Tag Archives: dysfunctional behavior

The Dysfunction of Apathy

Happy Thursday to you all!  Today we are going to talk about the Dysfunction of Apathy.  Get comfy and let’s do it. How many people are there in the United States?  Something like 320 million give or take a family … Continue reading

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Is Pornography Dysfunctional?

Happy Wednesday to you all! I’m running late today (Tuesday) and I’m not sure how much more I have in the tank, but I wanted to at least touch on the subject of pornography. The City of Olympia, where I … Continue reading

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Sex Trafficking Cannot Be Ignored

It is a $39 billion industry worldwide. One million children are forced into sex slavery each and every year. It is happening in every major city in the United States daily. It is, of course, sex trafficking, and it a … Continue reading

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Do You Live In A Miserable State?

America’s Most Miserable States…..that is the topic for today. Welcome back and Happy Wednesday!  A lovely topic for a blog, don’t you think?  Well let’s not delay; let’s take a look at the Top Ten Most Miserable States according to … Continue reading

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California Man Sues Casino For His Losses

Happy Friday to you all.   I’ve got a dandy to discuss today so let’s not delay any longer. A California man is suing a Las Vegas casino because, he says, he was too drunk to be gambling and he should … Continue reading

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Where Did This Ridiculous Sense Of Entitlement Come From?

Welcome back!   If I’m not mistaken, and that’s always a possibility, today is Tuesday, March 4th.  Let’s get right to it. Make yourselves comfortable and I’ll ramble a bit. I was reading yesterday about a New Jersey teenager who is … Continue reading

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The Dysfunction Next Door

Good morning and Happy Wednesday! I’m sitting in my studio right now listening to screaming from next door.  There is a young couple there; they moved in a year ago; both in their late twenties.  They have a five year … Continue reading

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Child Abuse Will Never Be Acceptable

Happy Monday to you all.  Get yourselves comfortable; I’ll have snacks passed around shortly.  You’ll need the fortification of a good snack because today’s subject is not a pleasant one. I have written often about child abuse. To me, and … Continue reading

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Jordan Davis and Dysfunction In America

Like many others I was drawn to the Florida verdict in the shooting of Jordan Davis.  It occurs to me that this case is so much about dysfunctional behavior. In a bare outline, this is what happened: Man pulls into … Continue reading

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