Monthly Archives: February 2023
The Ever So Loose Fetterman/McCain “Mattadox”
A Monday slipped by me, even though I got great news and had wonderful social interactions with decent human beings. I dug around and saw a link to a Granite Grok piece about Senator Fetterman, (Matt’s note: It was a … Continue reading
Uncle Music or Your Music May Suck Marketing Extravaganza
I had saw a commercial the other day that featured Montell Jordan, who was singing about taking an Uber. Apparently, I was a touch slow, not knowing this was a Super Bowl commercial this year. I used to watch the … Continue reading
The Sky Needs A New Kock, Stories From Life’s Abyss
I was loathed to type about most news stories that I see on the news. People make their best attempts to appeal to my emotions, usually to do something or care about something. I usually do not. But I found … Continue reading
The Marquis de Sade Merry Go Round
I believe it was Rob from Rob Says, who had parried the common refrain from many others, asking: Have you read de Sade? I had never told him that I had borrowed one of de Sade’s books from the library … Continue reading
Would It Hurt You To Adopt Some Decorum?
We all have seen the shrieking protestors, mutant theybies, and a bevvy of degenerate assholes wreaking havoc on people’s everyday lives or at least setting a bad example. I had originally thought that this was endemic of leftist entities, but … Continue reading
Is More Government Really The Solution? Parts of Your Life Better Done By You.
I have mentioned my personal disdain many times for government licensed marriage. I think it made a mockery of a private “institution” and I think that it empowers the lazy/stupid. (This covers “shade” thrown at both the conservatives back home … Continue reading
The Matters w/ Matt: Single and Ready to Get Unhinged
Every Wednesday: I never fail to be disgusted with advice columns. I am unsure why they still get paid to do what they do. As always, I am in awe when it comes to awful examples like Dear Prudence and Dear Abby. The … Continue reading