Category Archives: activism

CJ’s Valentine Tour

Sunday, February 14th 2021 . One advantage about losing all your work to the pandemic is more time for the kids. On this day we manage to drive our daughter around town to bring Valentines to a few friends. . … Continue reading

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Look at That Cat: Domestic Sports

Saturday, February 13th 2021 . So what if I should be embarrassed by how much of the day is spent looking at our cats and making up dumb stuff about them. What can I say; it’s CircusKitchen Quarantine. . . … Continue reading

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Farewell Trump Love Randy Rainbow

Tuesday, January 19th 2020 . I normally dislike anything with his name in it, but when in the form of a heartfelt farewell it doesn’t feel so bad. “SEASONS” OF tRUMP – A Randy Rainbow Song Parody [3:41]: . Randy … Continue reading

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Melania Has a Song In Her Heart

Tuesday, January 19th 2021 – Inauguration Evening . With A Song In Her Heart, Melania Trump Returns To New York [9:51]: . *

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Post-Insurrection Meditation Exercise

Monday, January 11th 2020 . Inspired by these words below here, on this day I signed up for an online meditation thing. . This person Dr. Amanda Kemp is someone whose black voice I’d like to tune to, and amplify … Continue reading

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SEDITION! Aka: #FreeRandyRainbow

Friday, January 2021th . SEDITION! – A Randy Rainbow Parody [3:45]: . How enamored I am and indebted we are to Randy Rainbow for his tireless efforts trying to salvage any shreds of sanity throughout this entire “administration” from hell. … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving 2020

Thursday, November 26th 2020 . . . Zooming for Thanksgiving is about what you’d expect. Between technical challenges and standard chaos, we sign off before too long. But not before Gavin consults Bubble Wow on the best practices for how … Continue reading

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Hospital Clowning: COVID Safety Tips with Drs. Mal & Be Bopper!

November 24th 2020 Hot off the press, here are two safety videos with Dr. Mal Adjusted & Dr. Be Bopper: . Social distancing and masking: Tips from Dr. Mal Adjusted and Dr. Be Bopper [1:59]: . COVID-19 hygiene: Tips from … Continue reading

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Diamond Jack

Apropos of nothing –save perhaps a steadfast general commitment to doing good in the world– here is this thrilling cartoon which Gavin found and we love. Enjoy! Diamond Jack [3:06]: . *

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Election 2020: #CountEveryVote Rally in Boston with the Kids

Wednesday, November 4th 2020 . Boy: We shouldn’t have to worry about the outcome of this election! Me: Why? Boy: Because I’m a KID! Me: I think you mean, you shouldn’t have to worry about whether this election is fair. … Continue reading

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