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The pandemic of the self-righteous

Two more weeks to flatten the curve, a phrase we all heard so much when this all began. Yet, two more weeks have turned into forever now. Those of us who are somewhat impartial or not completely partial to one side have seen how the pandemic has transformed beyond just a virus and physical illness.… Continue reading The pandemic of the self-righteous

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To everyone facing termination if they don’t get vaccinated.

A lot of my readers, even those working remote, are facing a situation where if they do not get vaccinated then they will lose their jobs. Almost all big companies are starting to comply with the mandate and push for all employees to present proof of vaccination or lose their jobs. I am facing this… Continue reading To everyone facing termination if they don’t get vaccinated.

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Observations of life in a state without a lot of COVID restrictions.

A couple of months ago, I made the decision to leave NYC after being opposed to the mandates that were being implemented. Not long after leaving NYC, I arrived in a state where the governor is aggressively pushing back against restrictions and mandates. Now my experience is quite limited for right now and this may… Continue reading Observations of life in a state without a lot of COVID restrictions.

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Why Manhattan happily complied

A little more than a year has passed since the lockdowns were first announced in NYC over the pandemic and little did I know looking back that it was just the start. At first, a lot of us enjoyed the privilege of working from home and no longer having to get up early on a… Continue reading Why Manhattan happily complied

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Why the California recall election is one of the most culturally significant moments of the century.

This is one of the most controversial articles I will write. I do want all readers to know that for one, I am not really a right wing Republican, in fact I've leaned left most of my life on social issues such as abortion, affirmative action and gay marriage. When I use words like "accountability",… Continue reading Why the California recall election is one of the most culturally significant moments of the century.

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An advice to all readers in these times, now is the time to be nimble!

August started and at the start of the month, I heard the news as a New Yorker. Proof of vaccination will be required in order to go to the gym or eat indoors at a restaurant along with a host of other events. Now this made NYC the first major city in the US to… Continue reading An advice to all readers in these times, now is the time to be nimble!

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As a Millennial, I can no longer deny that my generation is a complete and utter joke

I am angry, I am upset, livid, furious, mad to the bone, and outraged. The events that have unfolded throughout 2020 did upset me but I got over them. Yet, the way 2021 has played out has made me so livid and upset at my generation that I have zero sympathy for our struggles. I… Continue reading As a Millennial, I can no longer deny that my generation is a complete and utter joke

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Why NYC is no longer an ideal city for a bachelor

For the longest of time, I have raved about NYC being one of the best cities in the US for a single guy. Before the pandemic, NYC was one of the best cities in the world for a single guy. You saw an abundance of beautiful women from all parts of the world, a largely… Continue reading Why NYC is no longer an ideal city for a bachelor

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Life, politics, and how August has changed me.

For the longest time, ever since I really found this blog, I stood on the sidelines when it came to politics. I thought that nothing good can really come of it as violence, intimidation, and cancelling people who truly express how they feel has become the law of the land in American and even western… Continue reading Life, politics, and how August has changed me.

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My theory on how the USA became so culturally fucked up

“Hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men. And, weak men create hard times.”G.Michael HOPF Cancel culture, radical politics on both sides, micro-aggressions, and you all know what I am trying to get at here. The fact of the matter is, as an American and even as a… Continue reading My theory on how the USA became so culturally fucked up