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So. It’s your fault. Now what?
The world is about to change; in fact, some of the changes have already begun. Weak (more…)
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“Okay, fine. But why is that my fault?” I can hear you thinking this, perhaps a bit angrily, suspecting some sort of bait-and-switch. Don’t worry, it’s still your fault.
Oh, not the virus. That’s nature; that’s what nature does. There’s a reason we invented doors and windows and walls and things; it’s because otherwise nature will kill us. Plagues are just one of the more colorful weapons in its arsenal.
No, what’s your fault is that society has been continuing blithely along (more…)
The NFL is being boycotted in retaliation for some players kneeling in protest during the national anthem. The protests began as against police brutality, particularly against members of minorities.
There was another mass shooting, this time against a crowded open-air concert. Thoughts and prayers are being sent, and they’re being ridiculed by people demanding gun control — never mind that no practicable gun laws would have prevented this latest atrocity.
Marches and protests and riots. Tearing down statues. Congressional stalemate matches. Hurricanes, floods, fires, earthquakes. Bad economy, lousy job, sick parents and sick kids, student loans we can never pay back and an underwater mortgage.
Not just the country but the whole world is in rough shape, my friends, and small wonder there are protests. But I put it to you that there are better ways (more…)