During the upcoming Holiday Season I’m compelled to interject a little humor. Most of what I’ve seen lately on the net–insults sensibilities or is just plain silly.
Don’t Presidential candidates know they shouldn’t leave first impressions lying around like that? Politicians, they come and they go.
Some are like coal mine canaries–they identify problems, but are their solutions palatable?
Sometimes I think technology is wasted on the young. Especially, when it’s assumed what’s adored now, will always be there.
I like the invisibility of getting older. Just don’t take me for granted.
Windows 10, blogging platform changes–I don’t cope with changes as well as I should. Changes should bring improvements, not complications.
Do I care about what celebrities think about the current slate of Presidential candidates? No–not one whit.
Can nations buy the friendship of other nations? Like the skinny kid on the playground giving up his or her lunch money to bullies everyday–they always want more. There has to be reciprocal give and take.
The United States wants money from property seized during the 1959 Cuban Revolution. How long will it be before Cuba counters with a tit-for-tat damage request from the trade embargo?
The “Hanging Toilets of Peru”–a headline misread by me yesterday. In an immature moment it was hilarious. Because, what if there really were?
“Dear Lord, Protect us from our own idiocy–Amen.”
“You can’t fool me–there ain’t no Sanity Clause.” Chico and Groucho Marx, a lesson in contract law, from ‘A Night at the Opera’