Thursday, January 11, 2018

Best Friends politically incorrect

Best Friends politically incorrect

On the website U.S. News & World Report appeared an article titled:

“Should Schools Ban Kids From Having Best Friends” dated January 5, 2018.

Written by Dr. Barbara Greenberg.  Brief description of Dr. Greenberg:

Dr. Barbara Greenberg, PhD, is a teen, adolescent, child and family psychologist licensed in Connecticut and New York. After 21 years of running an inpatient.

Here is a paragraph in the article:

“Many of you will suggest that our kids should toughen up and will become hardier if they learn to deal with the natural shifts in friendships that are inevitable. Perhaps, there is some truth to that. However, I am concerned about the bigger picture, which includes the pain associated with exclusion and the gentle comfort associated with inclusion.”

A liberal assault on the institution of having a “best friend” is the latest nonsense proposed by the political correct thugs in the USA.  If person A and B are best friends, then person C is excluded feeling neglected.  Unacceptable since all are to be accepted and experience no rejection in the cultural declining USA. 

Children are not to know failure or rejection thus making them unprepared for adulthood in the real world.  Elementary school children playing sports or a game, no score.  Because the losers are to be shielded from being losers.  No game of dodge ball, it is too violent.  Play a sport and everyone gets a participation trophy. 

Hence from pre-K through post-graduate no rejection, sheltered by “safe spaces” these snowflakes erupt when confronted with real world situations they are not accustomed to.  They wanted Hillary to win in 2016.  Their teachers and news media told them she would win.  When she lost, they felt rejected, unable to handle that, they rioted.    

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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Yahoo Email Warning

Yahoo Email Warning

There is an email looking official from Yahoo.  It is not, it is a scam.  In the email if one clicks on "click here," your computer will then import a virus.  WARNING!

Yahoo email warning

Annoying words and phrases

Annoying words and phrases

This is the third video in the series “America’s English.”
Here are eight annoying words / phrases:

---Shelter in place.
That is usually announced when there is danger at an institution.  Why not say “run,” “hide,” or “barricade yourself?”  It seems in unison they all adopted “shelter in place.”

News media pundits and politicians no longer have a talk, debate, or discussion.  They all now have a “conversation” and/or implore others to have a “conversation.”  They have worn out that word.

Doing yard work or exercise in hot weather, someone always state: “you need to hydrate.”  In other words need to drink.  So what’s wrong with saying drink or take in liquids?  “Hydrate” equates to a fire-hydrant and do what dogs do to fire-hydrants?

---Lets agree to disagree.
This is said when two or more people are unable to agree when discussing a disagreement.  That is the easy way out.  Continue the disagreement until one side agrees.  Or if unable to agree, then end it acknowledging an agreement was not attainable.  Inserting “agree to disagree” is weak.

---It is what it is.
The night is dark because “it is what it is.”  Hello:  Nights are dark and that in itself is what it is.  Water is wet, fire is hot.

---I want to say……
Many people initiate a response to a questions with “I want to say.”  What is that?  Say it, no need to revel your feelings that comes across in your answer.  By starting with “I want to say” is a delaying motion or an attempt to portray a deep thinker. Hooey!

---See what I’m saying
Some people add after a lengthy explanation conclude with “see what I am saying?”  No, unless the person is a cartoon comic character with a speech bubble.

---Can I hold your pen?
Instead of asking “may I borrow your pen,” or “may I use your pen,” or “let me use your pen,” some ask to assist you by offering “can I hold your pen.”

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Women’s war on the Civil War Nativity?

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Women’s war on the Civil War Nativity?

Search YouTube for videos on Civil War Reenactments, specifically “Remembrance Day Gettysburg” and you will see hundreds of people dressed in Civil War garb of both Union and Confederate soldiers in addition to women dressed in their 1860’s finery.  Look close and you will see a spattering of women dressed in Union solider uniforms.  Huh? 

What kind of reenactment is that by dressing in a fantasy?  Women did not put on solider uniforms and fight the battles of that war.  This is political correctness American style by bastardizing history.  It does not end there.

Christmas Eve Dallas County in front of a Protestant church was a live Nativity Scene.  With Joseph, the Blessed Mother Mary, and two Wise Men, the Two Kings.  Huh again???  It is supposed to be the Three Wise Men, the Three Kings.  Not in politically correct USA.  The third person was not a man, but a woman dressed up as either a king or a queen.  Political correctness re-writing the Bible. 

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