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.

Winners treated it as offseason while losers treated it as a lockdown.

As lockdowns end and even NYC enters phase 2, soon to enter phase 3, I have been beyond annoyed in recent months from guys whining about the lockdown. Now it usually takes a good bit to get me annoyed to where I have to speak out but man, even when some of my close friends … Continue reading Winners treated it as offseason while losers treated it as a lockdown.

How to make the most of the Coronavirus shutdown

Given the news recently, we are in a time where restaurants and bars are shut down other than for delivery orders. The streets areΒ relatively empty and for the next month or so, we will have a situation where the country will more or less be on lockdown. For the typical reader who likes going out … Continue reading How to make the most of the Coronavirus shutdown

Empty bars, empty streets, and the Coronavirus reality.

Unless you live under a rock, and even then, you have probably heard a lot about the Coronavirus situation. While initially considered by some to be a minor virus, it has led to a developed country being under quarantine. For my fellow Americans, we are starting to see companies freezing the hiring of new candidates, … Continue reading Empty bars, empty streets, and the Coronavirus reality.