How is it a scenario that plays into our worst nightmare, ends up being one of the most successful formulas in story telling?
It’s been nineteen years since 9/11/2001, and it’s really hard to say what hasn’t already been said. I know I could say a million and one different things, and hope it sticks out among the rest. However, I won’t try to do that. I’ll just try to go through the memory of this awful event for what it is, something we can’t forget, even if the memory hurts.
This new way of life, even if it’s already been almost six months, is madness. So many people are worried for the moment things will really fall apart when I think to myself, we’re already there. We’re already in the heart of madness. How are people doing it? Going with the motions, lashing out, or lashing inward by drinking or destroying themselves? What’s the new methods to this new madness?
For the life of me, I can’t, even with my fair level of intelligence, understand a lot of the uproar about Cardi B’s new song. Specifically, I can’t understand why much of the harsh criticism has come from older white men in the media (through a channel I don’t have to mention, and for a party I don’t have to mention to be understood) and why this song has just made them lose their minds a little bit and want to keep talking about it. Why talk about this song when we are in one of the most tense time periods in history, with the Pandemic, protests, wild fires, and everything under the sun to make it to gain news ratings. When I think hard about it, of course, this is just what I’m seeing personally, it appears that it’s simply the issue of women talking their sexuality, their sexual preferences, and how they embrace them. Even just talking about straight forward “vanilla” sex seems to set them off for some strange reason, let alone anything like B.D.S.M. being brought into the conversation. There just seems to be an issue for them, with women, talking about sex.
Is the fame and success of the Netflix Docuseries “Tiger King” really warranted, or is it a love we were given no choice but to jump into?