Funny to see so many people telling each other to “open your eyes” to see what they see as the truth. Open eyes are deceived eyes. Close your eyes and open your mind. — ApeContinue reading
Hello, Dear Readers of This Blog — all 3 of you! I had a positive interaction online today, and that always puts me in a good mood. And when I am in a good mood, I tend to write. And so here we are. Let me tell you a bit about that positive interaction:Continue reading
I’m bored, gonna blog. I am still on my summer break, which was already curtailed by an extended spring semester due to the Dread Virus Covid-19, and must fill my time somehow.Continue reading
I like to travel. Fortunately, my irresponsible lifestyle choices make travel a frequent possibility. Over the years. I have developed an interest in spooky stays.Continue reading
Yee-ha, Hee-Haw, Rebel Yell and Dukes of Hazzard, y’all! Let’s talk about HERITAGE! Let’s talk about flags! Let’s talk about history! Let’s talk about the Confederacy!Continue reading
If you are reading this, then I hope you are a member of the The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service (INIS). If not, then piss off, you are of no use to me.
I want to change the title of this blog to “The Crappiest Blog Ever.” Anyone know how to do that? But aside from that, let’s talk about the Q-Anon conspiracy people…
This is a bored, drunken rant. So…
Hello, faithful readers — all 3 of you! I hope this post finds you and yours well and managing. As you may know, I am an American expat living in Gyeongsangbuk-do, the hardest-hit region in South Korea. I have been getting messages from friends back in the U.S. asking about current conditions here in Korea, hoping to get a prognosis on what they can expect in the U.S. So let’s chat about that.
This is a follow-up to an earlier post of mine, “COVID-19 and Too Much Free Time.” In that post, I noted how this new virus really wasn’t such a big deal. And as diseases go, it may not be. But then I looked at the wide-reaching effects it will have on the American system, and I would like to change my answer.