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Stop the insanity! I wish I could yell this loudly at the world sometimes. And in the 90′s Susan Powter was out there yelling it at us and for us. Stop the insanity! Now, instead of having Susan shout it … Continue reading
Made by some artsy guy of PFFR out of Brooklyn. This psychedelic hipster voyage is worth the click. Bear in Heaven’s song is uh, pretty damn good too. And them artsy hipster people sure are pretty damn hip too. Check … Continue reading
I don’t know about you, but I for one cannot remember the last time I went to a salad party and emphatically discussed fat-free dressing with my besties. Oh, how I long for the early nineties, when being female meant … Continue reading
We’re all looking for the love of a life time, but few of us express it by growing so much hair, playing so many guitars, or walking around so bare-chested (must have been hot in the dark and foreboding house … Continue reading
Rock a mullet, the guy could. Dance? Apparently not. Have a great weekend, and remember, whatever mistakes you may make this Friday and Saturday night (and Sunday, too? Sheesh!), don’t count Danny Tanner’s dance among them.
For the purposes of this blog, qwerty refers to anyone who was a part of Generation X, Generation Y, or the Millennials, with a particular focus on those of us who grew up with the digital revolution but who were … Continue reading
Riddle: How many S’s does a Wassup need? Is it Wassssup or wassup or even just ‘sup? Any which way you’ll have it, I believe this commercial is the root of the craft beer industries rise in recent years. Here’s … Continue reading
In 1995, Qwerty peoples were reaching adolescence. OJ Simpson went to trial and the glove didn’t fit, so he was acquitted. Timothy McVeigh imposed his terror in Oklahoma City. And I had my first kiss by a ‘real’ boyfriend. One … Continue reading
From fellow WP blogger Rosebell Kagumire who is a Ugandan journalist and blogger. Inform yourself on both sides of the story.
As a generation cultivated to work mid-level white-collar managerial jobs in fluorescent highlighted office spaces, it’s no surprise we are fatter now than our parents were at this stage in the game. We drive to work, sit at a desk, … Continue reading