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UFO Down, and Wet

Lurking off the coast of Florida, smack dab in the middle of the Bermuda Triangle sets a strange foreboding enigma that some dude from the Discovery channel, claims is an sunken alien spacecraft. Of course it is! Like what else could it be? Hype for his Show? Nawww, who would do that? The wreck, being over 5,000 years old, is encrusted in coral, and weird in shape with projections radiating from a central hub. When I read that, I identified, immediately with my own abduction experience because that's exactly what the alien probe looked like just before they rammed it up my ass. So, I'm thinking, maybe they finally got proof of the rat bastards

Great Beast of Our Forests

I don't know if Sasquatch exists or not, but I think it's interesting that if he doesn't, there's an awful of people that are running around making up fake footprints, and fake pictures, and fake videos of the big guy. That shit takes a lot of time and effort, with the expectation that you're going to be called an idiot, or worse. Now in defense of Bigfoot, I will say that I can understand, if he exists, why absolute proof hasn't been found. Our forests are huge, and dense. Take a walk through one sometime, let me know how many bears you come across, and if you do, be warned, he's probably hungry.

Milk, it's a Good Thing

except when it's not milk, and I don't care what others say. Milk from nuts, ain't milk, even though 'others' call it milk. Milk from my nuts ain't milk, you don't drink that shit do ya? Ok, maybe some do, but those who do are probably those 'others' who just get off drinking milk from nuts. Don't be an 'other', drink real milk, from a cow, or from your mamma's tit. Got it? Geeze... do I gotta tell ya everything?

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Before peace on earth, there was hell.

 

Strange, this work is over 25 years old, and looking back on it, I get why it never sold. But damn, I'm proud of it. Check out a sample, here.

Where You go, I know

should be Google's tag-line because apparently they follow us everywhere, even when location is turned off. So why bother with giving us a false sense of privacy? Google probably just wants to make us feel like we're in control, but you and I, we know better, we always have. Just like almighty God who wants us to think we have choices, that free will exists, the reality is, we don't. The truth is, our lives are set in stone, and the next powerball winner is out there, somewhere, and it ain't me, and probably not you. After all, If I had a choice, I would have bought that ticket a long time ago. Sometimes, it all makes perfect sense.

Short Fiction

With all the pieces laying around,

why is life so redundant?

GO!

The Inflation of One's Ego

is making some people wealthy, and others thinking they're something they're not, up and coming stars of YouTube. Yeah, I get buying YT views is cheap, but you're paying for nothing, their ain't nobody watching 'cept some snippet of code. I'm a youtuber, and a small one, but I create because it's just something I'm driven to do, I enjoy the entire process and if one of my projects makes you smile, I'm happier for it. No, I don't have a lot of subscribers, and not a lot of views, and I've been at it for a while. While  it'd be nice for tons of views and subs to come my way, I want it to happen because people enjoy what I do, even tho' I often struggle how to define what I do. So my suggestion, work at what you do, day in, day out, cuz buying shit, like views and subs, that's just inflating your ego and doesn't do jackshit for your creative juices. Besides, when I like a vid, it's because it interests me, not because how many views it has.

Lil Girl Wendy Burger

I gotta tell ya, whenever I'm out in public, I'm nervous of what might pop up on my social media feed. That's right, I follow a couple of porn stars, but only because I'm a fan from way back in the 80s, and I figure they need as much help in their golden days as I do in mine. But this old dude doesn't seem to have the same sensibilities as I do, setting in Wendy's, eating a burger in a back booth while scoping out kiddie porn on his laptop. I'm bothered by the fact that Wendy's logo is of a prepubescent redhead, and I'm thinking for that old pervert, that was icing on the cake. Can't make the shit up, if I wanted too.

Senseless

My brother, Mark, was the victim of a senseless act of violence Wednesday night. As the owner of the Blue Sky Bar and Grill, he was doing what any normal business owner would do, respectably confront an abusive customer who was being rude and obnoxious. A split second later, he found himself holding his guts in as the attacker went on a rampage that was quickly ended by others in the bar. After being airlifted, and spending over four hours in surgery, we got the news he was going to be OK, I finally got to videochat with Mark Thursday evening, and he's doing well. He's an ex Marine, a survivor, and a fighter with a sometimes comical sense of life.

 

That's why I've been absent, and will be till Tuesday.

 

If you'd like to help out with medical bills, I've started a GoFundMe page, at least leave a prayer, or a a get well. He'd appreciate it.

Reality Redo

Reality is already a mixed bag of nuts when it comes to news, and specifically social media. You can't always believe what you see on FB, twitter and the like, even though there are people who view most of what appears in their feeds as god given truth. And with the advent of 'DeepFakes', videos of people saying shit they never said, of doing shit they never did, it's going to get a lot worse to figure out where the truth is. What I find fascinating is how the technology started. In porn! Yep, once again we find porn leading the pack. Somewhere, someone thought it'd be cool to place a celebrity in a porn shoot. Back in the day, it was pretty obvious, not so much anymore. So please remember, when you see this old man banging some young thing, it ain't real, as much as I'd like it to be.

Art & the Slap of a Hand

Art is an amazing concept of the human mind and everything we create has a foundation in that concept. From the buildings that populate our cities to the exhibits that hang on a museum wall. Art is reflective of our dreams, our interpretations, our desires, and our ideas of beauty. Ever wonder if that concept is embedded in our DNA, or is it a social construct? Why did early humans paint on cave walls? Were they trying to convey information, or were they simply painting a pastoral scene from their day? I don't know, but I'm glad that tens of thousands of years ago, some cave person decided to mix some charcoal past together and slap an imprint on their cave wall. Doing so gave us all something we relish as being a good thing, except for maybe deepfakes.

Dr. Fantastico and his Amazing Candy Bar

Try one, it'll make your day.

Good for the Goose

I'm conflicted on the ban that Apple, YouTube and Facebook placed on Alex Jones. On one side of the balance, I'm all about free speech. The other side is that free speech has to come with some accountability. I'm not so sure that free speech gives you the right to degrade someone in public, to spread lies and deceit with the sole intent to cause harm and division. You can't falsely yell 'Fire' in a crowded room for a reason. One, it's a lie, and two, the results could lead to bodily harm. That all said, our right to free speech is a basic right, the right to speak your mind, to state your beliefs, even if they are hateful and divisive. What I do find interesting is the fact that conservatives are blasting the actions as a war on free speech. You know, the same guys that are claiming business owners have the right to refuse service to anyone. Well, what's good for the goose, is good for the gander, whatever a gander is.

Imperfect words?

Our media isn't perfect. It's also not Fake. If it were, you'd have to apply that bullshit to the BBC, the AP and Reuters, along with a host of other media. You'd have to disregard hurricane warnings, sports scores, and local news. Hearing something you don't like, doesn't make it untrue. With 33,000 journalists at work here in the USA, I'd have a hard time believing they're all part of a grand conspiracy to lie to us, to make shit up on a daily basis. If they were, well that's what I'd call a really deep state of affairs. The larger truth is that our media can be biased, can slant stories to get their readers fired up. Fox does it with their opinionated political commentators all the time. That's completely  different from their news organization. When it comes to CNN, from what I read, they don't have to make shit up, Trump does it for them.

 

That.is.all.

Continuing Voyages

There are small things in life that make me smile and there are really big things that make me leap for joy. Hearing that Patrick Stewart is returning to CBS all Access as John Luc Picard has me smiling one second and leaping the next. Funny, how one looks forward to a mere TV show for joy, and I'm not sure what that says about me, but I'll take it. With the way my lucks been going, I'll probably drop dead with a massive stroke the day before it premiers. That'd piss me off.

Yes. It's Friday

or your Friday, I'm working the weekend, so it sucks to be me.

But come Tuesday, I'm like a Bat outta Hell.

Damn Straight, There's

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