Morning Belz, March 18
Just a quick note. It’s morning somewhere. Finished a rough cut of a new video earlier today, my opening salvo in the mystery of the sewage plant winery in Rainsville, Ala. It’s on Patreon for people who support Scuffed News.
It’s a fun video, I think, and a departure from what I’ve done over the past four months in that it’s a story, and the man-on-the-street stuff is minimal. Interested in feedback. I’ll post a final version to YouTube tomorrow and plug it again.
The Righteous Mind video got rained out this week, but the Walnut Street Bridge is still a go for tomorrow. May go somewhere next week and interview Asian people about whether they’re experiencing hate crimes.
“You've got to have something to eat and a little love in your life before you can hold still for any damn body's sermon on how to behave. Everything I am and everything I want out of life goes smack back to that.” — Billie Holiday, 1956
About: I was a newspaper reporter for 14 years, most recently at the Minneapolis Star Tribune. I explained why my family left Minneapolis here. Now we live just outside Chattanooga and I work on Scuffed News, a project that either succeeds by July or will have to be abandoned. This is my newsletter. Please share it with anyone you think might enjoy it. And please consider supporting this work with your money on Patreon.