Four Musings from an Old-Timer
1) I have two day jobs, one in the white-collar world, and the other in the blue-collar world. The former is in the education field, the latter is in the, uh, warehouse field, I guess.
They have their pros and cons. The white-collar job is quiet, polite, and often boring. The blue-collar job is noisy, chaotic, but rarely boring.
In other words, if you are a functioning alcoholic, go white collar: You can snooze through your hangover. If you are young and energetic, go blue collar. You won’t be bored.
Better yet, win the lottery and just stay home.
2) With politics, you have to take a break from all the sound and fury, because the depressing bottom line is this:
When Democrats/liberals/progressives criticize the other side, they are often correct: The other side is filled with knaves and scoundrels.
When Republicans/conservatives/Trump criticize the other side, they are often correct: The other side is filled with knaves and scoundrels.
You have to pick your poison.
3) Unfortunately, I’m beginning to think of school/workplace shootings the same way I think about floods in the Midwest and tourists who fall off cliffs while taking selfies – tragic, but just part of the background noise.
4) I watched the first episode of season three of Slasher on Netflix.
It has nudity and gore, which is to be expected from this kind of thing. But mostly, it was “woke” messaging being shoved down the viewer’s throat.
I much preferred High Seas, a new Spanish series also on Netflix (pictured at top).
It’s a great-looking, old-fashioned mystery set on a 1940s ocean liner. If you’re in the mood for that sort of thing, this is that sort of thing.
I looked up the show’s stars and discovered that lead actress Ivana Baquero has a leaked sex tape. Or perhaps it’s from a movie. Conflicting reports.
Either way, you know you want to see it, so here you go:
Normally, this blonde on Fox – Ashley or Ainsley or whatever her name is – doesn’t do anything for me. But goodness … doesn’t she look like she just had a fun roll in the hay?
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