vampire. Michael Morbius … Continue reading

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Today I have invented a new word: worldsetting. (I can’t prove I invented it, but it didn’t turn up in a Google search so I am taking credit.) I invented it to solve a problem I’ve had for a while … Continue reading

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The Sitting Room

The Sitting Room is a national treasure tucked away in a modest tract home in a rural part of Sonoma County. This library/archive/meeting space devoted to literary works by women had a birthday celebration on June 4, which included an … Continue reading

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Pride Month is Here

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