March 17th, 2015 at 5:33 pm by Mark
Tags: americans, holidays, ireland, social commentary, st patricks days
It’s interesting how everyone’s forgotten that St. Patrick’s Day was a celebration of the official debut of Christianity in Ireland, whereas in a America, it’s a day to get blind drunk on green beer while wearing as much green-colored clothing as possible…
March 9th, 2015 at 5:42 pm by Mark
Tags: graves, revenge, social commentary
It’s like sign in my store used to say: “Every customer brings joy to our store: Some as they enter, and others as they leave.”
February 27th, 2015 at 5:57 pm by Mark
Tags: colors, dress, grumpy cat, intelligence, social commentary, what color is it
The entire “What Color Is It?” experiment was a sad social commentary which did nothing but prove that people on the Internet will argue about what’s right in front of them, and that many of them lack basic reasoning skills and, along with that, the ability to understand other people’s points of views. Contrary to all verbal diarrhea by so-called “intelligent” people, the experiment had little to do with higher or lower functioning eyesight or brain function. In fact, the biggest variance in differences depended solely on the contrast levels of the LCD and LED screens that people initially saw the image on.
January 30th, 2015 at 5:17 pm by Mark
Tags: asshats, books, social commentary
I can name several thousand people in my general vicinity who would certainly benefit from taking the advice in this book…
March 14th, 2014 at 3:59 pm by Diva
Tags: asshats, kids, parenting, social commentary, spanking, violence
I grew up getting my ass kicked for screwing around in school, getting bad grades, being disrespectful, trying to dress like a ho, breaking curfew, cussing, smoking. etc. After 40 and having children of my own, I don’t hate my parents for it, no. I grew up to be somebody. I work my ass off and do my best to teach my kids not to be a waste of air.