Why should you read this blog? Well, you shouldn’t. My inane ramblings ranging from politics and religion to random, trivial observations of everyday, mundane life are no more valid, novel or interesting than the next person who has a blog. I write because I enjoy it. If you enjoy what I write, great, if not, there are a million and one other blogs out there in the world-wide-web, and I’m sure you’ll find one that suits your fancy.
+ + Be forewarned, my blog is not a typical blog. My posts are more like articles that average between 1,000 and 2,000 words, and contain substantive, detailed info; that’s why I only post once a week, usually around Thurdsday-ish.+ +
When I first put up the photo gallery of the three Israeli teens who were brutally murdered, I only planned on keeping it up for about a month. In our world of 24/7 news and social media, we lack the … Continue reading →
The right simply to exist is an inherent right endowed to all people, except those living in Israel. For some reason, Israelis specifically the Jewish population, don’t possess the right to exist, let alone the right to defend themselves. No … Continue reading →
Wait, I don’t think I have the title quite right. I know name calling and ridiculing those who disagree with me isn’t the most effective way of conveying my own position. I usually believe that a certain amount of civility should accompany … Continue reading →
First, there was the hashtag #BringBackOurGirls. Signs were posted by everyone, including Michelle Obama. The hashtag crowd has since tired of the problems in Nigeria and moved on to the latest cause celeb. Sadly, on June 13th, #BringBackOurBoys was created in response to … Continue reading →
Gone. It’s all gone. Why the despondency? It all started on Wednesday night . . . . . . my friend and I were commiserating about digital technology and how it had wronged us in the past. As of last week, … Continue reading →
If you’re ever asked if you have children, do not respond with, “I’m a parent of two labra-doodles. I adopted them four years ago. At Christmas, we dress-up one of the kids as Rudolph and. . . .” That’s nice, but … Continue reading →