Cancel culture is here and it’s powerful. It doesn’t discriminate. It doesn’t look at intent nor does it care if you just got elected as a senior official in government but it will if you smoked crack back in high school or was accused of saying the n word to a colleague at your first … More Why Cancel Culture Has To Go
When I was asked by the man himself if I could write a piece on his Facebook show called “Cooking With Sandro”, I welcomed the opportunity with open arms, having only until then been privy a mere few weeks to the infectious energy he infuses into his LIVE broadcasts. Indeed it is almost impossible not … More Cooking – The Sandro Mauro Way
SPOILER ALERT***Bookmark this post if you haven’t seen the Netflix series Dead To Me, then come back and read it!*** I could use a “Jen” in my life – the kind you find while binge-watching a Netflix series and ponder whether the F-bomb is overused in daily conversation. (In the make-believe world, it doesn’t seem … More Why Jen is My New Anti-Hero
I’m sure most of you have seen the video that has gone viral of the Texas woman licking ice cream and putting the tub back in the store freezer, all done with the exuberance of a 10 year old, except she is older and this is simply not funny. She has since been identified and … More Stupidity and The Pursuit of Greatness
The College admissions scandal which has rocked the news in recent weeks is certainly an indication that class entitlement has reared its ugly head yet again. Indictments have been announced this week, resulting in tarnished reputations and shattered hopes, all because of an elaborate scheme created by a mastermind con man to give wealthy families … More A Life of Privilege
I am no film critic and this being an unusual departure for me to write a review, I thought it would be interesting to deliver my take on an old-school motion picture, without giving too much of the plot away (I hope). If you haven’t seen it and don’t want to know more, then consider … More Spotlight: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
If I were to describe my musical tastes in one word, it would be: eclectic. Pop, rock, classical, alternative, rap….doesn’t matter…if it “grabs” me, I am hooked! I can listen to Sinatra in the car one minute and then drive up the jam with Drake the next. To me, it’s all about the melody or … More My top 20 songs, or songs I never get tired of hearing
I have always appreciated humor in all its forms: stand-up routines, rom-coms, random jokes, situation comedies, to name but a few. I also seek out a good sense of humor in my daily interactions. Laughter makes us feel good, doesn’t it? To me, the following blurb is spot on: (but I’ll leave the biological analysis … More Dying is Easy. Comedy is Hard.