Dispatches From Small Radical Fringe HQ

Greetings from the far edge of acceptable. Or as we identify: Rude, crude, and socially unacceptable. Here at Small Radical Fringe we are downing our coffee while coming up with ever more unacceptable ideas and arguments to run against the global political and cultural elites. Among our current projects are supporting truckers protesting against vaccine mandates (SRF would like to remind everyone that anti-mandate and anti-vaccination are not the same thing by any stretch of the imagination) required by the US and Canadian governments for crossing the border.

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Settling In

Our stuff is arriving on Tuesday! Yay! The driver called this afternoon to give me the update. “Sounds like you’re in an empty house.” “Yes, I am. How’d you guess?” (said with slightly sarcastic tone as I listen to the echo). “I can hear the echo. How’d you like me to fix that for you on Tuesday morning?” “I’d love it! When?” “Between eight and nine.” “Great!” (while silently thinking, okay, gotta get up early on Tuesday!)

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Moving

Moving and job hunting are, according to what I’ve read, the two most stressful things you can do. I’ve done a lot of moving and job hunting over the years, and I have to say, I completely agree. We just landed after a two-state move, Pennsylvania to Texas. It’s been almost twenty years since we moved anywhere. We didn’t even move into different apartments in Philly. We stayed in the same city and same apartment for twenty years. Then we moved almost 2,000 miles away.

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