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.
What, exactly, is the purpose of logging in if you can’t answer my question anyway?
I LOVE sci-fi, but is it really a genre unto itself?
This is not posted for controversy purposes. I honestly have a question for the trans community.
My problem is theological – it’s numerical. It’s not like it’s the Highlander of books.
It’s not my fault! I was born this way. Perhaps if I distance myself verbally…
I’m tired of the politics. Running a country shouldn’t really have anything to do with politics. For every problem, there is a solution. Probably multiple solutions. Pick the one that works best for the most people and use it. How hard can it be? That’s neither here nor there though.
According to ESPN, a tremendous life lesson that even non-baseball people could learn from was recently taught by the Los Angeles Dodgers organization. It’s one that a lot of people could learn from, including Major League Baseball itself. They won’t, of course. It’s too easy a fix and makes too much sense and, most of all, works – therefore it won’t be done. But let’s imagine for a moment that people pay attention.
I saw an article recently that claimed (and probably rightfully so) that Baby Yoda was more popular than any Democratic Presidential candidate, Donald, Republican candidate, and, in fact, any other politician. Of course, he is. Baby Yoda has many things going for him… so Baby Yoda 2020?