Can We Have Our Rights and Privacy Back?

Wednesday, September 11th, 2019.

As you know today is 911, and every year on this day we ask the same questions.

What really happened?

You told us terrorist flew planes into the towers, and not many people doubt that, but you can’t deny the fact that those buildings were also imploded.  An implosion can’t happen the day of, that building would’ve had to have been strapped with dynamite long before the 11th day of September.

Who’s responsible for the implosion?

Did 3,000 Americans die for no reason?

Why did it take so long for us to invade the Middle East?

An attack against the citizens of this country on American soil in the way it happened, was an immediate act of war.  Retaliation should’ve been immediate.

Whatever rights we sacrificed in the name of safety, can we have them back?

Alright Everyone, Have A good Day.


Mond Is The Bomb; Texas A&M Primed For Upset Over Clemson

No, this is not a joke, Texas A&M could very well pull off an upset this Saturday, September 7th, when they play Clemson at 3:30, but in order to see this you must look past the cover.

The glamorous National Championship Trophy from last season, the then freshman phenom Quarterback Trevor Lawrence (who’s now a sophomore phenom), and of course, that impressive number one ranking are what we see immediately when we see Clemson, but it was this time last year that Texas A&M and Clemson played one of the most exciting games of the 2018 season.

A&M QB Kellen Mond threw a touchdown pass to Kendrick Rodgers with :43 left to play, and the Aggies pulled within two points.  Obviously, they didn’t convert, and the game ended 28-26.  Clemson won the game and went on to win the National Championship.

Kellen Mond and Kendrick Rodgers are back this season with a host of other players who were apart of a young Texas A&M team that was actually rebuilding in 2018.

If the Aggies beat Clemson last year it would’ve been an upset, and they came so close.  Clemson was winning the game 14-3 at half time, but it could’ve been 14-9.  A&M missed a field goal attempt and had one blocked.  It could’ve been a 14-9 game with Texas A&M getting the ball to start the third quarter.

The game was still 14-3 with 6:43 on the clock in the third quarter.  Texas A&M had the ball and they were driving when suddenly, Kellen Mond came up limping.  He left the game for a play and in his absence, the backup QB got hit and fumbled the ball.  Clemson recovered and scored on the turnover.

Mond returned to the game on the next possession and the Aggies scored on two plays.  The first was a 67 yard pass to WR Buckley who was tackled on the 9 yard line, and then, that amazing touchdown pass and catch.  Mond threw past five Tigers towards the back of the endzone, and Kendrick Rogers jumped and snagged it out of the air.  Texas A&M was trailing Clemson by 8.

On the very next drive Clemson answered with a touchdown of their own, and increased their lead 15.  The score was 28-13, but while you were up getting more potato chips, Texas A&M scored again on another touchdown pass from Mond, and just like that it was 28-20.

With 2:13 left, A&M fumbled and turned the ball over on Clemson’s 1 yard line, but they held the Tigers.  They got the ball back, and scored the games final touchdown with just under a minute to play.

I told you this game was exciting.  Texas A&M should’ve and could’ve won the game.  Don’t forget, they missed two field goals and turned the ball over twice from fumbling, and still, they almost upset Clemson.

It was also during this game that Trevor Lawrence threw a touchdown pass on his very first play for Clemson as a true freshman.

Here we are again, new season, same week, and both teams are 1-0 after winning their openers.  If last year was a rebuilding season for the Aggies then they should be a real contender this year.  I think Texas A&m will be mature enough and have enough confidence to win this game.

Texas A&M finished the 2018 season with a 9-4 record.  They had two huge wins over (13)Kentucky, and (8)LSU, and two of their four loses came at the hands of (1)Clemson and (2)Alabama who eventually played for the National Championship.

Perhaps it will be the Aggies playing for the National Championship this year, but let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves.  

Frankie Flash Feature Pick 

Clemson -17.5 Texas A&M

Texas A&M

In Order To Run You Must…..

Like I’ve said, politics aren’t really my thang, but in my opinion there should be certain qualifications required of any and all candidates running for an elected position in government.

In order to run, you must;

a.  Be at least a second generation American, meaning, you’re the son or daughter of parents who were born and raised in the United States.  You the candidate, must be born, raised, and currently living in the United Sates.

b.  Attend a private institution for 4 years where you will intensely study and be taught the history of the United States from 1700 to present.  At the end of the 4 years you must pass a history exam.  Before leaving the educational training you must state your political views and how you plan to serve your country.  Then you will be granted the privilege of running.

c.  On a social media platform, where everyone in the Country had access, you will sing “God Bless the USA” by Lee Greenwood, and however many likes  👍you get, that will be your number of votes.

Alright everyone, this is just my opinion, and I’m entitled to it.  We do not discuss politics on and we probably won’t in the future, but every now and then, as a citizen of this country, it is important to weigh in, give your opinion, and get involved.

Have A Good Day

Career; Separation and Hate



What’s up everyone?  How ya’ll doing?  If you’ve been keeping up with my blog here then you probably read “Show Quote; Scene Making Sense,” and I hope life hasn’t hit you with a spinning heel kick to the balls like it has me.

Yup things were going great.  I was on my way to work, I had a few days left before break, and all of a sudden, BAM!  I was rear ended.  A spinning heel kick to the balls and a big steaming shit right in my mouth.  That’s how it goes.  I am okay.  I will fight to keep my head above water, and I’ll fight to win because life shows us no mercy.


Moving forward, there’s been a lot of talk about careers.   There’s also been a lot of hating going on, and I really don’t like using the word ‘hating’ in situations involving work, and I made a promise to not give anymore attention to negativity so I’m briefly going to talk about careers while gingerly intertwining hate into the conversation.

Career path/Future Path

When discussing your future or your future path there’s a focus on the individual level.  Individuality is something I really stress because I love the fact that we’re all different.  It’s fascinating to me.  Nothing is more interesting than watching a professional at work; a master of his/her craft.

I watched the college wrestling finals because I wanted to see the two top wrestlers (in each weight class) in the Nation, compete, and it was like watching art in motion.  There is a future in the cards for the world, but your future will be your world as it applies to you, and this includes all the symbolism and clues that go along with it.  The future path, which includes your career path, is about individuality, self-realization, maturity, and self-awareness.

Your career path is your method of getting paid, which ultimately sets you apart.  There’s a separation between those who can, and those who can’t, and those who do, and those who don’t.  Separation causes hate.

A position with ABC Company required a high school diploma.  100 people applied.  Everyone was happy.  A position with ABC Company then required a Bachelor’s Degree.  40 people applied.  There were 60 haters who weren’t qualified.  A position with ABC Company then required a Master’s Degree.  15 people applied.  There were 85 unqualified haters.

ABC Company is very successful.  They want the most qualified candidates, and more importantly, they want people who want a career within their company.  A position with ABC Company requires a Master’s Degree, and a clean background check.  10 people applied.  There were 85 unqualified haters, and 5 haters who were qualified criminals.

1 person got the job.  There were 9 jealous people.

The following week, the person who got the job put his new suit on and drove to ABC Company.  On his way into the office building he was faced with an angry mob of protestors.  They had signs and chanted, “no work, no money.”  Some of them were even throwing rocks and bottles at him and the ABC Building.

He passed the security guard, who ignored him, and headed to the elevator.  The elevator guy threw an evil look in his direction before pressing the button to the floor he was going to.  He greeted the woman sweeping the floor, but she just gave him a fake smile.  The two secretaries gave him the middle finger when his back was turned, and the guys washing his office windows were cursing at him, but he couldn’t hear them because they were outside.

He worked at ABC Company for a year.  As soon as his boss got his Master’s Degree, he fired him.


LOL Have A Wonderful Night


Thinking and Relaxing


     What’s up eveyone?  I hope you’re all doing well.

     It’s amazing how life works out.  It is a journey, it is mysterious, and if you want, things can come full circle for you.  It’s 2019, and I’m waking up in a position I was in when I was 23.  This time around things are different though.  Its like I’ve been given a second chance to make things right, and set this path straight that I’ve been on now for 16 years.

     I was young then, alone, and making one wrong decision after another.  I was living for the moment, wreckless, and without a care.  I lost.  I lost a lot of good friends, a lot of good jobs, and a lot of money.

     Eventually, I let it all go with the belief that if I took the time to go within and learn, and keep learning, maybe one day ill come out of it all with clarity and direction.  I did.

     I’m looking forward to a special future, and I hope someday I can recover what I lost, and those things I let go of, I hope they’ll come back to me.

    I don’t hate, I harbor no resentment, and I don’t have any regrets.  I’m really excited.

     I feel grateful to be in a position where I’m involved actively, while still learning and making sense of the past.  Its like living in the past, present, and future all at once.  Sometimes it can be very overwhelming, I can’t deny that, but it’s amazing.

     Amazing.  Yes, that’s what it becomes, and it keeps getting better.

Have a Good Night

Hove ‘N’ Late

     I hate you because you’re a bum, and you have a beautiful home.  I hate you because you’re poor, and you’re rich.  I hate you because you’re fat, and you’re skinny.  I hate you because you won, and you lost.

You think about me though so do you really hate me?  Hate is confusing, and it doesn’t make sense.

I love you because…

…..because you know none of that stuff matters.

Love isn’t confusing, it makes perfect sense.


News Now


Alright, what’s up you all?

     Today obviously is the first day of April.  I hope you didn’t get tricked too good, but hey, the day isn’t over yet.

     I just wanted to let you, my dear readers know the News Now category on this site is real up to date news.  It’s not traditional in the sense of reading scripts, copy editing, or following narratives, but it’s real and current.  I mean usually I’ll cover some sports, and you’re probably aware it’s mostly Pennsylvania sports.

     Journalism right now is wide open, and truthfully, you can turn on the television, or pick up a news paper and “read all about it,” but I’m coming to you live and direct, which is why we encourage more interaction from readers.  It’s all good.

     There’s so much happening right now.  Who’s on the job hunt?  Are you trying to find a career, or a part time job to make a few bucks?  At this point in my life, I know what I’m bringing to the table when I apply somewhere so my emphasis has really been on the employer and the people I could potentially be working with.

     If you’re bouncing from job to job, it could wear on you.  It could get you down, and the inconsistency could drive you nuts, but don’t let it get to you.  For those who really enjoy working and like making a paycheck, not working can be the worst feeling, and that time in between jobs might feel like an eternity, but shit does happen.  Make sure you’re learning from your mistakes.

     It actually took me a while to start figuring this out, but I’m starting to feel good about the way I shop for jobs.  If you notice an employer losses your application several times and has you reapply, or they say the’ll call you at a specific time on a specific day and don’t, then you need to consider if it’s worth your time.

     Think about it.  You take the time to update your resume, either you make a trip to the place to fill out an application, or complete one on the internet, and you follow all their guidelines for applying.  Don’t forget, you do this with an upbeat and positive attitude.  At the very least, they can hold up their end.  Perhaps, act like they really want to bring in a fresh new hire.  They did say they needed help.

     How about a job or career fair?  Have you tried one lately?  If you haven’t, but you plan on getting to one soon then there’s something you should know.  A career fair is a set up with like thirty or so employers/companies, and from my personal experience there’s two things I want to share.

     The employers/companies have representatives there who have tables with attractive displays.  Some are way better than others, and after making a few rounds, it’s easy to spot who put in the effort, and who just slapped something together, but the idea behind the table displays are to sell their place of business to you, the person who’s looking for a place to work.

     The reps should be positive, upbeat, and want to sell you a job.  They should want to sell you a job.  I approached one table to inquire about a particular place to work, and the rep behind the table told me to complete the application on line.  That shouldn’t be your experience with any company at a job fair.  You shouldn’t walk away from a table feeling like you could’ve gotten more accomplished if you stayed home and applied.

     A career fair is a chance for job seekers and employers to come out from behind the screens, and talk to one another, which is very important considering the way the application process has evolved.

     The second thing is to be conscious that the tables are close together.  If two companies you really want to apply to are sitting next to each other, you might want to speak to them at different times.  If you talk to Company A, and tell them you really want to work for them, and their company is really great, you’re going to look like you’re full of shit if  you repeat the same thing to Company B who just heard what you said to Company A.

Have A Wonderful Night