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You Poop, Girl, and Freshen That Whiffy Butt!

By |October 26, 2022|Categories: Advertising, Black Americans, Commercials, Language, Women, Words|Tags: , , , |

This may be the year of redefining Democracy in these United States, notably the approaching midterm elections and continuing anger and unrest in a.  divided nation. Cracks about butts and bottom-half drafts invade prime-time TV Art This is not about that. I’m seeing something else breaking in the winds of change with the prime-time television advent of pooping women, smelly crotches and whiffy butts. It is being called, among other things, a shift in advertising to American women. Other descriptions [...]


“Surviving the Dark Side of American Justice”

By |September 28, 2022|Categories: Exoneration, Judges, Justice, Murder, Politics|Tags: , , , , |

Sometimes the scale is tipped by a heavy-handed grip. I recently reported on Facebook that a book I wrote is about to be published. I received my printed copy —the first off the press—at the beginning of this week, and its availability is scheduled to be announced in a week to ten days. I have been working on rounding up names of family and friends, along with their email and postal addresses, to whom I’ll ask the publisher to send announcements [...]


Rolling through Rock’s Twilight Years

By |September 14, 2022|Categories: Aging, Baby Boomers, Classic Rock, Humor, Lyrics, Old Age, Pop Culture|Tags: , , |

"I don't know about you, but the only rocking I'll be doing is in a chair!" When it comes to my favorite music, I live in the past with classic rock. Classic rock is struggling to remain relevant. In fact, CNN recently proclaimed that this summer “marks the twilight of classic rock.” Bob Dylan is 81. Paul McCartney is 80. Carlos Santana, one of the youngest rock icons at 74, was rendered unconscious by heat stroke at a July concert and [...]


Common Sense Origins: Brain, Heart or Gut?

By |August 29, 2022|Categories: Common Sense, Intelligence, Language, Learning, Social Issues, Social Media|Tags: , , , , |

Why are pea-brained horses dubbed as creatures with common sense while more intelligent species are known for the silliness of monkey business and monkeying around? We hear a lot about common sense whenever disagreements occur nowadays. When someone is cornered to defend some position he or she takes, the source of this knowledge is often credited to common sense. I’ve explored this topic before, because common sense, judging by what we as individuals choose to believe, is the one thing we [...]


Capping Some Classic Ad Slogans and Jingles

By |August 19, 2022|Categories: Advertising, Brand development, Commercials, Jingles, Marketing, Pop Culture, Radio, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , |

Camels were cool in the old days and reportedly the favorite bad habit of doctors who would walk a mile for one. As a member of the jingle generation, I have all kinds of stuff cluttering my mind. Blame it on TV commercials— the most pervasive purveyor of advertising slogans and jingles. I had a good time with this subject a few years back, and some bear repeating— along with a few others in this updated version. Many are still stuck [...]


Is It the Beginning of American Democracy’s End?

By |August 11, 2022|Categories: 2020, American History, Conspiracies, Constitution, Democracy, Fascism, Republicans, Voting|Tags: , , , , , , |

Are we looking the gift horse of American Democracy in the mouth? As much as I try to pretend that our Democracy (capital D intended) is not in jeopardy, the harder it is to ignore clear signs that the majority of the people in one of our two dominant political parties claim allegiance to a powerful cult of personality that won’t go away. Truth and facts no longer mean anything in what I feel is a dangerous time for the disunited [...]


Memories from My Seven-Dog Life

By |August 2, 2022|Categories: Aging, death, Dogs, Family, Love, Mortality, Old Age|Tags: , , , |

Jake, our smiling Corgi and the last chapter of my seven-dog life. When I get to thinking I’m old and approaching senility, I try to remember that in dog years I’m barely ten. In many ways, dogs are like milestones along my life’s journey. A dog’s life isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Dogs are over the hill, or under the ground, before they reach 16. When you’re lazy, people accuse you of dogging it.  When you dog someone, you’re [...]


Quarantining with Covid Challenges Your Attention Span

By |July 23, 2022|Categories: Attention Span, COVID-19, Family, Health, Reading, Social Media|Tags: , , , |

Reading can be a challenge to your attention span. Then again, it’s a way to get one back — if you ever had one. Mary and I have another day of isolation before we can venture out into the real world. We both tested positive for Covid earlier this week while on a family vacation at a beautiful home on the shore of Lake Champlain just a handful of miles below the Canadian border. It was a fitting end to a [...]


Odds Improve for Cracking 100-Year Barrier

By |July 1, 2022|Categories: Aging, Baby Boomers, death, Diet, Moderation, Uncategorized|

Is there a difference between old and too old? Looking ahead to becoming a centenarian. Eight years ago, when I was a wet-behind-the-ears age of sixty-six, I wrote about “joining the legions of 90-and-older” one day, which was still almost two dozen years into the future. Well, that one day would have been October 7, 2037, which doesn’t seem so far away now. Therefore, with increasing optimism, I have expanded my goal to breaking the 100-year age barrier and joining the [...]


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Wes Skillings is a Pennsylvania-based copywriter whose emergence into this field brings a freshness and vitality that will make the words on your website, newsletter or press release reach out and grab the customer base you are seeking.

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