What makes a man? That seems to be the question that is being stirred up by the new Gillette advertisement that has people making arguments for and against the message that is being portrayed. It's pretty surprising how offended some men are about the commercial and then there's others who seem relieved that someone finally … Continue reading Gillette asked a question.
This is the most personal post I've ever attempted. I didn't have any near death experiences or anything like that. Definitely wasn't influenced by any religious experience considering the last time I was in a church was for a wedding in September. I was just standing in the kitchen when I started thinking about things … Continue reading The Burden of Reality
As I scroll through social media recently I've been seeing more and more images like the one you see above. The self checkout kiosk. Sometimes there's just a caption, other times there's a story that goes along with it, but every time there seems to be a common theme. People are fighting back against the … Continue reading Evil, or misunderstood?
As I was working there was a lady in the waiting room who had her young daughter with her. The daughter was probably around 3 or 4 years old. They were reading books and talking. The little girl was asking all kinds of questions like little kids do. The mom was very patient with answering … Continue reading Sunshine and Rainbows
One of the problems of not being taught how to properly communicate with each other as children about controversial issues is that eventually those children grow to be adults. We've been able to witness this firsthand over the last 6 -10 years by following virtually any controversial news story. People are so eager to get … Continue reading Tread Carefully
Well, we've had quite a bit of activity in this country the last few weeks. We also have a rare opportunity to do some comparison learning on a very touchy subject. Everyone is well aware of the Mollie Tibbetts case and the discussion that created. The poor girl was taken way too soon and in … Continue reading Can you have it both ways?
If you look back a post or 2 you'll find an article titled "Don't Read The Comments". I knew when I saw that particular article pop up that I definitely didn't want to read the comments because I knew they were going to be awful and I knew I was going to be disappointed in … Continue reading I Read The Comments…Again
This country is facing a very serious epidemic. It's not under the radar, but it's also not talked about like it should be. With the political climate these days and the "me first" lifestyle everyone seems to want to live it's no wonder that serious issues like this get ignored. If not completely ignored then … Continue reading Narcan…’t
Don't read the comments. It's a rule that I've applied every time that I read an article that I really enjoy. I have slowly shook my head so many times after reading the comments that I think I'm to the point of involuntarily slowly shaking my head during live interactions any time someone starts to … Continue reading Don’t Read The Comments!
As you look at the picture headlining this entry you probably recognize that product. It's a super cute ID wallet with a key ring. They come in a variety of colors, sizes, styles, some have gemstones, some have really cute color patterns, and they're really easy to spot. In my line of work I most … Continue reading Beware of Creepers