This Vegetarian Has Gone Fishing...
... For some relaxation. Sorry, my lovelies, no Internet access until Friday, September 3rd. See you soon. Or shall I say, read me soon.
In the meantime, there's tonnes to check out on the site. Take a look. Send me a note. And enjoy!
Confessions of a Cancerous Mind
Would it make any difference to you if someone were to say you only had 18 months to live, 18 years to live, or you would live to be 100?
What if you were just 12 years old and were asked this question?
Because that is what Heather Othick asked her then 12-year-old daughter Ellie - who was terminally ill with brain cancer.
To which Ellie replied, “I just want to be happy.”
So Heather never told her child that she was going to die.
While everyone praises her, I can’t just sit back expressionless, while Teri Hatcher touts that she is plastic surgery and Botox free.
I call Bo-crap.
Recently, this important news story broke on CNN and the other major news networks. (Hey, if it is good enough for TMZ it is good enough for CNN.)
I know the stories have not come as frequently of late, they will again - soon. In the meantime, have you really checked out everything on here?
My portfolio? My suck-it Hollywood and the media page? My chocolate cake that is so healthy you can eat it for breakfast - and wash it down with a dinner of "french fries" and "ribs" - among many other ridiculous recipe innovations?
And of course, my virtual buffet of articles with everything from Mid-east politics to pop culture and beyond?
Now, if you have read it all, tell me what you want to read next. (Heck, even if you haven't read it all - let me know.) Remember, if you need a voice, I write very loud.
Stay in touch! And keep checking in for more stories, from my disruptive perspective.
The Medium is the Machine
With all the groundbreaking findings published in the news, the media are having a hard time deciding what to tackle next: Kids’ thoughts on cake and candy, men’s thoughts on T & A (their cake and candy), or Mel Gibson’s thoughts on Jews.
Here are a few actual examples of recent news pieces:
“Millions face famine in Niger.”
“Dieticians recommend more whole grains.”
“Going back to work not as fun as going on vacation.”
“Is a college education worth it? College professors say yes.”
“College students prefer professors who are easy graders and don't expect a lot of them.”