Tag Archives: political correctness
I have been feeling serious misgivings lately about my sometimes aggressive discussion of cultural hot-button issues. This was actually pointed out to me by one of my most faithful readers. Am I grateful? Yes. But rather than ceasing to discuss … Continue reading
I was at work last night when I committed a great breach of decorum. I told a co-worker, “God bless you!” Another co-worker was nearby and repeated my statement derisively. “God bless you?” she said, shaking her head. (She is … Continue reading
I hope the reader will permit me to share a bit of “emotional writing” on this post. I normally attempt to use a light hand when I discuss social evils. It is a more persuasive way to write. But there … Continue reading
A sharp-eyed reader took issue with “Boy Scout Brouhaha.” It seems Skids Grofsky’s brother, Scraps, had plenty to say about the issue and put it all down in an e-mail to the Muse. Some of what was said sheds some … Continue reading
I had my old pal Skids Grofsky over for coffee today. I hadn’t seen him in quite a while, and I thought time and a recent vacation in the Bahamas might have helped him relax a little bit. I was … Continue reading
“It’s about time!” Skids Grofsky almost shouted, slapping the table. “What now?” I asked, not really wanting to know. “Score one for the individual,” he said, his lips pressed together in a smug slash.