Words, Words, Words.

Posted by admin on October 2, 2017 in The Soapbox |

I don’t play bar games very often. I prefer steel tip darts to soft tip, but don’t like trying to keep score. I love the idea of pool, but I never paid much attention in math class to things that seem to be important in the game, namely geometry and physics. This is not surprising, […]

Hooray For The Red, White & Who?

Posted by admin on September 25, 2017 in The Soapbox |

There’s a lot of people whipped up into a real frenzy these days, largely because of the caustic remarks of a president who had the nerve to call American citizens choosing to take a knee at a football game, “sons of a bitch.” Well, that’s a first for me. I’ve never heard a president call […]

It’s Critical. I Think.

Posted by admin on December 12, 2016 in The Soapbox |

Increasingly, we seem to be living in a post-truth world. We seem to refuse to believe the most basic of absolute facts in favor of the wildest of fantasies. To bolster our belief in the absurd, the crazy and often times manipulative, we drink the Kool Aid of faux-news sites and clickbait on Facebook and share […]

Liar. Liar.

Posted by admin on March 14, 2016 in Politics, The Soapbox |

This year’s election circus has taught me something. No, this isn’t some diatribe about the Republicans or the Democrats. Rather, it’s about lying and our increasing acceptance of it. As you’ve probably noticed in the presidential elections this year, there’s a lot of lying going on right now. Some candidates have a tad more truthiness […]

Hack! Hack! Cough! Puke!

Posted by admin on December 29, 2014 in The Soapbox |

There are times when I am almost positive that Sony hacked themselves in order to turn a so-so, borderline crappy movie into a big hit. After all, it’s a brilliant marketing strategy — make a bad movie, create a newsworthy situation that puts the spotlight on the movie and its production company, pull the movie […]

Shamu On You!

Posted by admin on August 12, 2013 in The Soapbox |

Growing up in the Pacific Northwest, I have always admired killer whales. As I kid, I read the Native American legends about these majestic beasts, which inhabit the waters of Puget Sound and the Straight of Juan de Fuca. When I was very young, I saw my first killer whale, Namu. He had been captured […]

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