Catherine Sutthoff Slaton brings new words to the farm.

Andrew Paul: sick of it all.

Linda M. Crate is, dare we say, sick of this shit.

 

 

We hope you are doing okay during this time of uncertainty. We didn't think during a 2 week "vacation" from WORK that the world would experience rapid spread of a pandemic. Here we are. 

 

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Thank god it's Friday, says Lou Gallo.

Kathrine Yets will not be doing the work today. No, thank you.

Jared Pearce returns with three fresh perspectives.

From the north to the south, Sunil Sharma is there, highlighting the divides.

Here's looking at you, kid. Read more by Charles Rammelkamp, former detective

Jared Pearce brings us three poems of paint, pop, and pictures. 

Joseph S. Pete is reporting for duty, Sir.