“How do I know you again?” The woman just smiled, seeming to enjoy my struggle to understand the situation. Then she drew in a sharp breath and said, “Oh, we go way back.”
It’s 2022 all over the world now, so I think we can all agree that we are doomed. But are we all collectively doomed due to some impending global calamity, or are we all doomed in our own little ways? And is there a difference?
In my last blog post, I suggested in no uncertain terms that within the next 10 years, Americans will be herded into designated labor zones by the ruling elite. Well, in for a penny, in for a pound! Try this information on for size.
This started as a post on Facebook, but as I was writing it, the website got all twitchy, and my post was deleted before I could even finish writing it. This makes me think I was on a roll that they didn’t like. Let’s see how WordPress handles it. So, here’s the truth:
Tonight I wrote a short story about an Artificial Intelligence (AI) called MIMI (an acronym for Made In My Image, and also a tribute to my grandmother, whom we called Mimi). On researching the science behind the tech, I had a disturbing realization…
UFOs are now UAPs and the U.S. government has admitted they are real. And a new book — published by government contractors connected to the DoD and Congress — says that they are not just otherworldly, but that there is a connection to all sorts of paranormal activity. So, what’s going on?
The climate crisis is an unavoidable certainty, and the elites of the world know it. They have known it for some time, and have been busy with constructing new devices to prevent you from getting all pissy about it.
Just some raw meat for the murderous sasquatch that resides within you.
Well, I get pissed, god damn it! – George Carlin
Feeling schmaltzy tonight, so look out. Gonna post a little personal fiction, some free-writing I did after waking up from a deep self-conference. I do so love good conversation! I will post two (count ’em, TWO) schmaltzy stories tonight, and YOU, you hapless reader you, must decide which one you like better. Or maybe you’llContinue reading “A Boy and His Frog”