Seriously, if it weren’t for the comedic relief afforded by some of these types of shows, I don’t think I’d ever be able to crawl out from under the covers! From The Late Show with Stephen Colbert – one of my favorites. Enjoy! Advertisements
In March 2017 I wrote the post linked below and asked regarding Trump: How are all these people still standing by this man? Tell me, please, I’d really like to know … Original Source Post: Scary Times, Indeed. | AnnotherVoice | unsilenced Today, I am still trying to figure it out. Honestly, how did we get here? More importantly, how do we change the trajectory of this insane path we’re on before it is completely irreparable? Have we already passed that point? I admit, I’ve been complacent. I have so much difficulty navigating my own personal life and feeling powerless
Been a while, but it’s nice to see you again. I’m seriously not an Adele fan, but it seemed sort of amusingly fitting for the occasion! So many changes have happened in my life over the course of these last six or so months that I wouldn’t even really know where to begin. Instead, I think I’ll just pick up again as if the habitual lapse in posting was a figment of someone’s imagination. Besides, there’s so much crazy going on in the world-at-large these days that it almost feels like any of my own personal issues don’t even matter.
Since briefly mentioning in a previous post a while back about being frightened for the future following the election and inauguration of Donald J. Trump into the spot of President of the United States, I haven’t voiced much else. Why? Because it’s just so hard to believe that today’s political landscape is reality. Every news story, every bill draft, every tweet, every new policy announcement, every new discovery, every new reported change seems to be moving this country into a weird, backwards alternate reality that may soon rival best-selling dystopian novels and their box office-smashing movie counterparts. Are these things
Chutzpah. Merriam-Webster says it’s: supreme self-confidence: nerve, gall. I don’t have it. You know who does have it? Donald J. Trump. In spades. Outwardly anyway. I’m not sure it’s even a good trait to have in most situations. I mean, if you’re supremely self-confidant, one could argue that it works to your detriment. That one with chutzpah shuts down any naysayers and refuses to consider any alternate options or opinions. They refuse to listen, to consider, to learn and modify or adapt based on that learning. I equate it to emboldened ignorance, in a way. I am not now, nor