(Fairfax, VA) The US Census Bureau announced impressionable young people are available in greater numbers than usual. Many failed to show up for a recent march on the headquarters of the National Rifle Association (NRA) in Fairfax Saturday afternoon.
These young people, who probably learned in school that they should get involved in important causes, apparently didn’t get their invitations, or weren’t certain what they were supposed to do at the NRA rally. Regardless, there’s more of them available, looking for a cause, so if you have old people that need meals delivered to them, work done around their houses or yard work, those are just some ideas. These kids are able-bodied and ready to go. They need a cause!
Some of them will do whatever you tell them to. In case you need a window broken, for example, some of them are good at that!
When I was younger, it was easier to find a cause. The shooters would set up in a tower right in the middle of a college campus. Continue reading “College Kids Need A Hobby (Or, Boy, Does America Like Its Guns!)”
Here’s a map showing the more than a dozen early-season wildfires setting records in California. The “2018 Statewide Fire Map” is provided by Google, and is continuously updated … Continue reading “California Wildfire Map”
I’ve learned something about troubled young people. I spend more time these days on Quora, where I have an established audience for my mental health preachings. Before I speak in layman’s-statistics-style, I’ll be general.
Quora is a place anyone can ask a question, and anyone, showing their credentials, can answer. I spend time in the mental health section trying to help people. I’m 56, well experienced and self published, and I find it gratifying thinking I might help someone.
Quora, though, isn’t a cross section of young people, even though there are a lot of Continue reading “Good New Article”
THE FACEBOOK GUY
My friend got a call the other day. The guy said “Hi, I’m from Facebook, the advertising department.”
My friend was watching TV, but was intrigued, he said, so he muted the TV.
“Listen,” the Facebook guy said, “there’s a guy in Fredericton Maryland, named Jimmy Johnson … Jimmy needs you to look at his thing.”
“What?” my friend said … Continue reading “Facebook’s Slow Death, and “YouEntertainment!””
I got 400 views on my Quora answers today! I’m up to 15,000 answer views, total!
Quora is a website similar to a blog, where lots of people ask questions and anybody can submit an answer. I have more activity there then on my own (this) blog, and invite you to come across!
Here’s an example Continue reading “The Bunny Bazooka Dilemma”
Cigarettes are clearly a hunger-related addiction, just like chocolate, coffee, sugar and salt. While this may sound, in the true style of addiction, like not a very big deal, messing with your “hunger system” is a big reason cigarettes earn the top of addiction’s totem pole.
The mind-bend doesn’t stop there, by far. The 4000 additives in cigarettes include Carbon Monoxide, Ammonia, Arsenic and Formaldehyde, and studies have shown smoking doubles your risk of depression. Continue reading “Cigarettes, Bipolar and Hunger Theory”
(Miami) In an unexpected move this week, Florida’s manatees announced their support of the far-left revolutionary group TPP.
From their field office just outside Zoo Miami, spokesman “Fred the Manatee” told an excited crowd Continue reading “MANATEES ADVOCATE FAIRNESS”
I don’t want to write an article about children being separated from their parents. I’ll just get in the middle of a nasty controversy.
And things not always being what they appear, this actually is an article about national pride!
I’ve got it all planned out, First, I want to set things up with this recent phone conversation I had with a friend in Florida:
My Friend: I used to teach preschool, but now I can’t because I don’t speak Spanish!
Me: How long did you teach preschool for?
My Friend: A lot! Continue reading “Children Separated From Their Parents”
(Mountain View, California) Hi-tech rock star Google today announced its contender in the field of musical instruments. The plastic-adorned, aptly-named “Gootar” is expected to hit stores in time Continue reading “Gootar Expected For Christmas”
It’s about time somebody said something about the “My Pillow” guy. I’m a radio announcer by trade, and I find it easy to criticize what we call professionals on TV and radio.
The “My Pillow” guy is not … an announcer. He sounds like what a pillow would sound like Continue reading “The My Pillow Guy, Monetizing Fluff”
I’m watching World of Dance!
I didn’t even know the show existed!
Jennifer Lopez is Continue reading “Monkey and The Engineer (Music Video)”
I wrote this song three years-ago.
You’ve probably not heard it yet!
It was inspired by my being disheartened about AA, after a dear friend of mine struggled, but no-one could seem to help her.
I have been sober for Continue reading “Bottles In The Air (Original Song Video) (For The Alcoholic in You!)”
The economic forecast for the computer cloud industry calls for rain. Except over the Dropbox application, where it will continue to be sunny and pleasant!
Today’s blog is about Dropbox, a retail application that shines in a very cloudy space in the world of the Internet.
Many people probably don’t know why Dropbox is the winning application to solve hard drive and syncing needs for more users than … (I don’t actually know this, but you can look it up if you want; this is a “do your own research” piece).
If you’re a techie, you know. If you’re a stock analyst, maybe not. That’s like a doctor not knowing why his patient is so healthy!
It’s simple. But you have to do one thing that the Dropbox people don’t require you to do, and which many people don’t do … to experience the invisibly near-perfect app Dropbox really is. Continue reading “Nothing Great: The Dropbox Story”
News reporting is like customer service; sometimes good things happen, but no-one says anything. There’s good reasons why.
Even more likely; bad things are avoided or solved, and with the solution the impact and newsiness of the story fades away, either no longer interesting, a story that never developed, or a dog with a missing tail.
The dog’s tail disappears easily in the world of customer service. When I was a customer service manager Continue reading “News Interruption!”