Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.
I see behind it a context of fear and frustration which I could document if you provided me with an example.
To Jen: He can't provide an example, so the whole discussion is moot. The takeover of your forum by white male distractors might be limited, now. But please refuse to give up the cause of freedom of speech, and women who have voices. (I almost typed vices, LOL)
so the generalization of Berry is a lie designed to capture a brief moment BM
So sad, but most generally true. I don't know how Jen bears with all this nonsense. I have to step away and try to relax from it, occasionally. You, however, are a beacon of sanity, sometimes.
I quite liked the idea of vices
Just one more "passive-aggressive" and he would have won the jet ski!
It is nice to be able to choose the news stories I wish to post without being accused of:
Being on "leave of absence" for some months, been spending too much time getting depressed by the news. Wanted to go to the peaceful protests for Floyd in Minneapolis, but with Covid19 still so prevalent, just couldn't.
I do really appreciate the news story links you have posted, some funny, a lot of them scary. Keeps me attached to the world, since I'm turning nocturnal, and am devouring a book in one or two nights.
I love reading fiction, as a good writer can take me into another world.
Plus, I dream in 3D color, and can fly or float (when I remember I can, in the dream), but the dream world scariness is not even as much as the real, right now. Get kind of sad sometimes, when I wake up and can't fly anymore, or run as a horse, or lay on a branch, hidden, as a leopard.
Do others experience dreams that way? Mine are so vivid, that I go along with them like it is real life, until something bad happens, then I remind myself (in my dream) to wake up.