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
So for those of you who keep up with the news lately, you may have noticed how Russell Brand who used to be a passionate lefty is slowly switching to the right or at least hinting at it. You may have also heard about the ordeal with Nicki Minaj and what the jab does to… Continue reading Mutable signs and politics
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.
I notice that I tend to get quite a lot of traffic from Reddit, more so than any other major platform out there. Years ago, I used to post a lot on Reddit and found it to be a good site to either look at pics of puppies or just learn a new life skill… Continue reading This is how awful Reddit is now
For those of you who live in NYC, you are now slowly adjusting to the reality that all indoor activities whether it is restaurants, gyms or nightclubs are going to require a proof of vaccination. I don't think that this is going to go away anytime soon and will likely stick around for years to… Continue reading What impact will proof of vaxx have on nightlife and social outings?
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!
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.
In the past, I have flirted with the idea of leaving NYC despite the countless good experiences I had in the city. Even then, deep down inside I felt as if it would still take something catastrophic for me to really consider it for good. After all, NYC is one of if not the few… Continue reading Why I am seriously considering leaving NYC now
As much as I am the fan of keeping the blog as relevant as possible to topics that pertain to a male Millennial who happens to be single, I kind of wanted to talk about what is going on right now. For all of my fellow Americans, especially those that live in big cities, you… Continue reading Crazy times and you
Lately on my blog, whether I am talking about European women or American women, I have brought up that not all cultures, cities, and countries are equal when it comes to the quality of women there. Now this is a hard fact for some to accept, especially in our sensitive generation today, but it is… Continue reading Why some cultures, cities, and places produce amazing women.
So this is a post I have been wanting to do for quite some time but never got around to it until now. My opinion here comes from travel experiences to various European countries as well as living in international cities that drew a lot of European tourists and expats. I cannot promise that everyone… Continue reading An American guy’s thoughts on European women.
Maybe Cleveland is not so bad...... Not too long ago, I talked about how growing up in Georgia affected me and turned me into who I am today but I got a few emails from you guys talking to me about what it is exactly I hated about life in Georgia. For some context, I… Continue reading The number one reason I hated being in Georgia