Kaleidoscopes suck. Unless you have chugged an enormous amount of medication, they remain entertaining for about five minutes.
Let me tell you a story to illustrate what a lousy toy the kaleidoscope is. I was in a gift shop the other day. There’s no need for you to get all hung up on what I was doing in a gift shop. I was there. I was there when a woman asked her granddaughter if she wanted a kaleidoscope. Do you know what the little girl said?
She said no. This was a rare event. No child ever says no to a gift from Grandma. Even a box of socks from Grammy might have cash at the bottom. No way any child on top of her game turns down the Grandma gift. Yet this girl said no to the gift of a kaleidoscope. Read the rest of this entry »
I recognize that a lot of people are mourning the loss of Michael Jackson. I completely respect that, and I am sorry for your loss. I am not a fan, but there are artists I enjoy that his fans may not. To each his own.
However, the idea of the headline of this article “How Michael Jackson helped start the Patriots dynasty” is ridiculous. I think with this article, the drive to further sensationalize the loss to this man’s family, fans and friends reaches a new low. Read the rest of this entry »