While searching for career paths to take and trying to find what would fit me best in the world, I ended up watching a lot of vids about businesses and looking for jobs and the like. I should've been cleaning my house top to bottom, but got sucked into watching and getting more and more … Continue reading Q #168: Does the “corporate ladder” still exist, & if so, is it worth pursuing anymore?
While I'm a big believer in the concept of fair play, when one side writes their own rules while trying to tear the "everybody" rules to pieces, it's time for the other side to do something else. You can't explain or reason with a hungry cannibal; it's gonna tear you to pieces. REBLOG from Armchair … Continue reading Republicans Did Their Homework
I had been up since 3am yesterday because after Dump returned to the White House from the hospital and promptly took his mask off, I was just livid and it wouldn't let me sleep. And then the pictures of him going around without a mask, and then making that "don't worry" video... Yeah, let's just … Continue reading I had to rein in my anger at Dump yesterday after the incomparable Beau reminded me of something…
My Copy: 9780807000670 (image from goodreads.com, new cover art on link version) It took me a lot longer to read this last book of King's than I thought it would, but that's because it was so surreal and potent. Surreal because I had to stop and remind myself that this book was written in 1967 … Continue reading Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?, by Martin Luther King, Jr.
image from citizentruth.org Granted, the situation in Texas is VERY different than the one in Michigan. Michigan has more stringent measures put into place regarding business closures (which might make sense, considering the numbers dying up there right now). Of course, since state governments are trying to do the best they can--or at least some … Continue reading This Michigan craziness reminds me why I am shutting down work while I’m ahead…
I have an H-E-B grocery about a dozen miles from my place. I went there on an errand when this whole mess was shutting things down (in the first waves of the Toilet Paper Wars, too). Things were orderly, and I wrote about it last week, so I won't rehash the whole weird day. I'll … Continue reading Amazing how a grocery chain can enact an emergency plan & have it’s sh** together long before the government even starts to…
Over the years, I've seen a lot of "opportunities" on the web and on TV that have made me just paranoid by reflex. I never have gotten into home distribution or some marketing opportunity, though I've had others try to get me into them. As far as I know, nobody is trying to get to … Continue reading Q#121–Where’s the line between Multi-Level Marketing & a Pyramid Scheme?
I was grabbing some things on my shopping list tonight (I plan to have a cooking, cleaning Christmas this year), and after freezing my butt off in the HUGE produce section, I went to the nearly-as big deli and "cheese shop" area. Cheese is tricky for me because I'm lactose intolerant, but in moderation I … Continue reading Q #118: What the hell are truffles (and I don’t mean the chocolate kind)?
My Copy: 9781565849426 (image from bn.com) If there's one book about Ancient Rome that should be added to someone's bookshelf, it's most definitely this one. The Assassination of Julius Caesar is not a thick book, but contains so much that should at least be analyzed and taken into consideration. I love the title; it's perfect … Continue reading The Assassination of Julius Caesar: A People’s History of Ancient Rome, by Michael Parenti
My Copy: 9781442265684 (image from bn.com) The title pretty well says what this book is about, and goes through the increasingly-combined issues of conflict, genocide, and climate change in spades in these 158 pages (not counting notes). This is NOT a book detailing how humans are creating climate change, but rather a book that explains … Continue reading Unstable Ground: Climate Change, Conflict, and Genocide, by Alex Alvarez