In Men in Black 2 a security guard reads a newspaper report headed “DEVIL ESCAPES FROM HELL” Considering numerous media reports disparaging President Trump’s character, I’ve begun to imagine that when the devil escaped from hell he assumed the persona of Donald Trump, for as Donald Trump the devil spreads the evils of racism, sexism … More Devil escapes from hell!
It’s a real pleasure to read reports of the surge in morality that President Trump has inspired. Ms Huckabee, his head of info promulgation has been removed from a big chicken eatery because of the highly moral feelings of a chicken servers’ manager, and in Canada the firing of a restaurant manager for refusing to … More Morality Law and Eating
December 12, 2013 Two problems have emerged in the years since the 1970’s through the oil embargo driven depression of the early 1980’s in North America: diminishing opportunities for employment and increasing divisions among national populations where people have come to behave as though “people hate people“. Both of these matters are satirized in the … More Guns Trucks & Robotics
Once imagined as the internet of ideas that worldwide web of computers has morphed into a spidery war of mystery and characterless pseudonyms where ones personal friends and relatives invade transparently, the concreteness of their being fading beyond the stratosphere into cyberspace.
I just read an outburst by a female journalist calling the U.S. president a pig for his negative comments about female journalists appearance. Online journalists have depicted women’s attributes in purely physical terms raving about how certain women have looked or how they may be smokin’ hot or similarly degrading epithets that encourage people like … More Hot/Jaw Dropping Journalism
Media is transfixed by a preoccupation with physical appetite: online images of people are captioned with words like you should see her now as though physical desirability is the measure of a person’s value. Mr. Weinstein’s images introduced in recent days have been my introduction to a person I hadn’t known existed before his face … More A Face
Today the ladies on television are celebrating girls day interrupted by images of women outside North America, images that seem familiar from NGO ads I’ve seen before. A week ago on facing benches in GO’s west concourse, people hurried between two young women – girls cushioned by bags,trying to get some sleep, one her hair … More Girls Day