Never mind the next few generations because, at this rate, we won’t make it to the 22nd century.
Do I get it? No. Do I wish that he contracts the disease? No. Did he piss me off? Yes. Does his behavior worry me? Yes.
I spread her ashes under the prettiest raspberry bush.”
I, for one, am much more alarmed about the increase in smoking, vaping, and gratuitous sex and violence in movies and TV series, regardless of ratings.
Now we are trying to leave. In our wake, we are not leaving a country and its people better off than we found them.
Righteous: West Virginia giving free guns and rifles to people who get vaccinated.
I figure that, if exercise is good for the body, why not the brain?
Lesson for the day: None of us has free choice, and many of us have no choice.
Their prejudice runs deep and primordial—its etiology in our genetic history stretching back to pre-historic times. I’m not surprised and not optimistic, unless our national leaders can stop pretending they know who the enemy is and address the real problem—us.
Like Alice, I’ve lost my “muchiness,” and I need to get it back.