Category: Random

Involuntary Semantic Memories Part Three . . .

I do not care for politics in every aspect of life. It almost seems like it’s a bad joke for those of us who understand it is one the biggest lies served on Dollar Tree paper plates to the general population. Maybe it was a gut feeling I had...

Involuntary Semantic Memories Part Two . . .

It never ceases to amaze me or irritate me, people and their blind loyalty to their tribe. Don’t get me wrong, not all tribes are bad. The ones I speak of attract fanatical devotees from all walks of life. Again, these tribes are in business, academia, media, politics, athletics, and everyday life....

Involuntary Semantic Memories Part One . . .

Virtue signaling is akin to a 24 month year old being excited about their switch to pull-up diapers. They will tell anyone they come in contact with to exclaim I’m a big kid now! It’s adorable and endearing because of the age. However, if you’re an adult doing cartwheels...