Welcome to the 21st Century where finding out you have a gender is now a big deal. Am I the only one who read that and went… “wait. What?” And I wrote it. Gender continues to be a big deal, although I’m not entirely sure why or if we really have the issue correctly.
There are several clothing stereotypes I do not understand – like the purpose of the “tie.”
It was right there in front of us. The foreshadowing of the ACTUAL Russian invasion of the ACTUAL United States.
Round two of phrases that need to be retired. Just give it some thought.
How exactly does one measure pain in a way that works for everyone?
After last week’s topic, let’s move on to something a little lighter but still important – spelling. I am not referring to Tori Spelling.
Our nation has a health issue that has gone on long enough without being addressed. It’s an addiction that many have, and it isn’t healthy. The addiction isn’t to a narcotic or alcohol or even a religion… well, maybe some people might think it’s a religion. The addiction is to guns.
There are some phrases that are used frequently, almost daily by some, and I don’t think people have quite thought them through.
In theory the Amber Alert system is a great idea. It’s horrible that we need it, but a great idea nonetheless – except that it has issues.
What, exactly, is the purpose of logging in if you can’t answer my question anyway?