This blog is filling up, so check out:
davidbruceblog #2: davidbrucehaiku and other poetry: https://davidbrucemusic.wordpress.com
davidbruceblog #3: retellings and philosophy: https://cosplayvideos.wordpress.com
David Bruce: William Shakespeare’s As You Like It: A Retelling is in davidbruceblog #3.
Andrew Tobias: I’m With Reagan and Scalia
We have a crying need for: a ban on the sale of assault weapons (as Ronald Reagan and Antonin Scalia both favored, and our local police do) . . . bans on the sale of bump-stocks and “gun kits“ (where you assemble your own untraceable weapon from a few parts) . . . a ban on the sale of high-capacity magazines . . . heightened requirements for the purchase of “silencers” (Republicans are trying to loosen them) . . . a hike in the age of purchase to 21 (dads could still buy rifles for their 12-year-olds) . . . effective universal background checks that close “the gun-show loophole” and screen out — or at least subject to greater scrutiny — those with mental health or disciplinary histories.
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Ballet dancers and singers
Can also be good
NOTE: Many Impressionist artists painted landscapes outdoors, but Edgar Degas preferred to paint indoor scenes of entertainers such as ballet dancers or singers. A landscape artist once asked him whether such subjects were suitable for art, and Mr. Degas replied, “For you, natural life is necessary; for me, artificial life.”