Showing posts with label Dysfunction Junction. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Dysfunction Junction. Show all posts

Friday, March 8, 2019

Leafleting this Weekend

Today was a successful day. Why? Because I had my first 100,000 hit day in social media, after a couple friends generously reposted/retweeted my posts.

To build on that, I’ll be leafleting this weekend, in addition to the usual protests at Dysfunction Junction, aka Malm Square(d), Sugarland Circle, MOM’s, and a few other key digs. My goal is to do 500 homes, and I have chosen some key locations in Beverly Hills, Potomac Yards, and Del Ray.

So, here’s hoping for nice weather!

Friday, September 21, 2018

Protests This Weekend at Malm Squared(d) aka Dysfunction Junction

With the beautiful fall weather, it’s a better time than ever to protest. So look for me this Sunday at Malm Square(d) aka Dysfunction Junction aka the corner of King and Quaker Lane.

I’ll also soon have additional signage in honor of all my friends in Sugarland Texas, as well as some very special guests who will be joining me. 

Stay tuned for another exciting chapter in the life of Grace Episcopal Alexandria, aka St. Dysfunction.

Saturday, September 8, 2018

“Dysfunction Junction” — New Photo Album Now Online!

I’ve recently added an album on Flickr containing documentation of Dysfunctional Bob and Jeff “Sugarland” Chiow’s lawsuit against me, the multiple falsehoods in their most recent court filing, and related content. The album is titled “Dysfunction Junction” in honor of Bob Malm’s pastorally caring name for my favorite corner on which to protest. (Nothing like a priest who sets a good example, eh?)

Hundreds of additional items coming in the next few days.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

See For Yourself: Hanging at Dysfunction Junction, AKA Malm Square(d)

Beautiful weather this weekend is making for an extended stay at my favorite location for protests, which is the corner of Quaker Lane and King Strret. In true Christian fashion, Bob Malm refers to the corner as “Dysfunction Junction,” while others refer to it as “Malm Square(d).

I’m off to another location in Alexandria for a few hours, then home this evening for a quiet night in front of the TV. 

If all goes well, hopefully I’ll get in three or four days of protests this week.

Heck, before you know it, it will be one year of protests.

Time flies when you’re having fun.