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April 23, 2020

Bumper Stickers (DOG EAR)

’ll admit that Facebook really brings out the worst in me. Mostly because of you twits. With all that’s going on in the world, all the blame, counter-blame, the alternative history; it’s like I’m Don Quixote and every idiot out there is a windmill. I’m easily baited by faulty logic, simplistic equivalencies and straw man projection. I feel the need to answer. And then I feel the need to check for the reply, so I can answer, reply, answer, and the monkey’s got his fist in the anthill hole again. I had to drive an hour out of town to […]
June 10, 2021

Facebook Jail (DOG EAR)

ell, I landed in the cyber-slammer. I’m making bytes into bits in the rock-hocky ring. And all because I tripped an AI. Okay, technically I agree with the Facebook policy. It can be said that Facebook, in part, swayed the election of 2016 (and possibly 2020). It’s fine if it’s done with valid truths. But not if it’s done with lies. And there is still a sizable portion of the population who believe “The Big Lie”. Social media has been weaponized, but your author got caught in the crossfire. What happened was this: I referee a role-playing game on Sunday […]
July 22, 2021

Introdus (DOG EAR)

kay, I’m unsure and uneasy about Facebook’s new group method. I know that this blog is really a labor of love (just as my novels were). I know both have received little notice by the mediasphere. I’m a realist. This blog is more an exercise at journaling than anything else. So when Facebook changed it’s group defaults to allow anyone to join, I just shrugged. After years of managing this place, very few people had joined. It was more a close collection of friends who wanted to see my comments about media and books. Fine. It’s like my own little […]