End of An ERA: BYE 2020 Merry Xmas!!!

The beginning of the End, we hope

Happy Holidays and Merry Xmas to you and your family. We are streamlining towards the vaccine, the end of an era of woes, fears, issues and problems. But if nothing else celebrate the end by celebrating the beginning. Let this holiday bring you joy and may all your wishes and dreams come true as we finally move to the New Year.

GOOD BYE 2020!!!!!



We are in a “Pandemic’ which means essentially its kinda affecting everyone. duh… Im not saying this to be facetious , but i need to bring home the point that across class systems, across party lines, hell across the damn street!!. The corona virus has halted the very fabric of our American society.

We are polarized and descenitized as a society, now as talks of the vaccine continue and we here about morderna, and Hydroxychloroquine the political undertones become exacerbating. as it further pushes America to the brink of diviceness agendas and palpating fear as our very lives are at stake. It is even more complicated when one realizes that vaccine-hesitancy can be found on the fringes, or even the mainstream, of the two major political parties in the United States.

Not surprisingly, after the election we began hearing news of a developed vaccine and distribution to the masses. I just wonder how cancer, the common cold couldn’t get a cure, but i digress.

The advent of this vaccine emphasizes the fact that any vaccine policy is political by nature. If you look at the history of vaccines from beginning to end, you have a medical intervention that has been proven effective, yet we begin a spiral of political issues which center around cost, who can take it, who should have it, who can afford it. It becomes the soapbox for all the new up and coming political pundits and rhetoric floating speaking of both making it easier and more difficult — depending on the situation — to have a fully-immunized public.

Personally, I am a little nervous to take something that came on the heels of an election and that is ready so quick to be distributed to people and children. Is this yet another political ploy, is this the beginning of virus driving world, where we begin the preventive measures that bring our humanity to a downfall.

Is it too soon?

Is the movie “Songbird” predictive programming?

Sooooo.. We are in “CovidTimes” Staying indoors, living inside, becoming accustomed to coined phrases such as “Social Distancing” and having virtual happy hours, parties and zoom calls. “As soon as this is over…” many begin their sentences, or “Cant wait till things open up” but we all know that this is the beginning of a darker time that this ahead of us.

Too much money has been spent on pandemic prevention, that its kinda hard to see city, states, goverment to go backwards. So its pretty assured that there will always be a “Covid Way of Being” With that said. Is it too soon for Micheal Bays “Songbird” Film?

What is it about?

By 2024, COVID-23….hmmm, has mutated and the world is in its fourth year of the pandemic. In the United States, people infected with the virus are taken from their homes against their will and forced into quarantine camps, where some fight back against the brutal restrictions and these camps, the infected are left to die or forcibly get better.

This begs the question is Michael Bay predicting the future of where the world is eventually going? Are we on the cusp of a dystopia that a “New World Order” is built on the backs of the weak and fragile and the “healthy” are those that are allowed to excel in life.

Coined “exploitation cinema” by some, we have to admit that this pandemic has ravaged and upheaved the world and continues to change our way of life and our psyche.


You can still enjoy veterans day and partake in some of the deals available in the DC Metro Area.

Here’s a list of some of the deals this year:

(Note: You may be asked to present a military ID. Offers valid at participating locations. You may want to call ahead to make sure the deal is being offered at your location)


Participating Applebee’s will offer a free meal to veterans and active-duty military on Veterans Day.

Buffalo Wild Wings will serve a free order of boneless wings and fries to veterans and active-duty military who dine in on Veterans Day. 

Chili’s is offering a free meal from a special menu for veterans and active personnel.

For Military Family Appreciation Month, Cracker Barrel will offer in-store specials on Veterans Day for military veterans and promotions throughout November to support military families in partnership with Operation Homefront. On Nov. 11, veterans can receive a free slice of Double Fudge Coca-Cola Cake with their meal. 

On Nov. 11, veterans can stop in-store at their local participating Dickey’s Barbecue Pit for a free Pulled Pork Classic Sandwich. To redeem, guests must present a military ID or valid proof of service.

At Famous Dave’s, former and current military personnel will receive a free two meat combo, dine-in or to-go, on Nov. 11.

Golden Corral will hand out a free meal and beverage card between Nov. 1-30 to active duty military and veterans, while supplies last. Military personnel can then redeem their card once for lunch or dinner Monday through Friday from Nov. 1 to May 31.

Little Caesars is offering all United States Armed Forces veterans and active military a free HOT-N-READY Lunch Combo at participating stores nationwide this Veterans Day. 

Veterans can choose from O’Charley’s “Veterans Thank You Menu” all day on November 11 simply by showing their military IDs. Restaurant participation may vary by location. O’Charley’s also offers a military discount of 10 percent off all year long.https://8a10ddb97f8d0d243dcb83a8051cf27a.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-37/html/container.html

All active-duty and retired military veterans get a free breakfast at Pilot Flying J stores including a coffee, Monday through Sunday, Nov. 9-15. The offer is available via the app.

Red Lobster is offering a free appetizer or dessert from a special menu to veterans, active-duty military and reservists with a valid military ID on Wednesday, Nov. 11.

Red Robin is offering a free Tavern burger & fries from Nov. 12-30 to all Military Royalty Members. You can register for the loyalty program here. 

Sheetz announced Monday it will commemorate Veterans Day by offering a special deal to all veterans and active-duty military members. Throughout the day, veterans and active-duty military members are entitled to a free half turkey sub and a regular-sized fountain drink, along with a free car wash, the convenience store company said.

Retired and current military members get a free tall brewed coffee at Starbucks on Veterans Day.

Participating Texas Roadhouse locations will hand out vouchers for a free meal to all Veterans and Active Duty military from 11 am to 2 pm on Veterans Day. Vouchers will be distributed in the parking lots at Texas Roadhouse locations.