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On October 3rd, 2020 The New York Times Magazine published an extensive feature describing how within the next decade, the number of elderly homeless Americans will triple.
We need a new dream,
because the old dream
was a sham.
Everyday, some absurd, idiotic, chaotic, stomach knotted toxic event or action steeped in greed and/or ignorance within and without the arena of American politics and culture pushes me yet another step onward toward simply lighting my hair on fire and running headlong into the belly of New York City screaming, "I can't take it anymore; not another g'dam second."
Am I alone? I am not. What I can tell you is that I am at a loss for words and for understanding and have not slept in two days.
After everything 2020 has slopped on our collective plate, the best I can manage is to stumble my way like a fool, confused, heartsick, nervous, nauseous, and with a bad hair cut into the arms of Central Park where I can fall into the first unoccupied bench I see, put my head in my hands to mumble, sigh and sob.