In this episode I talk about the difficulty of trying to quit smoking. I also talk about trying to think of ideas for a new radio show. I also talk a little bit a relationship and how that is contributing to the mental stew that is brewing in my brain.
In this episode I talk about my growing frustration with the limits of the system and the fascist Trump Regime in the face of my lazy approach to activism. I also talk about my growing doubts of the effectiveness of working within the system to empower true leftists.
In this episode I talk about my new understanding of the importance of pronouns. I also talk about where I am with my gender and sexual identity. Finely I talk about that ever complex relationship between life and flight sim.
In this episode I talk about a wistful Facebook post that blew up on me. I try to explain my feeling that violence is a symptom of mental illness while making it clear that I speak from the experience of being mentally ill and suffering from violent outbursts. I talk about the value of mental health treatment for all and my wish to eradicate all weapons from the world (not just guns).
In this episode I talk about an instance where I failed to listen and communicate. I also talk about jury duty and the criminal justice system. I also mention my ambition to do as the Vulcans do and purge my emotions. Lastly I harp on the internet issue a bit.
In this episode I talk about what I gleamed from reading The Fifty Year Mission (a book about making Star Trek from TNG to ENT). I also talk about the social issues plaguing our society and a jury duty summons . You can learn more about Chico Housing Action Team and sign up for Safe Space Winter Shelter here.
In this episode I interview Moses and Aramenta of The Chico Peace and Justice Center in Chico California. We talk about their Annual Dinner Fundraiser and what The Chico Peace And Justice Center does for activists of Butte County and the greater Chico area.
In this episode I talk about my disability review, an activist gaming night, attending a Chico Peace Endeavor Board Meeting, my on going volunteer activities at The Chico Peace and Justice Center and getting a mentee for HopeXchange’s Bipolar Mentoring Program