Archive for November 2018

Why I Didn’t Love the Movie Widows

Why I Didn’t Love the Movie Widows
The critics raved about Widows, the newest film by British director Steve McQueen. McQueen won an Academy Award and many other accolades for 12 Years a Slave, a film I really liked. So, I was primed to enjoy Widows. After all, it received a 91% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and 4-star reviews from many critics.... Read more »

What Happened in Vegas Stays Around for Black Friday

What Happened in Vegas Stays Around for Black Friday
Just checked Las Vegas off my bucket list. My husband and I met our cousins/dear friends there last week to celebrate our mutual 50th anniversaries. While we had a great time, I couldn’t help seeing Vegas as a microcosm of our country these days. The Trump tower looms over every view of the strip, demanding... Read more »

E-Learning at Home and Why it’s a Fail

E-Learning at Home and Why it’s a Fail
My grandkids who live in another state had an e-learning day last week when their school was closed for staff in-service. I guess this counts as a learning day. It was also a trial for doing the same thing on snow closing days, thus avoiding having to make these days up at the end of... Read more »
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Facebook, Stop Telling Me to Boost my Posts

Facebook, Stop Telling Me to Boost my Posts
Here’s what Facebook tells me about many of my posts on my “business” page Still Advocating: “Boost your post to get more likes, comments and shares. People are boosting posts similar to your post Halloween has become so commer… to reach more people. Try boosting yours for $6 to get more likes, comments and shares... Read more »