- LowLife n. low•lifeˈloʊˌlaɪf(n.)(pl.)-lifes.-lives
- 1. a member of the outerclass comprised of (e.g.) prostitutes, addicts, alcoholics, the mentally ill, beggars, petty criminals, trolls, anarchists, welfare mothers, and uncontrollable wobblers.
- 2. a disreputable or deviant lifestyle
- One Throttled Voice ...
- Homeless Heroism
- “The street’s on fire in a real death waltz …”
- Sinai Tapestry (off-topic)
- Wasting the meaning and losing the rhyme
- Offered Without Comment (‘Cause Mom Said Don’t Speak When You’re Angry)
- Fentanyl, Your Last Train Home.
- Promises … promises
- Rotting On Remand
- Senior Toronto police officer found guilty of misconduct for ordering mass arrest at the G20 summit in 2010
- Justice Delayed: Bus Shelter Killers Get Life
- I broke the windows at the logging company, just to get a little release
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- Gian Vincenzo Gravina"A bore is a man who deprives you of solitude without providing you with company."
- Paul Valery"The folly of mistaking a paradox for a discovery, a metaphor for a proof, a torrent of verbiage for a spring of capital truths, and oneself for an oracle, is inborn in us."
- Gertrude Stein"Everybody gets so much information all day long that they lose their common sense."
- Professor Irwin Corey"If we don't change direction soon, we'll end up where we're going."
- Gian Vincenzo Gravina
- why First Nations do not have safe water December 15, 2017December 15, 2017Anti-RacismOur history explains why First Nations do not have safe waterCanadian attitudes toward Indigenous peoples have only recently evolved. In the past, we believed, as one official told me, "the natives would not know how to flush toilets if they had them."First Nations waterrabble staff
- Election of Doug Jones in Alabama 'a political earthquake' December 15, 2017ElectionsPolitical ActionUS Politics The unexpected victory of Democrat Doug Jones in the special U.S. Senate election in Alabama has been described as a political earthquake. The seismic rumblings began decades ago, though, during the civil-rights struggle of the 1950s and '60s, with echoes that reach as far back as the U.S. Civil War and the long, vio […]rabble staff
- Federal prisoners still wait for meaningful reform after two years of ‘sunny ways’ December 14, 2017December 14, 2017Civil Liberties WatchFederal prisoners still wait for meaningful reform after two years of 'sunny ways'The Journal of Prisoners on Prisons identifies several areas for changes to the laws, policies, and practices of the Canadian penal system to improve life and work inside federal penitentiaries. B.C. prisonsrabble staff
- Derek Fildebrandt ends his terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year with a bang December 14, 2017David J. ClimenhagaRound up your livestock, O farmers of Alberta! Derek Fildebrandt may be a city boy at heart, but he'll likely have to run in rural Alberta if he wants to stay in politics. So Alberta's Conservative problem child may have concluded shooting large hoofed mammals with powerful firearms would go over well with the yeoman farmers of s […]djclimenhaga
- why First Nations do not have safe water December 15, 2017
- Big Oil Can't Be Trusted to Define the Terms of A Carbon Tax Solution December 14, 2017Big Oil knows the game is up, but they still want to manage the process, slow down the green transformation and limit its impact on their profits. It's only slightly incredible to think that oil corporations may now be choosing to put Planet Earth first.noah
- Leaked Documents Expose How Corporations Use Spies to Subvert People's Movements Worldwide December 14, 2017Thanks to hundreds of pages of newly leaked documents, we're seeing the extent to which some of the world's most profitable businesses have hired private spies to keep tabs on political movements they perceive as a threat to their power and profits.noah
- To Build a Progressive Populism, Look to Farm Country December 14, 2017With their sights now firmly trained on 2018, Democratic strategists and liberal pundits have an opportunity to re-think populism and learn from the work of farm communities that have fought racism and corporate control.noah
- Act Out!  - Media Truth in a Post-Truth World; Dirty Mines on Your Dime, Pipelines & More December 13, 2017This week on Act Out, the explosive reality of the natural gas pipelines criss crossing our nation.noah
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Outside the street’s on fire in a real death waltz
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