“You can’t allow the forces of political correction to shut you up. I mean, why are people afraid to say, ‘Merry Christmas?’ Give me a break. If people don’t like it, yeah, they can go do something else.”– Benjamin Carson
Month: July 2019
Have you hugged a Jew lately?
A beautiful thought . . .
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.”
From a lovely girl . . .
(1929 – 1945)
In a hate-filled world . . .
(1889 – 1945)
That has come a long way . . .
Or has it???
Green girl smashes Ohio weightlifting marks
This headline came out of Franklin Furnace, Ohio, a village along the Ohio River just across from the ridiculously beautiful Commonwealth of Kentucky, and reminded me how complicated American life has become.
Between gender fluidity and identity politics, offending people is no longer a concern.
It’s a virtual certainty.
In this instance, “Green girl” and smashed weightlifting records are the worrisome terms.
In the good old days, i.e. last year, we would have all assumed that a young lady named Green, a young lady from Green, or a young lady who was sick to her stomach green, dominated a weightlifting competition.
Green Girl Power!
We would also assume she bested other estrogen-based humanoids formerly know as females, presumably grouped according to age, weight, or other criteria to provide a fair competition among peers.