I just read a little about this rioting in Baltimore. It’s upsetting. Whatever happened to talking things out and hearing how the other side feels? I remember a book laying around my house when I was a kid. It said “Free to be You and Me.” That was so 70’s. Why hasn’t that evolved? Why … Continue reading The End of Racism Begins on Your Street
Watching Foreigner this weekend I was dumbstruck to find the band consisted of no original members. Some had been fill-in players as far back as 20 years but none were the ones who wrote and recorded Foreigner music. It got me wondering about other bands who do this sort of touring. I was reminded of … Continue reading Bands With Just One or No Original Members
I got off work without complications Friday, it was time to get ready for our Stateline/Vegas Foreigner concert weekend. It seems like the odds are stacked against me when driving home at 4 on a Friday because so many other drivers are getting ready for their weekends and everyone is cutting each other off. Finally, … Continue reading Foreigner at Stateline
Possession horror is a category that’s been around for a long time, at least since the 70’s when “Damien the Omen” became a household word. I’ve noticed a comeback recently in these films and I’m really not impressed by it. I have to respect the majority though and these films do very well at the … Continue reading The Babadook
I don’t know what it is about me but I thrive on not working, swimming, and going fun places. The Summer allows me to do all that stuff. My Summer is coming soon, 33 school days to be exact. I’ve started since Cgrustmas do be regular at my writing habit. Since then I’ve added … Continue reading Shameless
These are some amazing blog posts by other people I read last week. Check them out! The Art of Making Hard Choices The Art of Making Hard Choices. A very healthy and good post that asks the question, “Who do you want to be?” instead of “How easy can you make this.” Read this one. … Continue reading Blog Safari 4-23-2015
Today’s ramble is an audioblog post on college. Higher education has increased my wife and I’s standard of living immensely. This post was published first as Should You Value Higher Education? on Damien at the Speed of Life.