Welcome to another Abstract Realism post for this artsy Saturday. I am continuing to hone my skills so […]
This is yet another post in my “Then N’ Now” series. It is about how I saw the world in the 1940s to the 1960s and how I see it now.
With all the distracted drivers out there, we need to get them out from behind the wheel. That is what this post is all about.
I wonder if the “Duke” (John Wayne) was alive today, whether he would still be a Republican. Maybe you don’t know what “Toadie” is so I will tell you up front. It is a “Suck Up”. That’s what this post is all about.
There is so much disinformation flying around today that it is becoming a threat to our form of democracy. Why that is and who is responsible for reigning it in? That is what this post is all about.
I really don’t think our current state of being in the U.S. is desirable to any of us living outside the beltway. I believe there is an underlying hunger for all of us to connect with each other. That is what this post is all about.
For this Sunday’s post on looking back five years I thought I would give you an update on rural Internet service.
For this Artsy Saturday I give you a piece of glass art I found recently at the Ft. […]
Most of you Baby Boomers out there likely know where the title of this post came from. Even though I use the film as the header above that is not what this post is about. Instead, it is about how we are giving up our country and maybe the world, just to get a few dollars more into our pockets
Whether you want to admit it or not, everyone has a dark side. If they didn’t, they wouldn’t be human. In this post I am going to reveal some parts of my dark side! Why am I doing that? Because I am an idiot! 🤣
I used to look down on those who don’t vote, but I changed my mind.
That is what this post is all about.
Thanks, Star Tribune for saying it so well. Another noble tradition buried in the stench of this presidency.
I have been doing some serious thinking lately. I know it is serious because my brain is getting hot. It is a good thing that I don’t have much hair up there anymore, that lets the heat dissipate better. Anyway, this post is about America’s heritage and how we need to rescue it. This is going to be one of my soapbox/philosophical speeches so hang on.
For this Sunday’s Look Back let’s look at the MAGA/Evangelical cult. I never would have dreamed that U.S. […]
For this Artsy Saturday I give you the Frank Lloyd Wright house near Springfield Ohio. I have been […]
No, I’m not talking about a paperweight hospital or the fact that the sole practical purpose of a paperweight is to sit around keeping things from becoming unsettled. What I am talking about is the patience it takes to make a paperweight as shown above. That is what this artsy post is all about.
Things are rapidly changing in our world and that has far too many of us in a panic. Those that fear change think we are at the beginning of the end in almost anything. But those who embrace change think we just might be at the beginning of the beginning. That is what this post is all about.
It’s time for me to introduce the final piece of my 2020 trilogy of projects. This one is entitled Rescuing Democracy – at the grass-roots level. That is what this post is intended to be about.
Since I am house bound through these winter months I have been watching more TV. It seems as though one commercial is from a drug manufacturer convincing you to buy their product and the next is from a lawyer wanting you to sue someone. That is what this post is all about.
They say the two political parties are betting their futures on which version of trench warfare will win out with the American electorate. This post is about explaining what the versions are and who the winner might be.
When I found this post from 5 years ago this week, it grabbed my attention even more than […]
The title above seems like an oxymoron. How can something be abstract and real at the same time. This post is about solving that contradiction and my fascination with the very idea.
One thing I seem to be learning lately is the title of this post. I am a septuagenarian so that may seem like a strange lesson to learn at this point in my life. That is what this post is all about.