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Two more days are left and another year falls by the wayside. Can’t say 2018 was a stellar year for me; although, I’m still alive and kicking. That’s a good thing. “Always look on the bright side of life,” as … Continue reading →
Let’s take a look at redundancy in writing, shall we? One of the main rules formulated for scribing literature was to do so with the least amount of words. The reason was to minimize the cost for printing, which was … 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 →
Credit goes to Douglas Adams for the title of this week’s essay. It’s partially the name of the author’s third book in his trilogy: Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy. The tome is sort of a boy-scout manual’s interpretation of being … Continue reading →
The presidential electoral process in the U.S. is now in full swing and will be over in a little less than six weeks, finally; although, it’s debatable whether or not that’s a good thing. What’s left—or right—now, besides the remaining … Continue reading →
A surefire way to quell any rational conversation on Social Media is to infuse one’s views or beliefs about politics and religion. Death is another. Who wants to read or talk about those topics? Especially with death; yet everyone loves … Continue reading →