I can’t remember if I blogged about this before, I first heard about it in the movie “The Bucket List” with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, who’s characters were both terminally ill with cancer, and they eventually made friends and had some adventures together. It’s a nice film, well worth a watch. In the movie, they talk about the 5 stages of grief which I think originated with Elizabeth Kubler Ross Continue reading Stages Of Grief (And Loss)
Our lives break sometimes, so much so that things can seem like they’ll never be “good” again. Reminds me of Michael Douglas in “Falling Down” (1993) – “An unemployed defense worker frustrated with the various flaws he sees in society, … Continue reading Falling Down – Is It A Justification For Crime ?
I hate these pesky little critters. They just can’t help themselves in getting their blood meal. I could almost put up with them taking my blood, that’s not really the issue, it’s the carnage they leave behind. Itchy annoying sores, … Continue reading “Mosquito Ninja” – Don Charisma’s Opinion
Short answer – No, you can’t. Why ? I am responsible for the content on my blog, legally responsible as well as ethically and morally responsible. I only publish content AND COMMENTS that I am congruent with. So I won’t … Continue reading “Can I Say Whatever I Want On Your Blog ?” – Don Charisma’s Opinion
It’s a rather lazy opinion post today, I’m pretty tired to be honest it’s been a long week, and really need to get an early night and a good rest. In the UK the default religion is Church of England. … Continue reading “Sunday Rest Day” – Don Charisma’s Opinion
Dr Willy has kindly decided to grace me with his comment on my about page. He is awaiting my approval, which will happen as and when I feel like it. The previous post was a prompt, this one is an … Continue reading “Critics” – Don Charisma’s Opinion
I remember many many moons ago seeing a title of “Missing kids” … My brain works incredibly slowly sometimes, I thought it was about say parents who’d been separated from the children for some reason. On closer inspection, it was … Continue reading “Missing Loved Ones” – Don Charisma’s Opinion
Bit of a rhetorical question really, as I have already formed my own opinions. A copy of a British newspaper handed out on Etihad airways, “The Daily Mail”, was enough to remind me that it’s nothing to do with reporting … Continue reading Do Journalists Tell The Truth?