Chuck fear mongering under the bus

We, as a people, have used fear and anger to drive our existence for thousands of years. What we have to show for it is a dotted history of violence, genocide, war and generations of conflict. Are we not better than that at this point in our short history on this planet? What makes a … Continue reading Chuck fear mongering under the bus

Human first, American second

I'm not feeling Three Things Thursday this week. Having been absorbed into election coverage, reactions, and getting over my own brief shock yesterday morning, I have a renewed sense of purpose and see an opportunity for us as American people to stand together. This country is divided, decidedly so, but what's done is done and … Continue reading Human first, American second

The "sounds" make me crazy

Some days, I can't win. A familiar topic I've written about before is my hypersensitivity to sound. It has a name; Misophonia.  Today, for some reason, is significantly more difficult than other days. For me, this is a real thing. I've attempted before to explain what it sounds like for me to others, but words … Continue reading The "sounds" make me crazy

Maniacs on the road

What is wrong with drivers on the road lately? I'm reminded of a George Carlin skit where he describes drivers based on your perception that sort of fits the start of this blog post I'm making today. His quote (or question), that I heard so many years ago, goes like this. "Have you ever noticed … Continue reading Maniacs on the road

Individuals are smart, people are stupid

Naked Security: Cyberbullying is worse than face-to-face bullying, teens say I've talked about this before here and here.  It's a topic I feel VERY strongly about having been bullied through my entire school career.  My daughter, who will be 9 in December, is most likely going to be bullied at some point in her school … Continue reading Individuals are smart, people are stupid