What happens when real world events take on the elements of a dystopian future? In Soylent Green, for instance, the public is suppressed under a totalitarian government and placated by images of “wild” animals when it’s time to move on to greener pastures and on to Marble Town.
The sad thing is this is currently . . . → Read More: Monsanto Protection Act
I told you to brush your teeth!
Or is it screaming at kids?
I read an opinion piece in a new Santa Barbara rag called The Sentinel. It was written by a Hope Ranch mother who yells at her kids the commands for everything from ‘get to bed,’ to ‘finish your dinner.’ Every element . . . → Read More: Yelling At Children
Yes, I traced it. But pretty good, no?
“I’ll teach them yoga.” The substitute teacher from San Francisco said this with a revelatory light in her dark eyes. “I don’t know what to do—usually there are sub plans.”
“Well,” I offered, “Special Ed. is different. You just have to step in and make your . . . → Read More: Freaky Yoga Lady
These two old bitties look like fun.
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is the only woman to have ever held the post. Former US track and field athlete and former Olympian Bruce Jenner is the only female to ever be married to the Kardashian matriarch.
The two fraternal twins were separated at . . . → Read More: Fraternal Twins
Remember when shooting things was good fun and nobody got hurt?
Adam Lanza borrowed his mother’s guns, then shot her. The problem isn’t guns, it’s parenting. Violent acts committed by people are generally not rooted in violent video games, violent movies, or bloody television. If that were the case we’d have a nation of . . . → Read More: Gun Control