I don’t have a television, but DVDs and streaming are adequate. Besides, there’s no place in my 391 square foot, rectangular-shaped studio where I can keep a TV and watch it comfortably. If I ever change my mind about that, I’ll rearrange the furniture and then find a space for a television. The apartment is adaptable. Be that as it may (my favorite arty-farty expression), I saw one online clip from Sunday’s Emmy Awards presentation. It was the same clip a lot of people saw. A link to Frank Bruni’s New York Times commentary appears at the end of this post. I … Continue reading The Emmys and the Fungus Among Us
No helmet, but I hope she at least has a permit. This work is so important! http://resistancereport.com/news/melissa-mccarthy-just-spotted-driving-sean-spicers-podium-new-york-city/ Continue reading SEEN IN MANHATTAN!
This post appeared in slightly different form in a social media reply. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s grasping-at-straws behavior (please click the link at the end of this post) is the verbal equivalent of someone slipping on a banana peel while bragging that he controls his destiny. Mr. Spicer’s behavior is pathetic, but unlike the defensive fool who slips on a banana peel he shouldn’t be pitied. The Press Secretary is abetting a hate campaign. http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/spicer-won-acknowledge-timothy-caughman-murder-hate-crime-article-1.3010710 Continue reading Sean Spicer and the Banana Peel
IF YOU ASSOCIATE WITH DISHONEST PEOPLE, DON’T EXPECT THEM TO BE LOYAL TO YOU. IF YOU ASSOCIATE WITH DISHONEST PEOPLE BECAUSE YOU’RE DISHONEST YOURSELF, I HAVE ONE BIT OF ADVICE FOR YOU AND THOSE OF YOUR ILK: RAISE YOUR STANDARDS BEFORE ALL OF YOU FEED ON EACH OTHER SO MUCH IT TURNS INTO CANNIBALISM. Continue reading Short Commentary on Good Judgment
I admit it. I laughed at this video. I actually found the parody comforting, while thinking of how much worse the real situation is likely to get. Continue reading Laughing at Horror