Nirvana’s Nevermind – A Recollection

February 3, 2022 Doc Jeffurious 0

by Doc Jeffurious Comedian Billy Connolly once talked about life before Elvis Presley. He described a drab, beige flavored reality. Where music was homogenized and tremendously sing-along-able. Connolly said that once Elvis became widely known around the world the entirety of existence suddenly appeared to be in vibrant color. This […]

My Epic Electric Journey with Men in Parking Lots

February 3, 2022 Indigo Pearl 0

I respond in a manner the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg called “being a lady” and say firmly and with dignity “I don’t do that, I’m not interested,” and am still even willing to end the conversation cordially when he says “Can I at least touch your…” gesturing to my breast.

To Weed or Not To Weed, That is the Question

February 3, 2022 Steve Corbett 0

by Steve Corbett Gray uniformed security guards armed with semi-automatic handguns greeted me at the door a few years ago at the Ocean Beach, California, cannabis dispensary. Getting blitzed is a trip to cloud nine. Getting shot is a trip to the morgue. I expected a roomful of righteous legal […]

Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, & Your Mexicans

February 3, 2022 Steve Corbett 0

by Steve Corbett – Greetings From Scranton Local yokel news talk radio and braying white nationalist social media “broke” the shocking news story. Vague newspaper and television reports followed suit. Scurrilous false rumors spread throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania neighborhood bars, supermarkets and other overwhelmingly white ethnic gatherings. Non-English speaking children, for […]

My Childhood Beef with Coach Pete Carroll

January 1, 2022 Kyle K. Mann 0

by Kyle K. Mann Gonzo Today Publisher and Contributing Editor “Hell, I knew the poor sap over 50 years ago as a little kid. And despite all that money and fame, I wouldn’t want to be him, at least not for the next couple months, and perhaps not for the […]

What to Do About Grandpa

January 1, 2022 Gonzo Today 0

by Wilson Krause Old folks’ homes are not the most pleasant of places. For one thing, they’re so sterile that they more closely resemble hospitals than houses. They’ve got that hospital smell, the one that makes me want to stay home and snap my compound fracture back into place by […]