There’s so damn much going on it’s hard for me to find the time and mental energy to bring it all together.I’m currently working on posts covering the Trump budget proposal…They defecate in our swamps and bogs And call water bugs delicious. A chuckle is mightier than a scream of rage, and it's good to have friends who know how to chuckle." * (I’ve posted this in column or blog form a couple of times previously, but perhaps it should run every few years in an effort to bring reason to the debate) (Should one wonder over my dates, be advised that I wrote this as a newspaper column nearly two decades ago.
Lots of good, decent and people are looking for love on the Internet. Social networking is quicker and easier than in-person networking.
You don’t even need to leave your chair (or your car, if you have the right App).
To tell men NOT to feel this way would be akin to telling them not to breathe.
Now, I don’t always agree with all of the conclusions that Rudder draws from his Ok Cupid data.
Can the Paris Agreement still mitigate the rise of CO in the atmosphere?
Or was it all just liberal lip service to begin with?
If you are upset about Trump and upset about Trump pulling the US out of the Paris agreement, please let me help you get through the day.
Trump announcing that the US is pulling out of Paris does not mean the end of Paris, the end of action on climate change, or much else about…
The following was penned after he'd heard some upright citizen from his locale proclaim that he's "certainly not a bigot—far from it—but facts are facts and you can't deny them people are not our equals. They defecate all over the roads And they eat uncivilized food.
Give 'em an inch and they'll take a mile." "Them people," according to Bob, "are whatever group the proclaimer is most ignorant of—racial, religious, ethnic, political, cultural, whatever—and you can bet there's someone in the target group who's spouting the same crap about the proclaimer's group." Here's a poem Bob penned on the subject: ON LOGIC AND TOLERANCE IN COMMUNITY RELATIONS When the toad was about to sell his place, he rallied his neighbors face to face and explained his views with regard to race: Damn right I don't like frogs, They're clammy and slimy and vicious. Their skin is warty and dry as death, Their ignorant croaks can't be understood, And their tongues—well, talk about dragon breath! © Robert Elman Bob added this at the end: "My bit of doggerel doesn't amount to any profound insight, but it was fun to do, and I enjoy sharing these trifles with you.
Once upon a time, he was trying to illustrate why free dating sites were “better” than paid dating sites, but it was clear that he was advocating for Ok Cupid.