September 29, 2016, by Uncola: His mother was born in Kansas. His father hailed from Kenya. These star-crossed lovers met in a Russian Language class at the University of Hawaii in 1960. A year later, he was born on August 4, 1961. Even today, his origin of birth remains a topic of national concern. In … Continue reading A Silhouette in the Sunset
Month: September 2016
September 27, 2016, by Uncola: In times such as these, I often wonder if the dividing lines separating truth and falsehood, light versus dark and clarity from obscurity are more defined by gray areas as opposed to any reciprocating forces of polarity. In other words, a war zone usually requires a clear line of demarcation … Continue reading Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions
September 21, 2016, by Uncola: Mary Shelly was born in London, England in 1797. Her father was a respected intellectual and her mother, Mary Wollstonecraft, was an early feminist and author. At age 17, Mary eloped with a previously married poet five years her senior by the name of Percy Bysshe Shelly. Mary did not … Continue reading How to Transplant a Human Head
September 19, 2016, by Uncola: At any given social gathering when an argument erupts between two people, there is usually one individual who exits the situation in a huff leaving the other involved party to eat their dust. This is when the remaining opposing party begins pleading in earnest with the onlookers, asking: “What happened? … Continue reading No Time For Losers.
September 16, 2016 By Uncola: My first car was a very pre-owned, 1971 Ford Thunderbird. I was only 14 years old when I bought it and I didn't even have my full driver's license. Since I only had my driver's permit at the time, my dad had to accompany me on the first test-drive. The … Continue reading Ford, We Hardly Knew Ye…
September 13, 2016 by Uncola: Yesterday, September 12th , 2016, after a long, hard day of working, internet surfing, reading and posting comments on various blogs, I couldn’t help but feel somewhat optimistic regarding “Hillary’s 911” and its potential effect on the outcome of this year’s presidential election. The Drudge Report has been mercilessly hammering … Continue reading Hear No Evil. See No Evil. Vote No Evil.
August 8, 2016 by Uncola: For years now, we have seen political correctness pervade into every facet of our existence. Ostensibly, being presented as “kindness”, it has now progressed into full frontal attacks daily on our First Amendment rights here in the U.S. and the complete abandonment of common sense throughout Europe. In the workplace … Continue reading Cruel to be Kind, in the Wrong Measure