Tag: HP Pavilion x360

I Had Court Today And It Was Wholly Ridiculous

I Had Court Today And It Was Wholly Ridiculous
I had court today.  So let’s start by answering the question burning in your brain due to the previous statement. I received a ticket for having a burned out headlamp.  Yes, one of my headlights was out. It was a Monday evening, January 28, 2019 to be exact.  It was prior to my recent move... Read more »

Words And Narratives Matter: Kylie Jenner Is NOT Self-Made

Words And Narratives Matter: Kylie Jenner Is NOT Self-Made
I feel like I always need to start these types of posts with full disclosures and disclaimers: I am not a big fan of pop culture. I only recently acquired a TV for the first time in 10 years. I am not a fan of the Kardashians I am far beyond being  Kardashian hater.  I... Read more »

Jussie Smollett and The Cult of Celebrity

Jussie Smollett and The Cult of Celebrity
cult of celebrity noun phrase Definition of cult of celebrity : the tendency of people to care too much about famous people. He criticizes the way journalists promote the cult of celebrity in modern America. Unless you’ve been hiding under a very sizeable rock the last few weeks, and especially today, you’re familiar with the ongoing saga of Jussie... Read more »
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Gillette and the Kind of Men We Want To Be in 2019

Gillette and the Kind of Men We Want To Be in 2019
Life is about evolution in my humble opinion.  Nothing in life remains static.  We, and the world around us is constantly changing.  At this juncture, it feels like those changes are so rapid, and sometimes people bristle in the wake of rapid change. The Gillette “Toxic Masculinity” ad took some of these changes head-on. I,... Read more »

Van Dyke Evades Justice and Crook County Strikes Again

Van Dyke Evades Justice and Crook County Strikes Again
There is no worse feeling than that in which you feel that you have no equal protection under the law. That is exactly what occurred yesterday when Jason Van Dyke, a convicted murder was sentenced to 6 years in jail, 2 mandatory. Van Dyke’s crime…killing a 17 year old kid while serving in his duty... Read more »

Once Upon A Time, I Was A Musician: Part 1

Once Upon A Time, I Was A Musician: Part 1
A buddy of mine from the Army sent me a photo from a metal show the other day.   It was an Oceano/Whitechapel show.  I was super impressed that he remembered that I dig those types of bands.  More importantly, the mention of Oceano brought back some wicked memories.  Allow me to explain.  I’ve been very fortunate... Read more »
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Here It Goes Again: A Brief Reflection On Another School Shooting

Here It Goes Again: A Brief Reflection On Another School Shooting
While eating dinner this evening, I saw on Twitter that there was another shooting at another high school. 1 dead, 1 in custody. So unfortunate. In my prior professional position, I would often talk to students about the real price of gun violence, and the ripple effect of these events. Butler High School in Matthews, North... Read more »

Throwback Monday: Riot Fest Day 3 of 3

Throwback Monday: Riot Fest Day 3 of 3
OK…So, I’m not sure if this counts as a throwback since I never published it.  So yes,  this one is delayed. I have no excuses, other than I have a job, and a very active lifestyle.  It’s 11:15pm and I got home a little while ago. Started my work day at 7:30am, proceeded to jiu... Read more »

Riot Fest: Day 2 Of 3!

Riot Fest: Day 2 Of 3!
Good morning friends! People say I’m a good writer, but half the time, I have no idea how to start a post.  So, let’s just cut through the bullshit: Day 2 of Riot Fest Was amazing!!! Holy crap!  I felt like I was 20-years-old again, and let me assure you, I’m closer to 40 than... Read more »
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Dating And Sex In Chicago: The Summer 2018 Edition

Dating And Sex In Chicago: The Summer 2018 Edition
So, I’m going to tell you a story, and all names have been changed to protect the guilty.  Let’s start by acknowledging that there will be very little discussion (unfortunately) of sex in this blog. This summer has been, less than bountiful in that department you could say.  In all honesty, I have not had... Read more »