April 4 is not just another ordinary day… it’s National Hug A Newsperson Day! Seriously. It is. And in case you think this is just another fake news story, think again. I researched it and hereby confirm National Hug a Newsperson Day is, indeed, 100% legit. Oddly enough, according to the official website, the best way to observe the occasion is to hug your newsperson, but no worries if you aren’t able to do it in person. You can send virtual hugs to all your faves by posting the official hashtag to social media.
Last year, I published the first ever official Just Another Ordinary Day List of Top Ten Super Bowl Ads. I anticipated it would be an annual tradition published each year on the Monday immediately following the big game, but compiling this year’s list has proven to be no easy task. It’s why I’m a week late.
Super Bowl Sundays historically provide us with bumper crops of captivating ads…the kind you remember for years to come… like this one from 1995, but…
…not this year. I’m not certain who lost their creative edge and sense of humor… the advertisers or me… but somebody did because this yield of $5-million-dollar-a-pop ads left me overwhelmingly underwhelmed. Anyway, I promised myself this would be a tradition and since I never break a promise (even to myself) I present the second official Just Another Ordinary Day List of Top Ten Super Bowl Ads.
Check out how quickly these
hypocrites bleeding hearts abandon their principles when asked to do something more than exploit the right to shriek speak freely and parade around with placards in protest. Freedoms protected under the first amendment are precious, but talk is cheap. Watch.
Practice what you preach.
I contemplated attending the Women’s March on Washington for about a nano-second before I figured out it was not my march.
On Friday, January 13 – a week before the march – New Wave Feminists, a Texas-based pro-life feminist group, was added to the event’s official list of partners. Wow, I thought, maybe this is a sign that modern feminism is beginning to acknowledge that a moral opposition to abortion and a desire for political, economic and social equality of the sexes are not mutually exclusive.
Today is not just another ordinary day. Today is a big day for modern feminists across the USA, but especially in our nation’s capital. Today is the Women’s
Pay for My Birth Control March on Washington, a demonstration allowing feminists to collectively express their intense hatred dislike for President Donald J. Trump, his attitude and policies toward women. By the way, today’s march does not have an AGENDA. It has VAGENDA.
Apparently, if you want to be a feminist in 2017, it’s not enough to simply want equal rights. It’s not enough to hate men, including those who ever lived as well as those yet to be born. It’s not even enough to blame all that is wrong in this wonderful world on the eeeevil, oppressive patriarchy. No. No. If you want to be a “modern” feminist, you must be disturbingly obsessed with your vagina… or with vaginas in general.