Thoughts, Current Events


Quarantine, Code Word for Self-Improvement

From my experience so far, there’s little upside to a nationwide lockdown. Businesses are shuttered or partly open for pickup only. Retail entertainment and dining is completely nonexistent. The gyms are closed. Leaving us with GrubHub and Netflix to provide everything that we desire, including the looming thought that this is slowly becoming the new … More

When To Move On From Corona?

How much is too much? In the grand scheme we’ve only been “shut down” for a month or so. But it seems like it has been an entire year of “social distancing” aka “isolation”. It’s rather annoying. The luxuries that the middle class are used to having are no more. As an entitled millennial myself, … More

Corona Exhaustion

It’s been a wild ride as everything has been put on hold for the Coronavirus. I haven’t even been able, or willing, to produce content considering everything is drowned out by the noise of corona news. It got me thinking about how exhausting this virus scare is. Being stuck isolated, I thought, would be awesome. … More

College Education Dilution

The belief of obtaining a college bachelor degree to land a solid career is turning into a form of folk lore. The baby boomers told us we need college education to be one-step ahead of everyone else. A bachelor’s degree will get you the promotions, the bonuses, the retirement, they said. Look at this very … More

CDC Warns, “This could be bad”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, advises, “…in general we are asking the American public to work with us to prepare in the expectation that this could be bad”. The source is listed below of exact media release from the CDC.  If all the hype and concerns aren’t bothering you yet, this … More

Farewell Kobe

Millennials, Boomers, Gen X, and even the Zoomers join today to say farewell to a legend. Kobe Bryant was a super star. Today was the farewell event at the Staples Center to bid goodbye and remember the greatness that was Kobe Bryant. His death will be remembered for as long as I live. Almost a … More


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