Thursday, August 3, 2017

How do You Treat the Woman You Love?


Do you walk up to her and take her hands then pull her gently closer to you as you take each hand and kiss her wrists? Or, do you stand in front of her without touching? Which do you think she likes; gentle touches or no touching?

Do you touch her face while talking in a low voice to her; very private and then you run a strand of her hair through your fingers while looking into her eyes? Or, do you talk in a normal voice at her and never touch her?

Do you take her to her favorite restaurant on the water to eat by candlelight while slowing drinking wine and watching the waves as they lovingly push against the shore? Or, do you take her to a drive-through fast food place and think to yourself how great it is to feed her quickly; after all you have plans with the boys to play poker?

Do you remember her birthday with candy, flowers and a card? Or, do you forget and her sister tells you what a jerk you are; and that you are not good enough for her?

Do you spend time with her on the weekend walking and holding hands while you visit the yard sales she loves? Or, do you spend the weekend fishing with the guys; drinking and having a good ole time without her?

Do you call her doing the week and tell her you miss her; then plan to see her on Saturday for a fun time during the day and then dinner that night. Do you send her flowers on Wednesday the middle of the week; making her feel how special she is to you? Or, do you not communicate until Saturday, no word, no call, no flowers; nothing from you?

Do you kiss her numerous times on your dates while sharing time together? Or, do you talk, talk, and talk about you and the guys because you played poker with them twice during the week; did she hear from you?

Why any self-respecting woman would waste her time with a man like this one? I truly do not know. There are other guys out there in the world that knows how to treat a woman. Are you one of them with this special talent? Or, are you a me, me, Jerk?

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Saturday, March 4, 2017

Are The American People Watching the Democrats?


President Trump’s speech highlighted many aspirations for our country. I watched from home in the backwoods of America, knowing all my neighbors were too. Each word spoken was confirmation that Americans elected the right person for the job—finally after so many years of mistakes.

What concerned me the most was disrespect shown towards the president of the United States of America from the Democratic section of the room.

Women who dressed in white was their choice of dress and they had the freedom to do so in America. However, did they need to act worse than kindergartners by pointing down when not agreeing; therefore, not showing respect towards President Trump’s speech? Five year old children act better.

Remember when you point a finger at someone—three fingers are pointing back to you. Did anyone bring up the Democrats who cheated on their wives? There were fifteen (15) of them including two Democratic presidents. This is all in the past and Americans are looking forward to a greater America.

A greater place to live, work and raise a family teaching core values and to worship in the religion of their choice. We have suffered for over a decade and now it is time for Americans to all work together for a better nation.

My own family members belong to different political parties—some are democrats and others republicans. And, they do not show any disrespect to each other; and was appalled at how President Trump was treated. They are looking forward to a better world for their families.

I ask in kindness to the Democratic Party (Not my Democratic Relatives because they are respectful) are you going to “Fish or Cut Bait?” Will you show the rest of America that you care about the USA by working together with our president; or will more Democrats change their party affiliation and join the Republicans?
Remember, the television camera tells the story by how you act—we have already witnessed it. Show Americans that you represent all the people of the United States by your actions of goodwill and do the job you were elected to do.

And, if that is not enough remember your ancestors and why they came to America. Some of mine came for freedom of religion, free speech, better education, and a safer place to have a family.

My heart is in both parties that need to work united as one nation-“Under God.”

God Bless President Trump and America.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Oscar Nomination Voting Process is Wrong


The fans that go to the movies and buys the DVDs should have a vote in whom they want as
Nominees. It is simple the fans. There should be an online voting ballot with a signature of the voter
and phone number and email address for verification of an honest and true ballot.

 

I cannot believe that Tyler Perry has not won an Oscar for his movies as an actor—he has played three different characters in some of his movies that he has written, produced, directed. He is an author, screenwriter, playwright, songwriter and one of the most brilliant people in America.

 
Mr. Perry is a multi-talented man who has been overlooked far too long. And, if the Oscars are no different this year—2017 than last year---many other races besides the black race will not be watching. It will have become an antiquated frown upon event using valuable expensive airtime while gratifying to a certain group.

 
Black, Hispanic, Asian, Middle East and Native American actors; men and women who act their hearts out in movies are overlooked. Some produce, direct, write as well as act are never nominated. This is not a sour grapes opinion because I am a white American fan of movies and I know which actors deserve attention to their art and who gets it because they are popular with certain groups; and not because they merit the honor.

 
Some White actors are overlooked as well—many of my favorites. And, what would help everyone is to get involved in good movies. Watch movies like Hallmark Movies, Australia, Far and Away, Legends of the fall, and love stories in movies like Ghost.

 
I am sorry I am not into Zombie or Vampires, but I am sure my nieces and nephews might like this type of movie. What is needed is a movie that will touch the heart of all ages; and, I am sure there are writers out there who can write a movie using actors from different races.

 
An award should be voted for on past movies that were popular with fans, but overlooked by the academy. Choose the movies that have a variety of actors from different races. No! This is not impossible—it can be done by brilliant people like Tyler Perry, Samuel B. Jackson, Denzel Washington, Spike Lee, Angela Bassett, Keen Ivory Wayans, Don Cheadle, Will Smith, and Danny Glover. These are just a few I know and I am sure there are more brilliant people I cannot remember at the moment.

Overlooked are children actors in movies—no matter the race—children should not be unnoticed. The animals used in movies as actors. The behind the \scenes workers that do an outstanding job should receive an award for background performance. It takes more than a village to produce a movie and the ones who help the actors look good are valuable too.

The Academy needs a face-lift with a new nomination method. Remember members of the Academy—Words are cheap—it takes action to correct this oversight. © BEPH 2017 All Rights Reserved