Category Archives: Social Commentary
… And It Makes Me Wonder.
No, I’m not referring to the song, Stairway To Heaven, but to an email I received from a friend, as part of a group message. (Everyone is really bored, eh?) A few people responded back with online “cursing” and demands … Continue reading →
Out Of An Abundance Of Caution
I am up in NJ this week, supposedly helping my mother with several tasks, not the least of which is celebrating her 39th birthday on Sunday. She’s very happy that her 60-year-old son can celebrate her 39th birthday with her. … Continue reading →
Is it that society devolved so far that mothers need this reminder? Does life now have so little value that a mother will abandon her baby despite resources available to her? Do I live in a sanitized bubble? I suppose … Continue reading →
Living In A Monty Python Sketch
It was 1979. . . 40 years ago that Monty Python’s Flying Circus released the movie, The Life of Brian. One of the skits deals with what is now a current event. A two-year-old comment on the page by “Truthfinder” … Continue reading →
It was during the mid-1980s that a slogan found it’s way on to the bumpers and rear windows of hundreds of thousands of vehicles. The message called to us. It appealed to our desire for “stuff,” but was flawed wisdom. … Continue reading →
Evolution Over 30 Years
Found somewhere on Instagram
I Guess I Am Part Of A Trend
A loner by nature, I have never been a trendsetter, nor a lemming. Maybe I’m being naive, but I don’t pay attention to commercials and am rarely influenced by them and when I am, it is usually negatively. A few … Continue reading →
A Daunting Task?
Almost two years ago, I commented on the new commercial that the Gillette Company produced, portraying men as neanderthal morons. I wasn’t impressed and explain why here: Personally, I’m Offended. The video is not in the post any longer, but … Continue reading →
I bet that I am not the only one who can’t wait until next Wednesday. Regardless of the results, anything will be better than 24/7 politics everywhere you look. I feel compelled to comment on how crazy it has gotten. … 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 →