Category Archives: Social Commentary

This Shit Has Got to Stop!

Folks, I’m not naive.  I know racism isn’t going to be eradicated overnight.  But, seriously, WTF?! It’s one thing to feel threatened by, and not embrace, people that aren’t like you (not that it’s acceptable, but I understand it – … Continue reading

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Guns don’t kill people, 4-year olds kill people

Where’s the good 4-year old with gun when you need him?        

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They’re Called “Smart” Phones But Any Imbecile Can Own One

I can’t believe this even needs to be said, but for the love of everything good and decent, when you a see stranger in distress, put down the effing phone and go help! Here’s a story guaranteed to make your … Continue reading

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Put Down the Mobile Device, You’re Not Helping

There’s a lot of shit going on in the world today. It seems like every generation says this. We always think that what we have to deal with is somehow more complicated and burdensome than our forbearers. Yeah, I’m worried … Continue reading

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Same Shit, Different Day

Another day in America, another mass shooting. My heart breaks for the children – they played no role in their own gruesome demise. But I’m starting to feel less sympathy for the adults that keep returning to office the spineless … Continue reading

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Hashtag Racist

Social media is amazing. It’s overused, over-hyped and overrated. But it really is amazing. The ability to disseminate news or humblebrag from your phone while anywhere in the world is essentially akin to magic for anyone born before 1985.  A good … Continue reading

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Missouri Burning

It’s official. Black people don’t matter. The failure to indict the trigger-happy cop that slayed Michael Brown, is a miscarriage of justice so epic in it’s proportion, that it defies description and transcends hyperbole. I say this not as someone who … Continue reading

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