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The blog is going in some new directions

Posted: December 28, 2016 in General, Opinions
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I have to wonder if the new direction the blog is taking has any real effect, I have many interest, opinions and plenty of sarcasm to go around. I thought adding food recipes that I like would show a better side of me than some ranging psychotic bitch all the time, and for the most part I have picked up some new followers and in turn I found I enjoy their blogs as well. The big but! here is are they simply liking this just to add new followers to their own blog and in a sense I guess all this blogging does in many ways have to use the chain reaction effect to gather followers including myself.

The big difference with me is this is just a personal blog, I’m not a professional any more but just a bored out of my mind person who just loves to blog even when no one is reading it. This blog is and always will be a mix of any and every thing that is in my brain.

Thank you foodie’s who have followed me for the recipes I post they are all ones that I would cook and recommend myself (I have a fascination with Pasty’s in case you haven’t noticed) and none of the recipes are of my own creation and will always give the credit where credit is due. Thank you followers who like my ranting, raging, and sarcastic opinions your my favorite  Punk

Cheesy home decor

Posted: December 26, 2016 in Opinions
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I’m just saying! my list of some things I think are cheesy, but there are those who like this kind of stuff, you know who you are Just kidding

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This is my #1 pick for the cheesiest

For those who like cheesy stuff find these and more at Wayfair


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November podcast is done Click here to listen

Verizon wireless has screwed up big time and this crap came back to haunt me since October 20, 2016

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As you listen to the podcast you can see by this photo what I was most angry about, adding phones lines without my knowledge then trying to charge me for disconnecting them.

 

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I can be smart when I want to be

Posted: September 22, 2016 in General, Opinions

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Best Persuasive Essay Topics: Some Food for Thought

The best questions for argumentative essays have no obvious answers and always bring together some conflicting options.

Here are a few examples:

  1. Does smoking help people make acquaintances?
  2. Should students add their teachers as friends on Facebook?
  3. Is the first impression of a person always right?
  4. Are conflicts necessary for healthy relationships?
  5. Should lecture attendance be optional?
  6. Is business ethics an obsolete concept and an oxymoron?
  7. Should companies try to copy what their competitors do?
  8. Can businesses learn from their customers’ complaints?
  9. Should all energy drinks be banned?
  10. Is China a new superpower?

Easy Persuasive Essay Topics: Keep Them Simple

Don’t settle for one of the boring, classic topics for topics for persuasive writing, such as abortion, euthanasia or gun control.

Good debate topics can be much easier to write about and more optimistic:

  1. Should employees be allowed to use social media sites at work?
  2. Should companies send “happy birthday” messages to clients?
  3. Would Shakespeare’s plays be more interesting if shortened?
  4. Should internet slang like “LOL” and “IMHO” be included in dictionaries?
  5. Does the English language need to be simpler?
  6. Should kids be allowed to draw on walls?
  7. Do modern schools depend too much on technology?
  8. Do online students have better chances to cheat?
  9. Should hospitals use placebo treatments?
  10. Do innovations really make us lazier?

Amazing Topics for Persuasive Essays: Get Inspired

  1. Can college athletes be smart?
  2. Should students have profiles on all major social networks?
  3. Should people abandon cash and use plastic cards only?
  4. Should countries have “one-car-per-family” policies?
  5. Should we preserve old buildings as historical monuments?
  6. Are some TV ads objects of art?
  7. Is music in shopping malls harmful to employees’ well-being?
  8. Can listening to favorite music heal?
  9. Should journalists who distort the truth to make the news more sensational be punished?
  10. Should all TV channels have censorship?

The easiest way to write an A+ persuasive paper is to choose a topic that truly interests you:

  1. Can college athletes be smart?
  2. Should students have profiles on all major social networks?
  3. Should people abandon cash and use plastic cards only?
  4. Should countries have “one-car-per-family” policies?
  5. Should we preserve old buildings as historical monuments?
  6. Are some TV ads objects of art?
  7. Is music in shopping malls harmful to employees’ well-being?
  8. Can listening to favorite music heal?
  9. Should journalists who distort the truth to make the news more sensational be punished?
  10. Should all TV channels have censorship?

Sharing living space

Posted: May 3, 2016 in General, Opinions, WTF?

Steaming mad I read an article yesterday about a woman wrote that she lives with her boyfriend and for 10 years he (her boyfriend) has never once helped pay any bills and only a few times did he buy some groceries, she was asking for advice about if other people thought he should be helping or was she just being petty about this, here is my answer to that woman: HELL yes the guy should help, I posted that reply to the article and all of a sudden other people started booing me on their post about what I said, ok people this is just messed up! If you live together expenses should be shared that’s the right thing to do. To those other posters that thought I was a bitch for saying what I thought well you people need a bum to stay in your house, eat your food, watch your cable TV, and drink your beer and never pay a dime then come back and post what you think you bunch of ass wipes.

No soup for you

Posted: May 1, 2016 in Opinions, WTF?

1281575685People do the dumbest shit here is a good example: “A Texas lawyer upset that he wasn’t provided a cup of soup during a recent meal has notified a restaurant owner that he’ll sue if not reimbursed the $2.25 for the soup.seeking $250 in attorney fees for the time spent drafting a letter sent to the owner of Our Place Restaurant in the Fort Worth suburb of Mansfield. the soup was listed on the menu as part of a Saturday special. He says the restaurant offered no discount or substitution when it ran out The lawyer argued the menu amounts to a contract with the customer and the owner violated the terms of the contract. But the restaurateur says the menu makes clear the soup comes with a meal "while supplies last."

Sunday morning brainstorm

Posted: April 26, 2015 in Opinions

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America has become obsessed with the freshest ingredients when it comes to food, no additives, preservative’s or growth hormones and this is all well and good if your getting the food and cooking it that day, ok let me back up a minute I can see the no growth hormones ever thing ( I believe it is making children mature prematurely)  but in a market of mass production the organic and preservative free is not practical because it does not store well for long periods of time. If you go to a fresh market daily and cook the foods you buy that day this is all well and good but not so good if your going to store or even freeze those foods, to many things can happen to that food on a microscopic level. In the competitive market of mass production companies have done what the public wants by introducing the “all natural brands” but as a result such as with the latest Blue Bell ice cream company using only the freshest ingredients is killing the company, although we all love Blue Bell ice cream the solution is to add back preservatives in order to stop harmful microscopic bacteria in the product. NOTE! this is my opinion ONLY and NOT backed up by any scientific study or evident.