Moving dislike of Walgreens from Passive to Active.
Who the fuck are you to tell me to just “not worry” about a separate discount card that my medical practice suggested I use for a new medicine? Sure, it might “only” save me $15 on this refill, which you might think is inconsequential, but to me, that was also the cost of NEXT month’s […]
I didn’t ask to wake up black.
This post will be short, but unusual compared to my typical content (or sparseness thereof). Normally, I’d hide it behind a cut, but honestly, no, you need to see this. There are people in this society who think it their right to cause mental anguish to someone else because of the tone of their skin, […]
Top of October, and what goes.
This goes a bit deep into burnt out noodles territory. For those of you who need it, a content warning about the state of my mental health.
I have the keys to a broken kingdom.
Originally, I tweeted this, but I think I may wish to expand upon a couple of points. The unrolled tweet for those who can’t be assed to read it on Twitter (not that I blame you): A thought, in several lengths: I’m nearly 40. I am considered a millenial or xennial, though I come in […]
Whimsywear, or The Art of Disarming Face Masks.
So, I poisoned my mind last night, reading stuff on Twitter about how a county out here in Oregon has mandatory mask wearing, except if you’re a person of color. There are a lot of folks with their bits in various types of twists over this, but I may as well chime in as someone […]
Bonus Day Digital Self-Care!
Xial takes a moment to go into some self-care for your digital life.
Make of things what you will.
Xial outlines a set of projects for the year ahead.
An interesting year in the rear view mirror.
Hey, folks. Welcome to 2020, and all the insights that come with being in the rear view mirror. As the sun sets on 2019, I’m looking back at things I have learned, and realizations that are taking me full speed into a year with an extra day under its hood. Last year, I learned how […]
Mail Order Pharmaceuticals, Revisited.
Xial gnaws at the spleen of Pharmaceutical Benefits Management companies for double damage.
On Annoyances with Mail Order Pharmacies
In which Xial gets angrier than usual over a pharmaceuticals delay, and expresses ire for mail order pharmacies.