I was on Twitter for almost four years until one day, I decided I’d pretty much had enough. For me it had become a platform of extremism, toxic to those that had the temerity to stand up for themselves. Mostly, those people that stood up were atheists.
I’m an atheist. I have no qualms with being an atheist. I never have. I’m also a conservative. That, for some, is inconsistant in and of itself. On one side, I’ve been told that being a conservative must mean that I have to believe in a higher power. On another side, I’m told that I’m not really an atheist because, no atheist could possibly be conservative. But here I am.
There’s actually a “reality” show on television called “The Great Christmas Light Fight”. Really? I just want to say I don’t watch any of these “reality” shows. I just read something recently that exposed most of these shows as being completely scripted. You still wtach this drivel?
I don’t. None of these shows has the tiniest amount of interest for me. I suspected a long tine ago that these were rigged to begin with. I know a lot of people that used to watch many of these shows but finally realized they were indeeed fixed.
But to create a reality show based on people trying to out-decorate each other during this holiday? Completely stupid. Oh! BTW, I first noticed it was on television last week. I don’t know if it was the first show or not. It’s too much. For me.
Is it possible for Hollywood to come up with some original programming? It seems like all of it is on the cable channels in the last few years. “Broadcast TV”? Try harder.
I know many of you disdain this time of year. It is a Christian holiday , at least here in the United States but it doesn’t mean you can’t still celebrate the season. I really cannot understand some of the utter hostility I see on social media.
I can’t stand it. I just have to write about an arti
cle I just found from last summer concerning the DNC email leak, aka, the “hack”. I’ve never seen this one but then I don’t regularly read far left media. Maybe I should start.
I’m sure that most if not all of you have seen this story. It’s amazing to me that cities and towns do not yet seem to understand that government is prohibited from promoting any single religion in the public space. Why do they keep trying and why does someone have to complain about it before any action is taken?
As I was having coffee this morning, I was checking my Twitter feed a saw dozens of tweets/retweets with this headline:
Dozens of electors join demand for intelligence briefing on Russia before Electoral College vote
A link to an article in The Hill was attached. When I got around to actually looking at the article, I discovered that what was being tweeted out is a bit misleading.