Category Archives: Social Commentary
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 →
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 →
Last night, I began an opinion piece that explains (in a way that makes perfect sense) the current, political divide in our country. I think it is rather spot-on, but need to clean it up a bit before publishing. I … Continue reading →
Courtesy of Kurt Harden and Greg Gutfield. A PSA by everyday people. The real truth in advertising. Have a great week everybody!!
But not necessarily for the better. The first ever selfie dates back to 1839 when a photography enthusiast named Robert Cornelius tried to take a photograph. He had to stay still for 3 minutes! Those were the days.
As we start a new week full of opportunities and surprises, let us keep in mind that sometimes an easier way works just as well as following the instructions.
One of my greatest accomplishments as a father was to have been able to send our daughters to Aquinas HS and have them sit in classrooms that had Barry Cook standing in the front. Now, years after their high school … Continue reading →
This bit of wisdom was discovered upon returning our daughter back to Houston. Imagine the world if coffee just disappeared one day? Not pretty, right? Happy Monday Y’all.