Something curious seems to have happened in the market as of late. I first noticed it with the video game Battlefield 5 pre-release when the people trying to convince their perspective customers to buy their product actually said “If you don’t like it, don’t buy it.” This is a curious way to market a product, […]Read More If you don’t like it, don’t buy it?
I am continually amazed that a culture who values inspirational quotes so highly could have created something so vile and intolerant as a twitter mob. That social bubble seems to force us all to retreat into bubbles having been forced out of one, or sucked into another. These bubbles are like the Garden of Eden. Inside […]Read More Lessons From The Garden
I was going to write today about this article: But, as a half breed, it’s too depressing. It is still up on my computer for me to reference. My husband, working on some of my website problems started to read it and was baffled. “Why would you be upset your boyfriend finds you sexy?” he […]Read More Burn Out
When I was young, I made a big mistake: I married the first man who told me I was beautiful. It doesn’t sound much like a mistake, but if you think standing still and smiling while an old native American man beats a drum in front of your face is a mistake, then what I […]Read More Unforgiven on Twitter (Twitter is Evil pt 2)
When the Oscar nominees for best film came out, and Black Panther was one, I knew something was horribly wrong in the world. I knew that Hollywood, and the critics that hang like leeches from the film industry’s success, hadn’t suddenly gained respect for superhero movies. I knew that those same people hadn’t decided to […]Read More Hashtags and Oscars (Twitter is Evil Part 1)
It’s Monday, and I’ve forgotten I’m supposed to write every day and instead jumped in feet first on a purse sewing project, purchasing material and other notions to make said purse. It is noon. I have eaten breakfast. I have eaten lunch. Dinner is in the oven. But I suppose my priorities have been a […]Read More A Case of the Mondays
Scrooge, the 1970 film starring Albert Finney is a musical version of Charles Dickens “A Christmas Carol.” The link to Dickens you might have guessed by the name. If you and your kids sing show tunes–if you haven’t heard “Let it Go” enough, you’ll like this musical. There have been dozens of versions of this […]Read More Underrated Christmas Films:Scrooge (1970)/Albert Finney