Wanderers in the Dark

The bubbles of carbonation, slowly rise like a balloon following the wind; until they pop. But it is the journey that matters. To look down from the window of a plane, to see the ground fall beneath you. To feel the vibrations of the engines propelling you into the; to fall with style. It is … Continue reading Wanderers in the Dark

Political Socialization

For the past six years I have gone to the same barber and have received the same fifteen dollar haircut that we (the barber and I) have come to label as the “Southern Swoop” (also previously known as the Democrat, the Kennedy, or in some places the Republican). I usually tip my barber five dollars, … Continue reading Political Socialization