Monthly Archives: December 2018

Jeff “Sugarland” Chiow’s Inflammatory Rhetoric Comes Back to Bite Planet Malm

Last Sunday, when I got home from protesting at Dysfunctional Bob’s favorite intersection (which he fondly refers to as “Dysfunction Junction”), I discovered something startling: Hits on my blog had soared to more than 400 an hour during my hours of protest. The secret? I was carrying my sign alerting the public to the bogus claim, originating with… Read More »

Looking Ahead to 2019: More Protests and Possible Lawsuits

As we get ready to move into 2019, protests continue over Dysfunctional Bob Malm’s conduct, as well as that of Jeff “Sugarland” Chiow. Look for me and others at: 1) King and Seminary aka Dysfunction Junction aka Malm Square(d)2) the monument at Braddock and Russell Road3) the front of MOM’s4) the intersection of Commonwealth and Mount Vernon avenues.5)… Read More »

The Rev. David Crosby Books Passage on the SS Sycophant

The Rev. David Crosby, aka Fr. Clueless The Rev. David Crosby, a former member of St. Dysfunction and author of the infamous “Bobby Malm, You’re Amazing!” blog post has signed up for first-class cabins on the SS Sycophant. In his new role, David will serve as interim assistant to Dysfunctional Bob Malm. Loyal readers may recall that David… Read More »

Bob Malm’s Claims That Grace is Threatened by Domestic Terrorism: Harmful to Children?

The Washington Post recently ran an article that was syndicated nationwide, “How many American children have hidden from gun violence?” The article examined the prevalence of lockdown drills, used to prepare students and staff for a possible active shooter, and the pyschological effect these drills have on children. The conclusion: Such drills, while perhaps necessary, can be profoundly… Read More »

Remember the Meaning of Christmas. This Holiday Season, Boycott Grace Episcopal Church

This Christmas, amidst the presents, the good food, the time with family and friends, please remember the real meaning of Christmas. Show compassion for the sick, the lonely, the dying, the outcast, the forlorn.  Boycott Grace Episcopal Church, which shuns its own parishioners and does so at the rector’s direction, where people think it’s okay to mock the… Read More »