Tag: reality

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...

I Don’t Know About You . . .

I am an essential recently deemed not essential.  I cannot state I crashed my ACLs into Mother Earth and exclaimed in a Nanny Kerrigan sort of way, Why?! I cannot state I hit the liquor store in town and proceeded to purchase the largest bottle of Proper 12. What I can state is...

The World Held Together With A Band-Aid

So many problems, so many think tanks. So much nonsense. So much for concrete solutions. There is this perverse notion a band-aid will keep problems in check for the interim. With more excuses than a boy who was caught with his hand in a cookie jar after being told...