In “What’d I Miss?” Myra, who survived a long coma, considers how living a healthy life for loved ones means more than the romantic notion of dying for them.
Ossie’s dad drops the wisdom of asking yourself what would make you stop following any leader. And what it means if the answer is “nothing.”
While Ossie tries to wrap his head around the idea of liberals emasculating men through food choices, Myra how women might be de-feminized.
Ossie wonders why some folks want to tear down everything, even what they mostly like, when collaboration could be more productive.
The counterculture hangout Mutiny Information Café faced closure by the city, until a grassroots effort emerged to save it within 24 hours.
Myra sarcastically chides Ossie for shaming women over how they dress — but changes her tune when she learns what he really means.
Everyone pitches in for things that don’t benefit them directly, but Myra wonders why some see student loans differently.
Ossie and Myra may have taken the week off, but “Conservative Jesus” is working overtime to smack down student loan forgiveness.
Myra has missed 30 years of her life, due to a coma, but has found a new friendship with her young neighbor, Ossie. Together, they both are searching for their place in this world. < Previous | Start from the beginning | Next >
Myra has missed 30 years of her life, due to a coma, but has found a new friendship with her young neighbor, Ossie. Together, they both are searching for their place in this world. < Previous | Start from the beginning |