by Travis Mateer
I recently moved the search function from its obscure location at the bottom of the main-scroll to the upper right corner, just beneath my about page (where you can donate if you feel so inclined).
I’m hoping a more prominent spot for the search function will mean more curious readers searching the archives of Zoom Chron (formerly Reptile Dysfunction). I did the math and there are 1,913 posts to peruse, going back to 2015, so have at it!
The other quickie that has me chuckling has to do with the community focus group I participated in this week, put on by JG Research as a part of their effort to assess Missoula’s 10 year plan to end homelessness.
I was delighted that the entire session was going to be documented, because I had A LOT to say about what’s transpired over the past decade.
Did I get a robust opportunity to share my unique insights about where the figurative bodies are buried? You betchya! And did the phone recording the session stay in record-mode for the after-session chat? Yep!
I hope my unfiltered opinion about our Sheriff’s Office, and the synchronicity they participated in when they euthanized Sean Stevenson with their coroner death powers, is fully appreciated by the researchers.
Thanks for reading, and stay tuned. There is SO MUCH MORE to come!