David Everett Fisher


Monthly Archives: July 2013

Portlandia tourism & Adults Playing in Sandboxes

I work at a bar in Portland, Oregon called Slabtown. While the bar has been there for a century under many different names, the bar is most famous for being twice in the TV show Portlandia and once in the … Continue reading

July 23, 2013 rant

A Lack of Sensation: Media Sensationalism and Trayvon Martin

I wrote a piece for youngandfictitious.com about my reactions to the Trayvon Martin case. Thank you Max for posting.


The Way It Is Now & Flying The Flag For Me.

I am a 36-year-old man. Man might be stretching it, but as far as age goes I am a long way from being a mere boy. I am staring at 40 in the face as I creep up on my … Continue reading

July 17, 2013 introspection

Short Summers & Baseball Cuddle

I didn’t do anything productive today. I followed three political arguments on Facebook that went into the hundreds of comments with some delight and watched a matinee baseball game. I did some writing, but felt uninspired and unsure of myself. … Continue reading

July 10, 2013 introspection

Into The California Gothic & Birds

It has been a while since I had last reported of my whereabouts both physically and in mind, but I assure you that I am in tip-top form and was just traveling sans computer for the last week. I was … Continue reading

July 1, 2013 Travel Bureau