Monthly Archives: June 2020

Some recent Asian Dramas

I watched the Chinese drama The Ancient Detective. I really liked it. It was a lot of fun.  Very corny, cheesy, twisty turnl y (I guessed the ending, tho, gotta brag). If you don’t like martial arts movies where people fly through the air and freeze people’s blood with the right hand blow and use […]

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Real conservatism via Sonnie Johnson

There are no podcasts I listen to on a regular basis.  There a couple I listen to once in a while.  One of them is Sonnie’s Corner.  I know that to some peopled. I don’t see loud, I see strength and passion, and sometimes legitimate frustration.  You may not have heard her before, but she has […]

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Reading Lately

I am on a Marti McAlister kick. The author is Eleanor Taylor Bland,  Marti is a black city cop. She worked in Chicago for a long time. Her husband, also a cop, dies before the first book in the series begins, and she moves to a smaller town on the outskirts of Chicago with her two […]

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Officers body slam and cuff the wrong man, breaking his wrist

The shootings are more dramatic, so they get a lot more attention, and that’s understandable. But there are a lot more incidents like this one that just don’t get caught on camera, or the victim doesn’t want to make an enemy of the local police, or is too traumatized to follow through. Police officers assaulted […]

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Think on these things

Conversation should be on things, rather than persons- Isaac Watts People ask how I am doing, and I tell them fine and this is mostly true at the time I say it is.  I live in the moment. I do not really experience the passing of time the way others seem to. I have alluded […]

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