During moments of panic it’s best to be creative

In times of panic, creative minds can turn society ills into something positive. The great depression produced classic literature novels like The Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men. During the plague in 1606 England, Shakespeare wrote King Lear, Macbeth, and Antony and Cleopatra. These writers decided to produce content that would later inspire millions, instead of allowing the darkness to consume … Continue reading During moments of panic it’s best to be creative

Mother Nature plans to cancel humanity over Corona Virus fear

#Satire At a recent press conference, Mother Nature revealed her plans to cancel humanity over the Corona Virus fear. “I can’t afford to be sick,” she said to a sold-out room in Washington D.C. “So, it’s time for me to use the powers at will to end humanity. You caused this virus, and now it’s … Continue reading Mother Nature plans to cancel humanity over Corona Virus fear

I don’t care who wins: Taking a Stand against Politics

In 2016 I worked on Lily Tang Williams Colorado Senate campaign. I believed in her, and I still do. She's a great person and I agreed with her policies. She also never personally attacked her opponents. Her campaign was about ideas, and that's what a young idealistic Devon Martinez needed. Despite her being a great … Continue reading I don’t care who wins: Taking a Stand against Politics

The Power of Uncut Gems: A movie that is beloved by critics and divisive for audiences

There is no lesson or point to Uncut Gems. The film moves fast and doesn’t give the audience time to think. Howard Ratner, played by Adam Sandler, makes high stake gambles while goons are after him for money that he owes them. Ratner’s personal life is in shambles as well. His wife played by Idina … Continue reading The Power of Uncut Gems: A movie that is beloved by critics and divisive for audiences