Why I’m Against Censoring Anyone

Probably the loudest thing Twitter has done in the last quarter of a decade is silence Trump. Which is funny, because it was likely his own tweets that cost him the election. And yes, he came across as infantile with most of his tweets. Like, that crazy distant relative who reposts ridiculous things on FacebookContinue reading “Why I’m Against Censoring Anyone”

A Super Hero Complex (A Couple of COVID stories)

Syndrome, the bad guy from The Incredibles, had it right when he said, “With everyone Super, no one will be.” That’s how I feel the world is now. A buddy of mine was jogging on a treadmill at his gym. The mask fell down below his nose. He fixed it, and it kept happening. SoContinue reading “A Super Hero Complex (A Couple of COVID stories)”

Election 2020: We’re the Luckiest People of All Time!

I’m almost to the point where I’m going to shut off all my social media. Not because of the crazy election happenings. No, that stuff’s fine. The fact that people are actually surprised by it is bewildering to me. Of course we weren’t going to get immediate results. I’m about to shut off social mediaContinue reading “Election 2020: We’re the Luckiest People of All Time!”

Voters are Not Good Guys vs. Bad Guys

Tomorrow’s a big day. It could quite possibly be the biggest election turnout in our country’s history, even after adjusting the numbers to accommodate the population growth. We all have this idea that it’s us against the bad guys. It took Jeremy Jahns’ review of The Mandalorian episode 1 to make me realize that itContinue reading “Voters are Not Good Guys vs. Bad Guys”

One Has to Go…

I ordered a delicious, cheesy, steamy pizza from Pizza Hut the other day, but learned that my pizza maker was voting differently from me. Despite my hunger, and how much I love Pizza Hut, I tossed the pizza uneaten, and I went to Little Cardboard, I mean, Caesar’s instead. This is the mentality behind theContinue reading “One Has to Go…”

We’re Not Voting for a President This Year

John Adams despised his role as Vice President because he was mostly bored and really had nothing to do. He wouldn’t have that problem in today’s political setting. The vice presidency has turned into more of a fly-on-the-President’s-shoulder position. This was definitely apparent with Bush/Cheney. If the 2016 election were about collectively voting against aContinue reading “We’re Not Voting for a President This Year”

SJW’s and Dems Win by Bullying

It’s humorous sometimes to watch my kids play. My daughter, the oldest, will often manipulate her brother into playing by her rules. He’ll question it with a quick “Why?”, but her reasonings are as shaky as you’d imagine a six-year-old’s reasonings to be. And then both of them are playing a game which makes absolutelyContinue reading “SJW’s and Dems Win by Bullying”