Racism, a thought.

Although it is widely thought among Americans that racism is a bad thing it seems to be generally tolerated. It’s kind of like a group of the loudest, most obnoxious people you can think of in a crowded room. Some will distance themselves, “If you don’t pay them the attention they’ll quiet down and goContinue reading “Racism, a thought.”

Not On Pomp and Circumstance But of the Rights of the People: The True Meaning of the 4th of July

“When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to theContinue reading “Not On Pomp and Circumstance But of the Rights of the People: The True Meaning of the 4th of July”


  I read a posting on INTROVERT, DEAR titled Quit Making It a Crime to Be Quiet in the Classroom that I can relate to. I was a very quiet, awkward child in grade school and there was only one teacher that I remember, a Mrs.Truxell (sic) that ever got me. I still remember the book on dinosaursContinue reading ““QUIT MAKING IT A CRIME TO BE QUIET IN THE CLASSROOM” from INTROVERT, DEAR”

Natural Selection versus Genetic Drift in Single nucleotide polymorphisms, SNPs

Research published from The University of Queensland indicates that natural selection plays a greater role than genetic drift in SNPs dealing with height, waist-to-hip ratio, BMI, and schizophrenia among European, African, and Asian populations (Does evolution make us or are we just drifting that way?). Led by Professor Jian Yang from UQ’s Institute for MolecularContinue reading “Natural Selection versus Genetic Drift in Single nucleotide polymorphisms, SNPs”

Wow, and I thought I was a Progressive Thinker.

This morning I got a Twitter notification from All Revolutions (@RevolutionsCen) about an article from The Atlantic by Ed Young (@edyong209 ) where, as he tells it in I Spent Two Years Trying to Fix the Gender Imbalance in My Stories , “I knew that I care about equality, so I deluded myself into thinking that I wasn’tContinue reading “Wow, and I thought I was a Progressive Thinker.”

“I Want Money…”

Carmen de la Rosa Sanger Peters Anapopolis Rahim Martin Johnson Ross so-on-and-so-forth, etcetera, etcetera Weinstein had finally laid to rest poor, dear Leonard Weinstein, the former and now late CEO of the financial services of Weinstein, Sheckelman (husband number 9) and Johnson (number 6) in Greenwood and was on her way to the law officesContinue reading ““I Want Money…””

On the Eve of President Trump’s State of the Union Address

The wife is out doing the thing that she does to uplift and benefit the community, she is seamstress and customer for a local junior high school theater production company, leaving me to my own device. So, enjoying a couple of hours of solitary bliss I do as most in this modern age do and surfContinue reading “On the Eve of President Trump’s State of the Union Address”

Answer to a Facebook Friend Inquiry

Author Note: I was asked once by an FB friend what it’s like to have ASD. One of my Facebook friends asked me what it’s like to have Asperger’s. I replied as best as I could and liked it well enough to repost here. It’s like being hyper-focused and easily distracted at the same time.Continue reading “Answer to a Facebook Friend Inquiry”

Understanding Men

  Author’s Note: With the Women’s March, the #MeToo, and #TimesUpNow movements taking center stage I think it’s time we look at what really has inspired them, Men. Some of you women may have been wondering what the hell is wrong with these men? Is it all about power and control? Is it that theyContinue reading “Understanding Men”