People yell at me when I say sometimes in exceptional circumstances it makes sense to sit out a presidential election. For me to darken in the circle for a certain candidate I have to like him or her say at least 65%. I don't feel that here. It'll be what it's gonna be:)
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Thursday, September 15, 2016
Trump went on the Dr. Oz show to wave his good health around. Conservatives seem fixated on Hillary's health (is that an ingrown toenail I see?). Let's face it Hil has some physical health issues but what about the Donald's mental and emotional health? Which matters more pneumonia or psychological insecurities? I just had a slight nap and so a blog was born.
Thursday, August 18, 2016
Wednesday, July 27, 2016
I won't be blogging as much anymore if at all. It's an old vehicle, familiar and comfortable but out of date. Blogging is yesterday's trend like Beta or the VHS and Facebook is taking it all away. I can't compete with my cat just threw up at the dinner party or I just came back from bungee-jumping off Mt. Kilimanjaro. I also don't have 1,000 friends who'll loan me a hundred bucks in a rough spot. The DNC is Boring except for the part about the DNC e-mail scandal. This blog has never gotten far beyond the niche audience mainly because imo I don't feed the hate, the us vs. them view of everything. Well anyway it leaves me more time to walk to figure out the Meaning of Life which I'm no closer to figuring out.
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
I found myself drifting over to Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff and their PBS coverage of the start of the convention. With the exception of being pro-choice Rudy Giuliani offered real savory red-meat conservatism with Peter Lugar steak sauce. It was a little thick, grilled and char-broiled and the wonderful aromas permeated the convention floor. A black sheriff spoke and Blue Lives Matter was perhaps the main theme of the entire evening. There's a little Melania controversy now as she may have borrowed elements of a previous Michele Obama convention speech. The PBS panelists: neocon David Brooks noted they all had a feeling of starkness so I started to feel stark too even though I've had this starkness since I turned fifty. There were some last minute delegates who wanted to throw the whole thing into chaos like being forced into a date you don't like. Last observation - Chris Christie politely attended but he had your typical man's angry attitude towards rejection;)
Sunday, July 10, 2016
Nothing happened for a while now there's been a few more unarmed black men killed by police. MN and LA and of course the cop ambush in Dallas. The conservative position seems to be whenever an unarmed black man winds up dead at the hands of the police he must have done something to bring it upon himself. The liberal position might be the cops are always 100% wrong in these tragic cases. Meanwhile most police departments today have taken to social media platforms as a kind of warmer friendlier more community-orientated police/social service agency so the juxtaposition between the cultivated department image and these ongoing recent and tragic news events is rather jarring. The Long Hot Summer;)
Thursday, July 07, 2016
Part of def.: "a generalized feeling that something is wrong, to fear something but you don't know what it is" - - There's the bad choice of Trump vs. Clinton, ISIS is always in the news. You'll be in a modern hip mall checking out the wifi at Nordstrom Rack and you do have the random thought some guy is gonna come in, shoot that useless security guy and start yelling "Allahu Akbar." My Scripps card ain't working, am I gonna have to go on an Obamacare exchange? What if I'm frying chicken and my heart just stops working? I mean how many beats can it take? Colorectal stuff, always the polypic obsession after 50...I think maybe it's not so much a mental disorder, that the free-floaters are plugged into reality and the reality ain't good. The normal go about their day-to-day totally anxiety free because they really don't know what's going on. Indian Point......