Tag Archives: Brainwashing

I Am Not Like Other Men

Betwixt my mother and my father there was no domestic violence. My mother was not a rebel and my father was the unchallenged head of our household (as recognized in the Population Schedule of the Census). My father’s word was … Continue reading

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A Foot In The Door

Putting “a foot in the door” harks back to the days of cold call door-to-door salesmen. Salesmen would knock on residential doors or, if you were wealthy enough to have one, ring the door bell. The housewife would open the … Continue reading

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What ever happened to The Civil Rights Movement?

I have asserted elsewhere that the Women’s Liberation Movement was a Mass Media brainwashing campaign. While I can point out clearly that Feminism is a cult simply because your granddad’s dictionary says it is, I’ve never had and still haven’t … Continue reading

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The Ear-worm; or Why I Hate Barry Manilow

1975 was a very good year for some; not so for others. But that takes into account the whole of humanity. In 1975 I was unemployed and living with my brother and his family. I slept on the livingroom couch. … Continue reading

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Mass Communications

In the spring of 1974 I attended Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) full time under the so-called G.I. Bill of Rights. The year was hectic in so many ways; I was also working full time at a dirty job for … Continue reading

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The Hiatus

Among other things, my stint in the army was also a three-year hiatus from television. Three years is a very long time. A schoolmate rushed into marriage and left a young widow. (That’s why I broke up with a girl … Continue reading

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Whoremongers

My military service was actually a six year commitment. From the time I was separated (but not yet honorably discharged) from active duty in the U.S. Army I began my endless and futile search for viable employment. I remember a … Continue reading

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