FAKE NEWS WOULD MAKE LIFE EASIER – Marilyn Armstrong

FOWC with Fandango — News You can't live without news, but no one can live with it either. I don't know how currently active reporters manage to cope with the news these days. It used to be a job. A hard job, an active and sometimes even significant job. Now, it's like being on the front … Continue reading FAKE NEWS WOULD MAKE LIFE EASIER – Marilyn Armstrong

GOOD TIMES, HARD TIMES, AMERICAN PROPAGANDA AND THE PAST – Marilyn Armstrong

I never thought America was the international good guy. Read far too much actual — not school — history for that. What I did think is that we had a fundamental sense of right and wrong and that when nip came to tuck, we’d do the right thing … and right had nothing to do … Continue reading GOOD TIMES, HARD TIMES, AMERICAN PROPAGANDA AND THE PAST – Marilyn Armstrong

JULY BLUES AND SUNRISE ON THE VERNAL EQUINOX – Marilyn Armstrong

July Blues and the Sky at Dawn - Vernal Equinox  It was dawn on the day of the Vernal Equinox and I had not closed the shades. I usually do, but I forgot. When I woke up, it looked as if the room was on fire. The blue sky turned deep red and violet before … Continue reading JULY BLUES AND SUNRISE ON THE VERNAL EQUINOX – Marilyn Armstrong

YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS STUFF UP – Marilyn Armstrong

When in 2012, Rob Reid wrote Year Zero, a science fiction novel about the music business and its impact on the universe, many people sat up and took notice. Who better to write about the Byzantine complexities of the music business than Rob Reid? The author of Year Zero, Rob Reid doesn't have the kind of … Continue reading YOU CAN’T MAKE THIS STUFF UP – Marilyn Armstrong

JULY BLUES ARCHITECTURALLY SPEAKING – Marilyn Armstrong

JULY BLUES #JulySquares First of all, you always take pictures at an angle because buildings are tall and we aren't quite that tall. You are probably taller than me, but I'm not a hard level to beat. But since you brought up architecture, I figured okay, why not? Buildings are good and surely I've got … Continue reading JULY BLUES ARCHITECTURALLY SPEAKING – Marilyn Armstrong