Thoughts to Ponder

Yes, I know it has been a while since my last post.  Honestly, I’ve just been too exhausted to have an opinion about anything of late.  I have a few things on my mind, however, so here goes.

If you are seriously white…like almost transparent…I would like to ask you on behalf of the general public to please not decide to wear a short skirt and no hosiery of any kind.  That is not now, nor will it ever be, a good look.  I can honestly report on the subject, as I have no color of any kind myself.  In fact, I have been called “snowflake” by some.  I would never put anyone else through the trauma of wearing a short skirt and no hosiery.  It just isn’t kind.  Mid-calf or longer ladies…

Next, I have to wonder why it is that the artist decided to draw Frosty with a scarf, corncob pipe, and top hat.  All three of those things will only lead to the death of Frosty.  Snowmen aren’t supposed to stay warm or burn things near their faces.  They are made of SNOW.  Just a thought.

I have a problem with all the shows we have on TV right now with superheroes and mutants.  I mean, I could buy it when Superman 1 came out, but now that we are on like the 15th iteration of that comic I have to wonder how it is that there are always other super powers to contend with.  I thought the whole point of Superman being special was that he was the only one to escape the planet Krypton.  I could buy it when the three bad guys from Superman 2 got released from their space jail, because the story of how they got there made sense.  I can even buy that maybe there was a Super girl that made it to Earth.  That’s where the believability stops.  I can’t help but notice how many super villains seem to constantly be popping up to battle the good guys and take over the earth.  I mean, really?  Are these the cosmic cockroaches?  Not even a planetary explosion can kill these people?  Or how about the mutant obsession.  Once you get past a small handful of people born mutants they no longer are the oddities.  There are so many mutants with so many “powers” now that they almost outnumber the regular folks.  How is it that so many people are mutated?  Was there a problem with too many power lines in that many neighborhoods? Did we build subdivisions a little too close to the nuclear testing facilities?  What determines who got what mutation?  Why aren’t there two that are at least similar if not identical?

I realize these aren’t exactly questions burning on the minds of most people, but hey…nobody said I was normal.  I’m just sayin…