Cell Phones Causing Hunch Back Posture

 Are you tired of feeling like a hunchback? Do you miss the good old days of standing up straight and looking people in the eye? Well, you're not alone. Thanks to our constant obsession with our phones, neck and back posture have become a thing of the past.

It's a well-known fact that people spend an average of six hours a day on their phones. That's six hours of neck-craning, spine-curving, and eye-straining action. No wonder we're all walking around like Quasimodo's distant cousins.

But don't worry, there's a solution. You could try putting down your phone for a few minutes every day and interacting with the real world. I know, it sounds crazy, but trust me, it's worth it. You might even make eye contact with someone and have a real conversation.

If you're not ready to take that leap, there are other options. You could invest in a neck brace to help support your poor, overworked neck. Or you could hire a personal assistant to hold your phone for you at all times. Sure, it might be a bit of an inconvenience, but at least you'll be able to stand up straight and proud.

Of course, there's always the option of just embracing your hunchback status. Maybe it's time to start a new fashion trend. Who needs straight spines when you can rock a killer hunch?

In all seriousness though, let's try to be a bit more mindful of our posture. Our bodies will thank us in the long run. And who knows, maybe we'll even have some good old-fashioned face-to-face interactions while we're at it.


This post was put behind a warning for readers because it contains sensitive content as outlined in Blogger’s Community Guidelines.

 Oh, great! Another warning label to add to the growing list of things that might offend someone somewhere. It's amazing how sensitive we've become as a society that we need to be warned before reading something that might make us feel uncomfortable. What's next? Warning labels on the news for reporting on tragic events?

But hey, at least Blogger's Community Guidelines are looking out for us, right? Because we all know that censorship and sheltering people from differing viewpoints is the best way to create a tolerant and informed society. So kudos to them for protecting our delicate sensibilities and keeping us in our cozy little echo chambers.

In all seriousness though, if you can't handle reading something that challenges your beliefs or makes you uncomfortable, maybe it's time to step back and reevaluate your own convictions. After all, the best way to learn and grow as a person is to expose yourself to new ideas and perspectives, not to hide behind warning labels and safe spaces.

Doesn't really tell me which post you are referring to. Not that it matters!!! I will write what I write and let others be warned.

The Blonde

Emotional Incest. Because this is not Creepy at All

Ah, emotional incest, or as we like to call it, the classic case of "my mommy issues are now your problem." This delightful phenomenon, also known as "covert incest" or "parentification," occurs when a parent, usually the mother, decides that their child is the perfect stand-in for an adult partner or friend.

So, instead of confiding in their peers or, I don't know, a therapist, the parent dumps all their emotional baggage on the poor child, who is then forced to become their emotional support system. It's like having a built-in therapist, but one who is far too young to be dealing with all this adult crap.

And the best part? The child who is being parentified is expected to put aside their own emotional needs to cater to their parent's every whim. Because who needs boundaries, am I right? The child's emotional well-being is sacrificed in the name of the parent's emotional comfort. It's almost like emotional manipulation, but with a parental twist.

But don't worry, the effects of emotional incest are long-lasting. Children who are parentified may struggle with issues related to boundaries, trust, and self-esteem. Who needs healthy relationships when you have a parent who needs you to be their emotional crutch?

And let's not forget the impact it can have on a child's sense of identity and self-worth. Who needs to feel valued for who they are when they can be valued for what they can do for their parent? It's almost like a twisted version of Cinderella, except instead of a wicked stepmother, you have a needy mother.


China and India are killing Our Planet. And Amazon is Helping!

As the world becomes increasingly interconnected, it's becoming apparent that no country can escape the effects of climate change. However, two of the world's most populous nations, China and India, are increasingly being identified as major contributors to global warming. Unfortunately, these nations are not the only culprits: multinational corporations, such as Amazon, are also being accused of helping to destroy the planet.

Both China and India are rapidly industrializing, and as a result, their carbon emissions are rising dramatically. China is the world's largest emitter of greenhouse gases, while India is the third-largest. These emissions are mostly from burning coal to produce energy, which is used to power factories, homes, and other infrastructure. Additionally, the rapid urbanization of these countries means that millions of people are using cars, buses, and other forms of transportation, further adding to their carbon footprint.

China and India are not oblivious to the impact of their actions on the environment. Both countries have committed to reducing their carbon emissions, but these commitments are not always backed up by actions. For example, China has pledged to be carbon neutral by 2060, but it continues to build coal-fired power plants at a rapid pace. India has also promised to reduce its emissions, but it is still heavily reliant on coal, which accounts for over 70% of its energy production.

Amazon, on the other hand, is a multinational corporation that has come under fire for its contribution to climate change. Amazon's carbon footprint is enormous, and it continues to grow as the company expands. The company has been criticized for its reliance on fossil fuels to power its data centers and warehouses, and for its high levels of plastic packaging waste. Additionally, Amazon has been accused of facilitating deforestation by allowing the sale of products made from illegally harvested timber.

Despite these criticisms, Amazon has taken some steps to reduce its environmental impact. For example, the company has committed to using renewable energy to power all of its operations by 2025, and it has implemented several initiatives to reduce its packaging waste. However, these measures are not enough to counteract the damage that Amazon has already done to the planet.

In conclusion, it's clear that China and India are major contributors to climate change, and that Amazon is helping to exacerbate the problem. It's up to all of us to take action to reduce our carbon footprint, whether we're individuals, corporations, or governments. We can all make a difference by reducing our energy consumption, switching to renewable energy sources, and supporting companies that prioritize sustainability. Only by working together can we hope to save our planet from the devastating effects of climate change.

Indeed, while individual actions and corporate responsibility are important in the fight against climate change, it's also crucial to acknowledge that our collective desire for cheap and disposable goods has played a significant role in exacerbating the problem. As consumers, we must realize the power that we hold in our purchasing decisions and demand more sustainable and environmentally friendly products. Ultimately, real change can only be achieved when we all take responsibility for our actions and make conscious choices to reduce our environmental impact.

So stop being a dick who wants cheap shit!


Deadly TikTok Challenges that Went Viral and Who Started them

 A 12-year-old girl has died after allegedly taking part in a sick ”choking challenge” or “pass-out challenge” on TikTok on January 13.

Milagros Soto was found dead in her bedroom after filming the whole incident for the online ‘blackout challenge’.

The game is also referred to as the “choking challenge” and the “pass-out challenge”.

The original "Choking Challenge" video that went viral was posted by user @streets.tv on TikTok. The video was posted on August 31, 2019, and has since been viewed over 24 million times.  @streets.tv is 28 years old and lives in New York City, New York

The original "Kia Theft" video that went viral was posted by user @jennibrooks on TikTok. The video was posted on August 5, 2020, and has since been viewed over 7 million times.  @jennibrooks is19 years old and lives in San Diego, California.

19 year old Marcus Webster, 17 year old Swazine Swindel, 16 year old Kevin Payne and 14 year old Ahjanae Harper were passengers in a stolen Kia driven by a 16 year old boy who lost control of the car and crashed it. The four of them died in the crash.

The original "Orbeez Challenge" video that went viral was posted by user @jordyn.jones on TikTok. The video was posted on May 28, 2020, and has since been viewed over 40 million times. @jordyn.jones is 20 years old. and lives in Los Angeles, California.

The original "Skull Breaker Challenge" video that went viral was posted by user @davidlopezfilms on Tiktok. The video was posted on February 10, 2020, and has since been viewed over 40 million times. @davidlopezfilms is 29 years old and lives in Los Angeles, California. 

A 16-year-old girl died because of the prank in December. 

A recent video taken at a school in Venezuela, South America, went viral after it showed a boy slamming into the concrete ground after two peers kicked his feet away.

The original "Bird Box Challenge" video that went viral was posted by user @emily_coen on Tiktok. The video was posted on December 24, 2018, and has since been viewed over 3 million times. @emily_coen is is 22 years old and from is from San Francisco, California.

There have been reports of people dying due to attempting the "Bird Box Challenge". For example, in 2019, a 15-year-old girl from the United Kingdom died after attempting to do the challenge when she crossed a busy road while blindfolded. It is important to remember that social media trends can be dangerous and should not be attempted.

The original "Fire Challenge" video that went viral was posted by user @jade_xo on TikTok. The video was posted on April 29, 2021, and has since been viewed over 2 million times. @jade_xo is a she and is 22 years old and from Los Angeles, California

Reports of people dying from the "Fire Challenge" on TikTok include a 14-year-old girl from Texas who suffered severe burns when she attempted the challenge, as well as a 16-year-old boy from Florida who died from his injuries after attempting the challenge. It is important to remember that social media trends can be dangerous and should not be attempted.

I hope the originating posters of these videos have some bad karma coming their way.


Recipe for Effective Appetite Suppression

Even the tiniest bit of depression can be a bitch for those who gain instead of lose weight so I thought I would spare you the $49.99 "Lose Weight" gimmick pills out there of which all 100% do not work because they offer very little in those plastic horse capsules. And the diet that accompanies these pills is what is actually doing the work in your weight loss program. But who can follow these restrictive diets  for very long? No one! They are not sustainable.

All you need to do is 70% protein, 30% carbs and do a five minute fast walk around your neighborhood a few times a week.

And this will help you curb your carb cravings.


- 2 tablespoons of fennel seeds 

- 2 teaspoons of dried parsley 

- 1 teaspoon of dried sage 

- 1 teaspoon of licorice root 

- 2 tablespoons of dried chamomile 

- 1 teaspoon of dried rosemary 

- 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon 


1. In a medium bowl, mix together all of the ingredients.

2. Use a coffee grinder or mortar and pestle to grind the ingredients into a powder.

3. Store the powder in an airtight container.

4. To use, stir 1 teaspoon of the powder into 1 cup of hot water and let steep for 5 minutes.

5. Drink the tea before meals to help suppress your appetite.

Now, the blonde obviously is not a a medical person or herbalist, but more importantly, I am also not your babysitter. Do your homework if these herbs are safe to take for YOU!


PTSD, Some Use it as a Crutch. Get Over It!

 If your PTSD comes from war, than you are lucky. Because you get to come home to to a safe place.

Imagine your PTSD comes from your own home and family.

NO safe place any where.

And without a safe place to have, where do you go?

This is why I have a soft spot for the homeless, because I get it.

But I only get it to a point.

PTSD is a mental issue and it can be like taking a drug and becoming an addict. You will use every excuse to not work or face reality and sucker the ones you love the most into taking care of you.

But that generosity will wear out pretty soon after sucking your own family out of their retirement fund.

And you will continue to be a leach until that runs dry, and well...

How do you think homerless are born?

They exhausted all the good nature of family and friends and would not get the help they need, and voila!!


The hell they chose for themselves because they refused to get help.

I hear a lot about those who fought in the war with PTSD, and I am empathetic. But, you can find help, resources with other veterans to help you. If you do not want to take it, that is on you.

I have fought a war and battle since I was 7 years old with my own family. Living under the roof with the enemy and yet, I never took my PTSD to try and sucker people out of money to fund my mental illness. 

I worked it out. I had to. I didn't have loving parents who would foster my bullshit. After all, they were the ones who created it and could not let themselves think they had anything to do with it.

SO they hurt me worse to make them feel better about themselves. 

So give me war. I can deal with that. I am not above defending myself and killing someone that comes after me on the stage.

But instead, I got parents that made me think of suicide every day of my life growing up in their house.

Yet, not once did I ever take anyone for anything.


Why do I scream at this world anonymously?

Because you don't fucking hear me. 

I am not anyone you would listen to.

You listen to everyone with money and fame.... why?

They don't even read your posts.

They have interns to reply to make you feel better about yourself and feel like you are their friend.

You are just a fucking number in their gram or tiktok account making more money for them.

Lately, I see many comments about loss, love, and wanting to kill ones self.

It takes more courage to kill yourself than it does to live. Trust me, I know.

I remember sending my son home with his Grandfather and Grandmother, opened up the gas in my home and waited to die.

In that time, I went through all the anger, the sadness, the acceptance and finally settled on this would be my last breath.

And fuck me, my son and Father came to the house, smelled the gas and called for help.

I am still not sure if I am thankful for that. 

I would try many times again, but guess this hateful earth thinks I have something left to offer.

I do not think so. 

I am stuck in a world of traps, where if you do not have the confidence to fight for anything, you come complacent to everything.

And some times you grab hold of a new promise, but always find your hands don't have the strength to hold on to the rope when you decide to to hang yourself.



InKind App CEO Shot by Police

 I just read an article claiming this was racially motivated. Clearly the writer of the article was fishing for an ulterior motive instead of the real story.

Raj seemed to have some mental issues. He thought people were breaking into his home, bought an assault rifle, but on the night in question, he came our of his house in a robe with the assault rifle and started shooting into his home, all while talking to nobody that was there.

The video seems doctored and edited to where I can't really see all what was going on, but in my opinion, the author is suspect and has no business being a journalist.

The article was so fucking stupid, I just clicked on the link if inKind and read the reviews.

Here are a few of the 1 star, most recent. Sorry no recent 4 stars for this app:

I received a gift card on this program through work, but it is impossible for me to find restaurants in this app to spend it on. I can see a bunch on the map but cannot zoom in far enough to see the individual restaurants, so the money is tied up in the app/in kind.

I forgot my wallet at one of my favorite restaurants, this app was the only way they accept digital payments, I went through the cumbersome onboarding process, put in my valid credit card info, went through the weird payment process, and it says there's a server error and it won't go through.

The worst company ever. When they promote the App, they allowed user to add multiple referral code (each $25) which encouraged friends spread and refer each other exponentially increase and each user can add up to 25 referral code in wallet. But the second day, they simply delete all of them. Totally no courtesy to customers and no spirit of contract. Deleted the App immediately. Totally not trustworthy.

The app double build me in the restaurant. And I've been trying to contact customer service for a week. They did send me back in form email saying they'll get back in touch with me within 24 hours. Again it's been over a week and I've sent two emails.

In the end, sad to see he died but let's not make this a race issue where it is not. Can we claim his app a fraud and dig deeper into that?


Why I Dislike Psychiatrists. Happy Holidays!!

 You Put Santa in Belleview!

Sadly, nothing has changed. Mental health professionals have so many obstacles in their own mental health, it is easier for them to project on to others,
 and hide from their daemons instead of face them.

What Do Homeless People Like to Drink for the Holidays?

 Who cares if they are drinking themselves to death. This is the the way they want to live and if they could fix it, they would not be on the streets.

So why not give them a nice Christmas without a lecture, or anyone trying to fix them?

To think money and a kind word will help them snap out of their addiction is just the stupidest thing I have seen.

Yes, I see all the Instagram posts of people making bu-ku ( booya-bucks) money on looking kind, when in reality, they are peddling small amounts of money to keep dragging people in to donate more.

How many millions do these Instagram "charity accounts" take in and how much do they give? No one asks the question.

So I am, how much do all these generous people take in from filming people on the streets and handing them money and posting it make?

How much do you give and think your money goes all to the homeless and not to that Ferrari payment?

Established Titles is a PROVEN Scam and so is Kamikoto Knives

 Established Titles promises you can legally be a Lord or Lady of Scotland. Only you can't legally be one without owning land yourself. They do not sell you the land. They only sell you a certificate as a gag gift.

Katarina Yip and her partner have shell companies that own the land, and spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on marketing, so imagine how much money they are bringing in?

There is no loophole, you pay $59 for 2ft of their land and you get no deed to the land.

There are plenty of youtubers finally getting out the scam because fellow youtuber. Scott Shafer started the fire and the rest of the influencers are bringing out the real, real on this scam.

If you bought this knowing it was a gag gift, great, but if you really think you are a Lord or Lady based on a fabricated lie and printed certificate, perhaps you might want to watch.


Here is Katarina's Linkedin - almost poking fun at stupid people calling her ventures "fail".

These scammers also try to sell you high priced Kamikoto knives and there offices and showroom do not exist. They are cheap Chinese made knockoffs.