The media isn’t going to change. Critical thinking skills are more important than ever. If your first thought is “good luck with that,” I’m with you, baby. We’re doomed. Got any donuts?
The day may come when you can’t scroll past ads on social media. TV and the cable companies are leading the way on that front, disabling fast-forwarding through commercial breaks.
A friend and I were recently talking about how we came to computers.
Got up at 5 AM to spray a wasp nest under the eaves over our breezeway, something you definitely don’t want to do when they’re awake and alert.
What I want to know is when do we start to see the episodes of Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune taped without audiences? I ask because I think the networks’ decision to delay putting them on the air isn’t helping.
One of the most important questions you can ask yourself is “So what?” I’m asking that question more and more often these days. We should all be asking it.
The second I clicked, a mental grail knight—the very one from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade—said “You chose poorly.”
Won’t it be weird if it turns out one of the long-term effects of COVID-19 on young victims is autism, and then they come up with a vaccine?