I am almost speechless. I am appalled, conflicted, angry, sick to my stomach, sad. This post is mostly for me to work through my thoughts and feelings.
In which we talk about Drake – again
I blame my high school AP English teacher for instilling in me an insistence for the use of proper grammar and vocabulary. Because of him I am one of those assholes that will correct a your/you’re/yore or there/their/they’re post. But this post isn’t really about that. It is about the misuse of some rather important words and phrases. Epic I…
I’m on the internet a lot – a whole lot. Like — all day a lot. I read a lot of stuff on the internet – from articles about best practices for organic search optimization, to how to get big budget photos with low budget gear, to the latest news from the Middle East, to the latest Tweets from our…
What exactly does the 3rd of the 10 Commandments mean when it says, “You shall not take the name of the LORD your God in vain”? When I was growing up I was taught that meant “don’t cuss”. “God damn” is, I was taught, taking God’s name in vain. That phrase seems to still be a sticking point in broadcast…
The Cheetoh In Chief released his administration’s budget proposal, and everyone and his mother is jumping on the highlight that one of the cuts would eliminate Federal contributions to the Meals On Wheels program. I had to do some digging to find out the rest of the story, but here it goes – stay with me.
I had to take Drake for an emergency vet visit last week to a last hope specialist. Her words to me after her exam of Drake and his extensive medical records was, “Mr. Selby, you have a very sick dog.” She said there was little to nothing they could do short of surgery, and that didn’t have a positive prognosis.
This is a follow up to an earlier post about our German Shepherd, Drake. You can read that if you aren’t up to speed, or click here to skip down if you are.
This is, word for word with no commentary, President Donald Trump’s remarks on Black History Month.
Atheist and agnostic are not the same, though they are frequently used interchangeably, by theists and atheists, which leads to confusion and unnecessary arguments about definitions. So I’m going to make this easy for us.