Tag Archives: middle-class

January 18, 2016

It’s where we go and what we do, when we get there, that tells us who we are. Joyce Carol Oates It’s 8 degrees farenheit in Chicago, right at this moment and I’m suffering from a bitch of a cold. … Continue reading

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After the Parade 2

My last post I expressed some reservations about the value of the way the parade seemed tuned to middle-class sensibilities. There was always, since the Stonewall Rebellion, a kind of incipient anarchy about to explode just under the veneer. That … Continue reading

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100 Words- June 29, 2015- After the Parade

After the Parade The Chicago celebration was a tremendous event. Because of the Supreme Court ‘s Same-sex marriage ruling, the turnout was estimated at a million people, with whole families, including toddlers, very visible in the crowd. Personal opinion, I … Continue reading

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