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Crime in major US cities is and has always been an issue. Some cities are better than others and some cities have some major problems.  Chicago has always had a problem with gun violence and is always in the national news.  But when was the last time you heard bout Albuquerque or Kansas City in the news?  And besides the popular television show, Portlandia, when did the national news talk about a crime wave in Oregon?    I’ll give you a moment. This past weekend in Kansas City, Mo, a 4 year old boy was shot in the face while sleeping. ((https://www.kctv5.com/news/local_news/this-is-a-nightmare-kansas-city-boy-dies-after-shot-in-face-while-sleeping/article_7cadcfd6-b9ed-11ea-bd52-6bfe40705268.html)) This past Tuesday, fifteen people were shot in a drive-by shooting at a funeral. ((https://www.cnn.com/2020/07/21/us/chicago-funeral-home-shooting/index.html)) Both of these things are tragic incidents, painful and unacceptable to any city, but this violence didn’t just suddenly occur. At least in the case of Chicago, there has

Featured image from the last great Depression. Well, this news certainly isn't "tasty". (Man, I am so sick of being gloom and doom). Take a look at this chart: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/06/29/nearly-half-the-us-population-is-without-a-job-showing-how-far-the-labor-recovery-has-to-go.html I look at that chart above and think, "that can't be true". It's rather shocking. But I think some more and I currently know two people personally who lost their jobs. So I ask you: (Now we'll see that only one person reads this website

Back when Tekwh0re.net used to be popular, I had forums. I ran them under Tekwh0re.net and Veritas Parit. I'm tempted to start them again however they don't work unless people actually use them. They were very interesting when I had them. In some ways, I'm trying to rebuild a posse again, I suppose. A group of creative, technical, political, deep thinking cadre of idea sharing and discussion. Twitter is far too short for this. Mind you- Might be Tasty isn't getting the traffic yet either to really begin to start thinking about supporting itself but I'm working on it. Maybe I'm just super nostalgic for the early 2000's. I think people's dumbfuckery was less on display then. I mean here is the real question: Have people gotten dumber or has technology gotten

Crazy awful week- what can I say? I hate drama and politics. Besides wanting credit for work that I have done/created, I want to be a low key, under the radar kinda woman. I don't want to be the queen of anything in corporate America. I mean to me, that is a stupid goal as I would much rather rule life. That being said, things haven't been going well lately. My stress has been through the roof. I'm literally in a situation I have no control over and it's rough. Add in the COVID pandemic and the nonsense that is our current American leadership and that leads to a feeling of being trapped indeed. Wait.. then add to that the EU says Americans might be banned and can we say "trapped and claustrophobic"? Anyway,

I slept like shit. I have massive stress going on right now at work. Add a dash of COVID-19 and not being able to work out or travel, I can't sleep well, I'm fairly certain I have a stomach ulcer and my health is struggling at the moment.  It's got me depressed, down, and feeling defeated. But nothing worse or more than I have been able to take. Its just unpleasant you know? If I get fired, its not the end of the world. Live goes on. You move on, you figure it out. You just cannot get catatonic "woe is me" to the point of inaction. That serves nobody but the Devil. And we make the Devil OUR Bitch, remember? So as stressed out and unhappy as I am right now. As uncertain everything is, I remember