He or She

Kind & Bold

Ah! I can’t think of anything but the election 2016 of United States of America. There is not much I could say on this matter as I am not a person who talks a lot about politics. Having said that, I don’t ignore it completely, I learn about politics on need basis 😀

But. This election terrifies me, in my opinion (only my opinion), both the candidates are not suitable for running, however it’s so happened we are on that day that we can’t do much about it but only accept whatever happens.

We all know it does not end here, it’s only a mean comma after all these 18 months’ bitterness for their fury to show up and it’s not far. There is no way, we could un-see what we saw and heard of in the past 18 months.

It’s so weird that I observed in this election, that…

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Letters to the Power Plant Men #36 — Sunburned at Dell

Power Plant Men

After I left the power plant and went to work for Dell on August 20, 2001, I wrote letters back to my friends at the plant letting them know how things were going.  This is the thirty sixth letter I wrote.  Keep in mind that at the time when I originally penned this letter I didn’t intend on it being posted online.

05/23/02 – Sunburned at Dell

Dear friends at Sooner,

This has been quite a week.  I’m glad I have a long weekend to recuperate.  I have had to use my brain, and my back this week to accomplish all the activities I had to perform.  —  I’ll give you a run down of what my week has been like.

I know this won’t sound like much to the Sooner Plant Super Heroes who climb boiler walls like Spiderman, and Leap steam leaks with a single bound like Superman…

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Webcomic Review: ‘The Führer And The Tramp’

Comics Grinder

"The Fuhrer and the Tramp" “The Führer And The Tramp”

The figure of Charlie Chaplin looms large all these many years and rightly so. If Chaplin had only taken his career as far as his Tramp character, he would richly deserve all the accolades in the world. Unlike other silent screen giants, it was after dominating the box office in what he was known for, that he pushed himself to his greatest creative heights crossing over into the sweeping changes of a new generation. Chaplin’s achievement is so singular and unique that it simply has no equal. It is all on full display with his film, 1940’s “The Great Dictator.” In honor of such talent and vision, a webcomic and graphic-novel-in-progress plays off all the dynamics involved between Chaplin’s answer to Hitler. This is a bold and whimsical fictionalization entitled, “The Führer And The Tramp,” written by Sean Luke McCard, Jon Judy and…

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Thurs. Nov. 10, 2016: Appropriate Venue, Plans, and Projects

Ink In My Coffee

Thursday, November 10, 2016
Waxing Moon
Cloudy and cold

I’ve written a piece about my disgust at the election results, and how it could have been prevented. I’ve been predicting this outcome (due to smugness and apathy) for months and been laughed off as a Cassandra. It’s a case where I hate being proven right.

It’s not appropriate for the blog, and it’s one of the best pieces I’ve written in a long time, so it will find a home elsewhere, and I will concentrate here on writing and life. And now that MA has legalized marijuana, I can stay stoned while we die of radiation poisoning in the upcoming nuclear holocaust. Well, those of us who haven’t been slaughtered by the marauding bands of hate mongers who’ve been given permission to do whatever they want, or those of us dying because all the social services created to support us…

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