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Why are the crowns of North Korean military hats so large in circumference? Are openly carrying pencils and small notepads while in Kim Jong-un’s presence part of the North Korean military protocol? What is it exactly that all those old … Continue reading →
To everything, turn, turn, turn, There is a season, turn, turn, turn, And a time to every purpose under heaven. A time to gain, a time to lose, A time to rend, a time to sew, A time to love, … Continue reading →
Looking at the activity calendar on the right sidebar of this journal, one will see the last post made here was on the 2nd of September, a little over three weeks prior to this one. Shame on me for being … Continue reading →
What has happened to everyone’s sense of humor? Can’t we poke fun at anything anymore without feeling like a pariah afterward? In this politically charged society: be it correct or incorrect, racially motivated, downright hateful, selfishly inspired; or truly symbiotic … Continue reading →
Looking at the grocery store’s magazine rack yesterday made me think, what kind of sick world are we living in? Last week a judge at a trial found a teenager guilty of involuntary manslaughter for the latter’s repeatedly urging and … Continue reading →
From my thinking about a Social Media chat I’ve been having on Facebook, the topic for this week’s journal entry has to do with memory, thanking my lucky stars mine hasn’t faded too much, except for trying to remember where … Continue reading →
“Sleep, those little slices of death; oh how I loathe them” is attributed to Edgar Allan Poe, as found on the ever knowledgeable Internet, which must make it true, right? Wrong! Show me from what work of his that quote … Continue reading →