A Mostly Oral History of a Portion of October 12th, 2019

SCENE: Russell Wilson approaches the door of Pete Carroll, which is of course open.  Carroll sits in a reclining chair, eyes rapt on a set of dual monitors; one displays what appears to be a series of clips of Marianne Williamson’s various debate performances, the other Travis Etienne highlights.  As Wilson comes closer to the … Continue reading A Mostly Oral History of a Portion of October 12th, 2019

On Identity

I've always loved baseball for one main, stereotypical reason: it's a reflection of life. Sometimes you succeed and touch a glorious moment, sandwiched between many failures. You can't swing at everything, especially the curves. Win or lose, you do it all again tomorrow, under the guise of a clean slate, which is a beautiful and … Continue reading On Identity