Lately, I keep seeing articles about how a new study has shown that dogs are actually cleaner than most men’s beards.
The study has received a lot of attention, but as someone with a beard I have several questions about it.
First of all, why did anyone do this study? I feel like someone without a beard did this study just to prove a point. Or perhaps someone who is married to a person with a beard funded the study just to get the spouse to shave. Continue reading “Is my beard really dirtier than a dog?”
Did you ever think about how the names of several cities are kind of stupid?
The names are something we don’t think much about, we just kind of accept them. If you focus on them for a few moments, though, many of them don’t make much sense.
Here are a few urgent questions about this pressing topic, along with a few points of interest about the monikers of several cities. Continue reading “It’s time we changed the names of a few cities”
The first time I smell fresh cut grass each spring, it always puts me in a good mood.
It’s a nice reminder that spring is really here, and it’s even better if I wasn’t the one cutting the grass.
After smelling cut grass for the first time this year, it got me thinking about how several ordinary items can make me happy, so I am listing a few of them here to see if any of you agree. Continue reading “Fresh cut grass, new butter and other ordinary items that are actually fun and exciting”
Now that Avengers: Endgame is finally almost here, we are bound to see plenty of pointless articles about the movie in order to draw in readers.
This is one of them. I will do whatever it takes to get more readers.
Whatever it takes.
I do, though, have several important comments and questions about the movie before it finally gets here and dominates the media and the box office.
Continue reading “Avengers: Endgame: The Column”
I love exclamation points!
For much of my life, I didn’t see much of a reason for these points of exclamation and I only used them sparingly.
Lately, though, I use them all of the time! Continue reading “Exclamation points are the best!”
Too often people talk about procrastinating as if it’s a bad thing.
Sure, there are good aspects to finishing projects quickly, but there are also numerous positives related to delaying your work.
Often when I am supposed to be doing something like completing a work project, cleaning the living room or tying my shoes, I get interrupted by important thoughts that must be pondered. I see this as a positive example of prioritizing. Continue reading “A few words in support of procrastination”
After two weeks without posting anything, I would like to take some responsibility and offer an explanation.
It’s not my fault.
Thank you. I felt I needed to get that off of my chest. I do have a few reasons for not posting for a while, though, along with a few thoughts on not writing. Continue reading “It’s not right to not write”