Category Archives: paranoia

Will That Be Cash or…?

Chargex In the late 1960’s, a ‘new’ concept in credit was introduced: credit cards for general use. Initially, charge cards were in circulation in order to make it easier for wealthy people to make everyday purchases of hotel stays, expensive … Continue reading

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Lest We Forget: the Opioid Crisis

Someone is killing our most vulnerable citizens. Pain Prescription If you suffer from acute pain, you can get a pill which will help you ‘manage’ it. Then, when the effects wear off, and the effectiveness diminishes, you can always get … Continue reading

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Porn: WTF?

They are Messing with Your Head I’ve been pondering this post for a couple of days, and decided to write it because of what someone else wrote on Facebook today. The images that I found when I Googled “porn” this … Continue reading

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Tomorrowland: Is It Happening Now?

“Is it real life, or just a fantasy?” As luck (?) would have it, Tomorrowland, the film, was shown on television, yesterday. George Clooney, we have noticed, likes to make a point of being in films that make a point. … Continue reading

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#youtoo?

A Hashtag Revolution OK. So guess what? The social media campaign to have victims of sexual abuse and harassment unite using this hashtag has opened up the war of the sexes again. Men are having to witness a parade of … Continue reading

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“X” Marks the Spot

Have you ever wondered why this one letter of the alphabet is used so much more on its own than others? Maybe there’s a hidden message encoded in it. Pirate Treasure I was reading a post by David Wilcock a … Continue reading

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Modern Servitude

A Slave by Any Other Name…   I usually don’t write about social issues, at least. not directly. But a recent line of thinking has made me ponder: plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose. Most people coming to … Continue reading

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