Book Review: The Wonder Bread Summer by Jessica Anya Blau

Released: May 28th 2013 Publisher: Harper Perennial Purchase: Amazon Rating: 2/5 *A paperback copy was provided by publisher in exchange of an honest review. Synopsis via Goodreads: It’s 1983 in Berkeley, California. Twenty-year-old Allie Dodgson is a straitlaced college student working part-time at a dress shop to make ends meet. But when the shop turns out to be a front for a dangerous drug-dealing business, Allie finds herself on … Continue reading Book Review: The Wonder Bread Summer by Jessica Anya Blau

Bus Chronicles: Drug Dealing Baby

Friday evening, I was in a foul mood, completely drained and just wanted the comfort of my bed. It seemed like an eternity, before the bus came through. To be exact, it took a whole hour. The entire time, a young mother took the liberty of going bat shit crazy on her young one. She kept scolding, screaming and making threats about facing the wall … Continue reading Bus Chronicles: Drug Dealing Baby

For Thought: Dr. Murray found guilty, was justice served?

After 2 years of unrest and weeks of intense testimonies, the jury in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson‘s personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, came to a verdict: Guilty. At 4pm on November 7, the 12 jurors unanimously agreed that Murray was indeed responsible for Jackson’s death by administering a deadly dose of the sedative propofol to the King of Pop after he complained of insomnia.  Continue reading “For Thought: Dr. Murray found guilty, was justice served?”