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Everybody has the smarts to look at the parts of their life that need a little work. If it is true that the "unexamined life isn't worth living" (Socrates ???), then by all means examine yours, just for the heck of it. Then poke fun at the parts that need a little work. It will feel good to laugh. Especially before anyone else gets a chance to.
Why not? By all means the reader should throw smartalecky darts at even what this writer says about politics. He's 50% wrong, but no one agrees which 50%.
They say that HISTORY repeats/doesn't/just rhymes. Don't accept that blather! Sometimes it's silly, or doesn't make much sense. See some great examples in this section. Besides, who would know that fire, beer, and bread were invented by the same Primitive genius (see page 54)? Got any videos to prove otherwise?
Good heavens, science is really a "way of thinking," rather than a string of facts in a room full of dusty volumes. Get the real dirt on the start of crop rotation (page 38).
Not on your life (or anyone else's)! LIFE is pretty wide topic to cover, so think about one important historical thinker -- The Thinker (A. Rodin's great sculpture)! Page 167 tells exactly what the real statue is probably thinking.
Oh you know -- economics, art history, calculus, philosophy? Et-cetera? You may have avoided them because they reaally did sound hard. Not really!! Find out how to tackle those items, and make your friends oooh & ahhh. Maybe even grumble about you.
...you will be happy with any page where you start. Then pick another page after that. And another. Then another. They will all make you happy.
Seniority has it's value. And values. Those values are truly solid, which allows a skeptical and smartalecky senior to see life with humor. Or else.
Mostly. In truth, they merely prefer their own company most of the time. Except when they don't. Which makes us pretty much like everybody else.
Because they don't even bother with trivia like other people. You see -- someone else's opinion about themselves is none of their business.
...lives in Rochester, New York, with his wife. “Walters” is a writing name, but those who know him easily recognizes him from that mediocre head shot, improved by an excellent quality B&W film. He spent the first part of his working life as an Army officer, then a corporate engineer. Now he writes.