I haven't been a Broowaha contributor for very long, but so far so good. I've been browsing the site today and I am very impressed with the quality of the articles and authors who contribute. Media outlets such as this are what make America great, not only do we have freedom of speech, we have forums like BrooWaha where people of all ages, ethnicities and political opinions can share their ideas and points-of view.
It can be difficult for aspiring journalists such as myself to find places that are willing to publish what we have to say. Since we don't have mile-long resumes, we are often... Read More
American Idol premiered this season with high expectations from the audience and critics as well as record setting ratings. Despite all the fan fair and funny moments, American Idol had too much of a bad thing this year, humiliating people beyond what is tolerable.
Paula Abdul was her usual tactful self, offering a lot of encouragement to music industry hopefuls and Randy Jackson remained calm despite some obvious flaws in performance techniques to say the least, but Simon Cowell was his usual tactless self (part of the shows appeal).
While this "judge" can't help but wonder if many of those... Read More
The media has recently reported that Tom Brady has broken up with longtime girlfriend Bridget Moynahan. Yet, it seems like men everywhere are dwelling on the point of how hard it would be for anyone to ever date Bridget again because her last boyfriend was Brady.
Well, let us think about this shall we.
A Multi-millionaire GQ model Future NFL Hall of Fame New England God with humility and a charm that makes even grandma blush. Oh yeah, he's also got 3 Super Bowl rings and all at the ripe old age of 28. Chances are that if you're a woman than Tom Brady is pretty much the perfect... Read More
Wow! Such hateful vitriol â€“ Iâ€™m proud of you L.A., I didnâ€™t think you had it in you!
Well, actually, I did know that you had it in you, I just wondered what it would take to get you to loose your venom again. I found one of the comments about my Postal article to say, â€œAbsolutely a horrible, unbalanced article.â€ Unfortunately, that person chose to hide behind a cover of anonymity so I cannot post a reply â€“ not that I would and I suppose that in some way, this is a response, but not one of much consequence.
The good news about all of this is that there was a point behind the tone... Read More
Wal-mart is a corporate bloodsucking giant that pays slave wages, signs their associates up for welfare and food stamps, offers no benefits, goes out of the country to purchase merchandise cheaper leaving more Americans out of jobs and lowers standards everywhere it goes. The I hate Wal-Mart side.
Wal- Mart is a family company with family values that cares about its associates, offers great benefits and a warm and welcome work place. It offers career oportunities for anyone regardless of race, sex, or religion. Wal-Mart cares about its associates and customers. The I love Wal-Mart side.
The... Read More
Bad relationships are like bad habits: So enticing and thrilling in the beginning. So addictive, youâ€™re hardly aware of the dangerously-building momentum. Next thing you know, youâ€™re hooked. There are no visible exits. You think youâ€™re â€œin love,â€ but only because you seem to have lost your mind, and youâ€™ve always heard that thatâ€™s what love is supposed to be like.
The usual reaction to this situation is to talk to your friends and family members. Filling them in on some of the details makes you feel more in control. Alas, all your friends seem able to do is offer the advice to... Read More
A few nights ago, Los Angeles heralded in a New Year in typical urban fashion. Iâ€™m sure there were side-street fireworks in some neighborhoods. Iâ€™m sure that there was at least one champagne flute broken by an errant chunk of cork-based shrapnel. Iâ€™m even sure that someone shared that special midnight kiss with a complete stranger (if youâ€™re reading this, Girl-in-the-black-dress, write me?).
But for me, it wasnâ€™t a new year until several hours after the ball had dropped on our pre-recorded, PST-friendly Times Square footage. Not until my twenty-minute drive home crossed the paths... Read More