Monthly Archives: June 2021
Volunteering my services, having written extensively about the disastrous future we’re facing.
A question that popped up in the Quora discussion groups. https://www.quora.com/Why-are-there-so-few-Hollywood-movies-about-global-warming. Why hasn’t anyone written a great movie script about our pending demise? I hadn’t given it much thought, but now I am addressing it. As I recall, the movies that have given any thought to the problem of climate change have been pretty nonsensical. […]
global weirding comes to the US big-time. As someone who thought I’d be a successful playwright/screenwriter by now, I read a lot of obscure history. At one point I was working on a musical play about the US Cavalry men that finally brought down the Apache nation (especially Geronimo). This was back in the 1980’s, […]
September of this year will mean more than usual. Somehow, a 20th anniversary of a tragic event means more than a 15th or tenth anniversary. So it is with the upcoming 20th for 9/11, the attack on NY. I’ve bored people with my personal 9/11 stories on numerous occasions over the years, and some of […]
This was put up on Quora by a Democrat in the sTate of Indiana (already a rare individual). He goes by the moniker of Indiana War Donkey. I think most of the people following my blog know this, but still…It’s nice to have a reference point for such facts, especially as news organizations missed a […]
One of the reasons I get burned out when I talk to climate activists these days is lack of comprehension on their part. I was disparaged by the adult leader of a group of young people marching for Sunrise Rebellion a couple years ago because I was trying to explain the Aerosol Masking effect. If […]
So my angst was poked today by a question on Quora, where I spend entirely too much time– If the GOP allegedly backs the blue, then why did they vote down the commission that would have physically backed the blue? Which twigged the question–was Blue Lives matter protesting in DC when the GOP voted down […]