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Author Archives: Kat G
I don’t think I even need to do much talking about 2016 except for thank fuck it’s over and done. On one hand, I’ve seen a lot of people arguing how it’s really not that relevant anyway and it’s not changing … Continue reading
I will admit, last year I did not think that I would have a worse year than 2015. Dear gods, when will I ever learn? Do not tempt Murphy’s Law, it will give you everything you ask for, and add … Continue reading
Life presents you a lesson repeatedly until you learn it.
I’ve tried to dodge quite a few of them… and it’s long past time for me to own up to when I messed up. Continue reading
Well, it’s been an interesting week. By “interesting” I mean I’ve been a nervous wreck and barely slept more than a couple of hours at a time. The national outrage is growing. There were protests all around the country today. … Continue reading
That was the Daily News headline this morning, and it captures what I feel very succinctly. Dear mother of God, what have we done. What. Have. We. Done. Look, people. Put aside the fancy slogans and the “USA!” chants, and … Continue reading
I’m sure my fellow CapJazzers received the letter from the production in their production. My assessment? Well done, Capital Jazz! I truly mean it, well done. They acknowledged what happened, they formulated a solution, and offered a goodwill credit in … Continue reading