Category Archives: Social Commentary
These wacky times in which we live. If you are a dude and you check out a woman who is working out in the gym, you’re considered a threat. But, if you call yourself a woman and expose yourself to … Continue reading →
Anyone old enough to (and having grown up in the USA) remember when? When we would watch “All in The Family”, laughing at Archie, Edith and “Meathead”? . . . and people were not offended. It was funny. When we … Continue reading →
A Note To Some Of The Young Men Out There
Imagine the disapointment if a wolf knew it’s decendent would be a poodle. That’s how your grandfather feels when he sees your man-bun. That will be me someday, God willing.
When one looks at all the craziness going on in the world today, this seems to be a reasonable question to ask.
Seeking The Truth
One of my blogging buddies, Faye, aka The Chicken Grandma sent me this quote: “The beginning of wisdom is found in doubting; by doubting we come to the question, and by seeking we may come upon the truth.” -Pierre Abelard … Continue reading →
Common Sense In The House Of Lords
“Borrowed” from the blog of Ann Althouse. The world is changing and too many people are sitting back and only watching. Citizenship is a participation sport, even in The House of Lords. Read the rest of the story here… Peers … Continue reading →
Best Quote Of 2020, So Far
Being an active blogger just might make you smarter. If not actually smarter, you might at least appear smarter. Blogging buddy and mentor, Kurt Harden came up with a quote so cogent that I had to text him to verify … Continue reading →
Ol’ Black Eyes Nails It
It was the Summer of 1972 and having just a few dollars saved up, I went shopping with my grandparents at the Two Guys Department Store on Rt. 22 in Union, NJ. At the age of 12, my goal that … Continue reading →
I’ve Grown Weary. Peace Out.
Around the age of 30, I started on my path towards becoming a political junkie and ultimately a political addict. It was thirty years ago is when I canceled my subscription to The Village Voice and replaced it with The … Continue reading →
A Good Suggestion
“Once per year, every CEO should apply to a job at their own company under a different name to see how maddening the process is for candidates.” -Vishalakshi P. After selling our businesses and then completing my consulting contract with … Continue reading →