Two weeks ago, I paid tribute to those who worked on the front line during this pandemic; now I will give honor to those who had been hit the hardest. I’m talking about the blue collar workers; and especially those who worked in the restaurants and retails.

It’s a crying shame that it took an epidemic to wake us up. I mean, so many people takes for granted those who works in the restaurants and retails. We become dependent on them . They are the hardest workers, the most stressed out and paid the worst.

Many have either lost their jobs permanently or temporary. Either way, they have it more tough than those who sits behind a desk, pushing pencils.

They are the backbone to this country and they get little respect. They are taken advantage of so easy by either their employers or the customers.

I have worked retails and I worked in restaurants. I don’t know which job is more stressful.

No wonder people who works these jobs have to worked 2-3 jobs just to get ahead. That is no way to treat people! That is no way to treat the backbone of this country; the hard working man.

Sure, there are others who had their jobs affected beside them; but the hardest hit is the blue collar workers. Even people who works behind the scene at the arenas and venues. Those who set up for concerts or whatever entertainment in the cities was also hit. Yes, I’m talking about those who works for such places as the Fargo Dome.

Now back to those who works in restaurants and retails. Our wait staff gets paid below minimum wage. The reason the employers give is because they gets tips. Tips don’t add to much. Some people don’t even leave tips. If they did, it’s only a few pennies. Those who does that are the one who makes them one around and are very demanding.

I had an Aunt who was that way. It was embarrassing to go out and eat with her.

Some say that some so-called Christians are real bad at leaving tips and taking advantage of the wait staff.

Just like working in retails, the pay is the lowest of all jobs out there; and the benefits are no better. Not only is the customers demanding; but so is the managers.

When you help with carry-out, you are not allowed to accept tips. If a customer gives you a tip, you have to report it to the manager and they pocket the money themselves. I can say this now; but I couldn’t when I worked at Kmart. When a customer gave me a tip for helping with the carry-out, I took it and told no one at work. What the manager don’t know won’t hurt them or you. Like the old saying, “When the cats away, the mice will play.”

There are people who didn’t lose their jobs, they were able to work from home. I’m sorry to say, I don’t feel sorry for them. They never lost their jobs, their jobs were never affected. They didn’t had the added stress put on them like those who works on the front line and the hard working men/women.

Not everyone is cut out for college or can afford to go to college. Those who does goes to college, doesn’t always get the jobs that they went to school for.

Years ago, employers took care of their employees. Now days between greed and government regulation; that doesn’t happen anymore. Years ago, people could just work one job and still get by. Now days, people got to work 2-3 jobs just to make ends meet. No wonder we got people on welfare! Employers would rather hire part time, that way they don’t have to pay out benefits.

When Sam Walton was alive and ran Walmart, he took cared of his employees. His kids on the other hands couldn’t care less. All they wants to do is pocket the money themselves, and forget about the employees; who are the backbone of the company. They will work them like a dog every chance they get.

What Sam Walton should had done was made his kids work at the bottom in the company; that way they could see what real work was like.

Few years ago, the best movie out that should had one an Oscar was “The Help.” It was based in the ’60’s and it shown the mistreatment of blacks in low-income jobs. That movie is still true today; not just blacks though. It include all those who works hard in these low paying, under appreciate jobs.

Not everyone can be a pencil pusher or sit at a desk behind a computer all day. Without our blue collar workers doing the manual jobs out there; who else would do it. Who will clean your toilets? Who will cook your food and serve you? Who will wash your dishes? Who will stock your shelves and help with carry out? Who will set up for concerts?

If they want to get people off welfare; they have to pay the true hard workers more money and give them decent benefits. They need to take better care of their employees. If you appreciate them more, you can get more out of them. Don’t just give them a piece of paper and say, “We appreciate you for your service. That is what Kmart did, and we all look at the manager and laughed.

Certain times a year is busier in restaurants and retails than others. During the slow time, you have to come up with ways to keep yourself busy to work your full shift; otherwise your hours are cut.

Like the shirt I’m wearing at the top of this blog, they are overworked/Underpaid. They are under appreciated as well. I got the shirt while working at Kmart and I wear it proud.

Like Johnny Cash and the reason for him wearing black. He wears black for the poor and under appreciated; and he worn it proud.

I will wear that shirt proudly until there’s equal pay for all. I will wear that shirt even if it gets worn out until our lowest pay workers get a decent living wage for the jobs they do. I will wear that shirt proudly until they get the benefits also.

Not everyone can get a decent paying job. Not everyone is qualified to work these white-collar jobs. I’m glad that I got a better paying job with benefits. But I still consider myself a blue collar worker, the backbone of this country.

Those in Washington should think about the hard working people out there instead of themselves. They don’t deserve the money they are getting.

This Memorial Day we remembered our fallen soldiers. We remembered those who didn’t make it home.

I have to admit war is hell! This isn’t about war being hell but saluting our fallen soldiers. They made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom we have today.

This is a picture of my cousin, Joey, who lost his life in the Vietnam War. I was only a year old when he was killed; so I never knew him. I’m not going to dwell on him or how bad the Vietnam War was. I will save the Vietnam War for another blog.

I want to remembered those who sacrificed their lives for our freedom. I want to honored our fallen soldiers. This is what Memorial Day is all about honoring our veterans and the sacrifices they made. It’s a chance for us to honor those who didn’t make it back home to their family and loved ones.

There’s a Memorial Wall in Washington D.C. to honor them. There’s many unknown soldiers buried in Washington D.C. and other cities as well.

Many of these soldiers were young like my cousin, Joey. They never had a chance to live a full life, get married, and have kids themselves.

I have heard though that the school that Joey went to had his graduation picture up on the wall before they torn that school down to build a new one. Luckily, a family member was able to get his picture for remembrance. Just like, I’m glad that I have pictures like this of him to remembered him; even though I never knew him.

There’s even a Memorial tribute in Hawaii, where Pearl Harbor was attack in 1941 by the Japanese. That was a sneak attack, like the attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11.

The navy was dock there on shore leave when this happened. Luckily, my Uncle John wasn’t on board the ship that was bombed. He did lose some friends though.

It’s hard on loved ones when they received devastating news such as hearing that their loved ones isn’t coming home. Parents are not to buried their children and grandparents aren’t to buried their grandkids. That’s does happened in wars.

I remembered hearing stories from a friend of my family. She told me that she first received bad news about her husband being possibly dead. They had a young daughter at the time. It was during World War 2. Luckily, the news turned into good news, when he was found and brought back home. He was given a purple heart from President Truman.

Not all have this good news though. Many received devastating news that their loved ones are not coming home.

I’m sorry that this blog is a little personal. But when you have loved ones who was killed during a war; it’s hard not to keep it from being personal.

Let us honor our fallen soldiers this Memorial Day. Let us remember them and the sacrifices they made for our freedom.

If it wasn’t for their sacrifices, we wouldn’t have a long weekend to start summer, by going to the lakes and getting out of town.

When a veteran dies, there’s a 21 gun salute to honor them. I have seen and heard my shares of those 21 gun salutes in my lifetime.

Usually, on Memorial day, they will have a memorial roll call of our fallen soldiers and even veterans who died later on in life. They even honored the unknown soldiers as well.

The unknown soldiers are soldiers who wasn’t able to tell who they were to give their loved ones the news.

Last week, I honored those on the front line of this battle we’re facing with the Coronavirus. Now on this Memorial Day weekend, I honored those who didn’t make it back home.

I miss not knowing my cousin, Joey; but I love, respect, and honor him for his service to this country.

I salute our veterans. Thank you for your service to this country. Some gave all so we can be free. Let us not take our freedom for granted. May their death not be in vain. May their service to this country always be remembered.

I’m proud to be an American!!

You probably heard Pres. Trump and others saying that we are at war. The enemy isn’t flesh and blood. We’re not fighting terrorist; at least we think we aren’t. The enemy is this Coronavirus.

Since we are at war, we seems to be united with one another. You don’t hear much about these Trump’s hater out there. We are in this together and we will come out on top once again.

The last time this country was together was after 9/11 attack. \

It goes to show in times of war, we come together. United we stand, united we fall.

As in wars, there will always be people in the front line. They put their lives on the line. For example: the TV show MASH was based on medical unit on the front line during the Korean War.

Anyway, I want to give a shout out to those on front line in this battle we’re facing with the Coronavirus. They are risking a lot for us all. They give it all so that we can be safe at home.

I know that I may sound bias, since I worked at a hospital now, and is a part of the front line to a point. I may had criticized doctors before in previous blogs; but this blog my heart goes out to them. Those who works in the medical professions and hospital put it all on the line. I want to say, I’m glad to be doing my duty for this country in this war that we are in. I can now say that I’m a veteran without being in a real war with guns.

Even though Fargo isn’t the “Hot Spot”, like New York for example; the bright side in this, we are not at a higher risk either.

They’re not the only one on the front line either. People who drives the city bus and taxi services are also on the front line. People working in convenience stores and grocery stores also are on front line. They are there to stock the shelves with groceries so that we can still eat during this Pandemic. They put their lives at risk as well. Even people who works in a bank puts their lives at risk on the front line as well.

If it weren’t for those who works in the banks, this country finances will be up a creek. They handled the money that we spend so we can buy food and supplies for our needs while we are forced to stay home.

In a major war, people who served on the front line sometimes get killed. King David was accused of sending Bathsheba’s husband into the front line to cover up his own adultery with Bathsheba.

My point to this is we need to honor and appreciate those who are on the front line. They are vital to our safety and well being.

I think the government should create something special for all who served on the front line in one capacity or another. They deserves bonuses for seeing this country through this pandemic.

There’s Memorial walls in Washington D.C. to honor those who served and were killed during actual war such the Vietnam and World War 2. There’s even Memorial wall to honor our fallen police officers killed in the line of duty.

I think something like that to honor those on the front line in this battle that we are in is very much needed.

I also thinks that better pay is very much needed as well. Because we on the front line risk it all so the rest of the country can be safe, healthy, and stock up at home.

Let us give a shout out to all those on the front line! Let us remembered their sacrifices! If you happens to see someone working on the front line or knows someone who works the front line, thank them for their services. Give them a call or text messages thanking them for being willing to risk their lives on the front line.

You can’t really give them a hug right now; but you can still recognize them for their service.

The Blue Angels have been doing something wonderful for those on the front line. They have been flying around the country and creating thank you messages in the sky.

I even heard people who are staying home are giving a shout out to those in the front line by opening their windows and shouting.

We need more hope story like this.

Thanks to all those on the front line. Thanks for your sacrifices. Just thanks them and remember we will get through this together.

War may be hell but we will get through this!

Can you imagine the Brady Bunch with Shirley Jones instead of Florence Nightingale? Can You imagine any other actresses portraying Shirley Partridge on the Partridge Family?

It could had happen! Shirley Jones was first offered the role of Carol Brady on the Brady Bunch; but turned it down. The reason for it was, she didn’t want to play a stay-at-home mother.

Now Shirley Jones was movie star married to Jack Cassidy. They were in the process of starting a family and she was looking at doing a television series; so that she could be closer to home for her family.

Shirley Jones was the first to be cast on the Partridge Family. Of course she did her own singing on the show.

Shirley Partridge was a single working mother raising 5 kids. At first, she worked at a bank before the family became a hit musical family.

She was a Feminist.

The next to be cast on the Partridge Family was David Cassidy. He was Shirley Jones’s step-son. It was because of Shirley that David got the part and his first acting job. She recommended David to the producer of the show. Then both her and Jack Cassidy pushed for David to take the opportunity of a lifetime.

Now David also did his own singing on the show as well. The other kids on the show just lip sync.

Even though, Shirley Jones was David Cassidy’s step-mother, they were still close, as she helped raise him as one of her own boys. She wasn’t a wicked step-mother, like was shown in certain Disney films. David looked up to her with respect.

Blood and DNA don’t mean anything. If a person have a heart for children, anyone can be a mother. She was like a mentor to David Cassidy. She also helped him deals with his not-so-good relationship with his father and his death later on in life.

Even David’s kids called Shirley, grandmother.

Now Shirley Jones and Jack Cassidy had 3 boys together themselves. The oldest is Shaun Cassidy. Before Shaun was born, Jack gave Shirley a portrait of what their first born son would possibly looks like. I have to admit, when I saw a picture of a young Shaun Cassidy and even as he got older, I have to say that he resembled his mother in looks very much.

Shaun and David were very close growing up, like brothers. Shaun was able to learn a lot about show businesses through his mother and his brother, David. He would helped his mother answer fan mails.

When it became his turn to become a teen idol; he was pretty much prepared for the outcomes by learning and watching what David went through. Plus, his mother, Shirley, was also there as support.

The kids cast on the Partridge Family was also very close to Shirley Jones. She was like a mother to them even off the set. At times, they were over at her place playing with her boys.

I think that was why they didn’t have as much trouble in their adult life as most child stars. Shirley Jones was a mentor to not only her step-son, David, but also the other kids on the Partridge Family.

I think the reason why Shaun, Patrick, and Ryan Cassidy didn’t have the problem, was because of the kind of mother Shirley Jones was. They became good rounded adults.

Not only did she helped David deals with the death of his father by apparent suicide and alcohol abuse; she was able to helped her own sons as well.

When she wed for a second time to comedian Marty Ingalls, her son, Shaun walked her down the aisle to give her away.

Now shifting over the other half of this blog and single working mothers. Shirley Jones represents single working mothers by her portrayal of Shirley Partridge.

Like I said, earlier, she was a feminist, a career woman and a working mother. I would say, in a way she may have a Conservative.

I guess what I’m getting at is, I have more respect to single working mothers than I do to mothers who lives on welfare and keeps getting pregnant just to get more money from the government.

Any single working mothers who can bring home the bacon, fry it and still finds the time to play and teach her kids, deserves my utmost respect.

It’s a mother’s job to teach her kids about life and how to become a decent human being.

For the first 5 years of my life, my mother was single working mother. She never went on welfare. She never demanded alimony from my real father. The only thing he did was paid the hospital where I was born.

I’m sure that you heard the story of Dr. Ben Carson. He was a self-taught man. You would have to give his mother the credit though. Ben Carson was raised by a single working mother himself. His mother didn’t have much education and wasn’t the best at reading. But she demanded that her sons, read and do book reports; even though she couldn’t actually read herself.

We all know what kind of man Ben Carson became thanks to his mother.

My hearts goes out to these hard single working mothers out there. It’s not easy being a mother and a father. It’s not easy raising a family on a single income. She works hard for the money; as little as it may be.

Any single working mothers should be paid equal pay for equal works, no matter what kind of jobs it may be.

If they were paid the same, they wouldn’t have to get welfare help.

Happy Mother’s Day not only to Shirley Jones but all single working mothers out there. You worked extra hard raising your kids to keep them safe and healthy. You raise them up to be good rounded adults.

Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers out there as well. Mothers have a very important job. God bless all mothers, single, working and stay-at-home.

Are you like me and tired of all the depressing news you get from the mainstream fake news media? Do you just wants a little good news for a change?

I don’t know about you, but it seems to me that the mainstream news media is all doom and gloom over this pandemic. They make it sounds like there’s no hope at all for us because of the Coronavirus.

I find that when I watch Fox news, I get more hope for dealing with this Coronavirus. They give us hope for this country. They give us hope that we will overcome and survive. We are overcomer!

I’m here to tell you that we will survive this pandemic. This wasn’t the first crisis that the United States and the world is going through. And this won’t be the last. As the long as the world is still standing, there will be disasters, until the good Lord return again. It says so in the Bible. This will only make us stronger and hopefully wiser.

Around 1918, the United States went through a pandemic of all pandemic with the Spanish Flu. It lasted around 2 years. We got through that and came out on top.

Back then, we didn’t have the fake mainstream news media we got now scaring us. The Spanish Flu was way tougher than the Coronavirus. It killed a lot of people. Yet, there was also a lot of people who survived it as well.

Those who survived, survived it because there’s immune system was much better than what it is today. People ate healthier back then. There was no chemicals put into our food supplies and the ground that grows our foods. We didn’t have the poisons we have now. There was no telling you that you had to get a flu shot back then and people still survive without the flu shot. We survived because we used our common sense and home natural remedies. They didn’t had to shut the government down and every businesses back then.

This country survived the Stock Market crash just before the Great Depression. Sure there were people who jump out of the windows because of it. Before I made my investment decisions, I was told, not to get scared when the stocks falls; because it will rise again. This warning wasn’t only from my financial advisor but also a teacher I had in high school.

This country survived the Great Depression and got back on it’s feet. Part of the Great Depression was the Wall Street Crash and another was the dust storms in the Great Plains states. We survived because of hard works and common sense.

We survived the attack on Pearl Harbor; which dragged the United States into World War 2. After the World War 2, we had the baby boomers.

We survived the Y2K back in 2000. The fake mainstream news media used our fears to scare us. They said that there will be a worldwide blackout once the clock turned to 2000. The reason they gave was because the system wasn’t set up to deal with all the zeros. So people hoard things like generators and others back then as they hoard things during the Coronavirus.

Nothing happen? We didn’t have a worldwide blackout like the media scared us to believe would happen?

This country survived the attack on the World Trade Center during 9/11. The economy didn’t collapse.

Sure, we was in a long dragged out war in the Middle East, because of it. As bad as I hated George W. Bush, it was better that he was President than Al (I invented the internet)Gore. I progress, I’m sorry!

Just a few short months ago, everything including the Government was shut down because of the Coronavirus. Everyone was forced to stay home!

The Democrats and the mainstream news media will have you believe that this is the end and President Trump is to blame.

I heard last week that God shut things down just to get our attention. He wants us back.

We will overcome this and come back stronger than ever. I just hope that we will also become wiser. We will survive this as we did other crisis. All we have to do is use common sense. All we have to do is quit poisoning our food supplies and putting poisons into our bodies.

These poisons are weakening our immunes system. It us making us sicker and weaker.

They didn’t have all that poisons during the Spanish Flu of 1918, and they survived.

The economy will bounce right back. The Stock Market will rise again. People will be back to work and enjoying life once again. We will get through this as we did before.

If you happen to have the mainstream news media on they are scaring you by taking away your hope, just shut them off. It’s time the American people tell them where to get off.

If you want a little hope, turn to Fox news for a change.

We need some good news for a change. We need to hear some hope for a change. I don’t know about you; but I like hearing survival stories of those beating cancer or any survival stories. That’s good news and it gives us hope.

The Bible is full of hope for us all.

Don’t let the world take away that hope by scaring us. The devil would love for us not to have hope.

We will survive this! We are overcomer! Those who are Christians have hope. Those who lives out in the country and can plant their own garden, grow their own food without putting these poisonous chemicals in it, will survive.

My hope when you read this, you will find hope during this pandemic. I hope this will brings you victory. This is my prayer for you.

Now more than ever, it’s essential to watch what we do and say while online. It’s essential to pay attention to what your kids are doing while online.

When school was closed down because of the Coronavirus, the kids were happy to be done with school. They didn’t expect to have to take their classes online.

It’s important that parents works with their kids with their online courses. It will strengthened their bonds and it will also shows what they are being taught by our Liberal education system as well.

This is not about our Liberal education though.

Like I said, it’s viable that parents pay attention to what your kids are watching online. There’s predators out there who preys on innocent victims. Children for example.

Years ago, before computers, predators would lure children with either pets or candies to end up being kidnapped, molested, and/or murdered.

Now days, predators used the computers to lure unexpected victims. These predators will go to sites that children and teenagers occupied just to see who they can trick and lure to meet somewhere. They pretend to be someone there age; and so acts like a friend online.

Also years ago, predators would hang out where children hung out like the park, the mall, and schools. Some teens get lured into prostitution and pornography because of encounter at the mall.

Teens and kids are not the only ones that needs to watch out for predators though. Even vulnerable adults need to watch what they do while online.

There’s scammers out there who will try to steal your identity and/or money from you.

You heard of the movie, based upon a true story starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks, called, “Catch me if you can.” In the movie, DiCaprio played a con artist who steals people identity.

Years ago, that was done through the mail for example. Now days they can do it online very easily.

Now I’m pretty much old school when it comes to some things. I prefer not to bank online.

You should never give your bank account numbers, Social Security, credit card/debit card numbers to someone you don’t know. Especially, when being online at sites that you don’t know much about.

I do have to admit though, I have ordered stuff through Amazon. That can be a risk as well; even though it’s a well known company. Scammers can still finds a way to get your information to steal from you.

Now you can get these APPs on your smartphone as well. Some apps may even wants your credit or debit card numbers before you can operate it.

It’s not only what you do online that you needs to watch out for. You also needs to watch what you say as well. In a way, I’m a people pleaser. I would wear my heart on my sleeves at times. Sometimes, I would say things on Facebook, for example, just to be like.

Predators like when a person does something like that. I don’t care if you are a child, a teenager, or an adult.

Be careful when you open up e-mail because you may attract viruses from predators and they can get a hold of any information they need about you. If I don’t know where the e-mails is coming from, I don’t open it.

Sure, I’m online with my blogs and even Facebook. I’m sometimes can be an open book when it comes to my blog. I’m taking chances but I’m doing what I went to college for years ago my with writing career.

There’s a part of my life I haven’t revealed on my blog. It’s a childhood secret that is painful to talk about.

In one way, it could possibly help someone in their times with what they have gone or is going through. Yet, at the same time, it could blow up in my face. If the information was given to the wrong person, I could be taken advantage of very easily. They could easily hurt me.

So the big question is, how can a person help someone with something that they themselves have gone through; without becoming a victim themselves?

I don’t know if this picture fit this blog or not.

When you are online please be careful; so that you don’t become a victim of these predators out there, looking for anyone they can devour. They are like a lion or even the devil, himself. Most important, pay attention to what your kids are doing online. Make sure that they aren’t being lured by potential perpetrator looking for innocent victims to take advantage of.

I hope that you take this blog as a warning and stay safe. Keep your kids safe as well.

First, I better explain this sign; otherwise, I will get some hate mail. This has nothing to do with people who have a disability. I actually believe some of them have more common sense than some people.

Sen. Kevin Kramer was criticized because of him calling Nancy Pelosi a retard. I wouldn’t say that she’s a retard. I would say that she has no common sense to come out of the rain.

You all heard the saying, “Hair and brains don’t work.” So I must be quite smart to a point.(ha,ha)

My step-dad would say, “A person can be book smart but not street smart.” In other words, they have no common sense to come out of the rain.

The Bible says, “when you are child, you think, act, and speak like a child. Once you becomes an adult, it’s time to put away childish things.”

There’s some truth to that.

When we are children, we are suppose to be told what to do by our parents. That is how we learn to use common sense. Once we become an adults, we should have enough common sense to make wise choices. Yet, there are people who would rather be told what to do. They wants the government to control them and their every moves. Thus, that is why they like big government and Socialism.

The government shouldn’t had to issued a stay-at-home decree to the American citizens because of this pandemic; but there are people who just don’t have any common sense.

A recent example was last month. There was a college student on Spring Break down in Florida. He stated, “It’s Spring break, and I’m still going to party!”

Where’s the common sense there?

He may not get the Coronavirus; but he could still be a carrier. He could get it and bring it back home to his parents and grandparents. How would he lived with himself if anything happens to them. He probably didn’t give it much thought; because he didn’t used common sense.

He’s not the only one. I’m afraid to say this, but there are a lot of people who don’t use common sense the good Lord gave them. They have no common sense to come in out of the rain.

Even Alexander Octavia Cortez commented, “I told you that the government will eventually tells you what to do, just like Socialism.”

It’s common sense to cover your mouth when you cough and sneeze. It’s common sense to wash your hands when coming out of the bathroom or after coughing and sneezing.

I recently came upon a statement that men are less likely to wash their hands than women. I have to believe that is quite true. Unless, men works in the food service industry. I was taught growing up to always washed our hands before we sit down to eat, or even after petting the dog. I was even taught to wash your hands after going to the bathroom.

It’s also common sense to stay home if you are sick.

Now in today’s society, that is not so easy to do. For one, your boss would want you to come to work even if you are sick. If you don’t come in, they will have to get their hands dirty and do your job.

Another reason why people don’t call in sick is because many can not afford to miss work. They don’t have any sick leave; so they lose out of pay.

It’s not like years ago, when employers took better care of their employees. They gave them sick days with pay. Once again greed sets in.

People doesn’t have any common sense to stay home even when it’s storming out. I have seen people goes out shopping during the storm. They used the excuse, I need to stock up or I need to go Christmas shopping. That is how accident happens and people get stuck out in the cold and snow.

I was taught, if you don’t have to go anywhere during the storm, stay home. That’s common sense!

Once again, employers would rather you risk your life to come to work during the storm. That way, they wouldn’t have to do the work themselves.

Speaking of no common sense. I seen people who would go out the door marked entrance and in the door mark exit. These are automatic doors too. When the doors don’t open, they would do what they can to open the door manually. Then they wonder why the doors get broken? When I see this, I can’t help but think of Bill Engvall, and his famous comedy routine, “Here’s your sign!” In which he would say, “I hate stupid people!”

Sometimes, I have to agree with him and say, “I hate stupid people!”

I bet he’s having a field day with this idea of the government forcing everyone to stay home because people don’t have any common sense themselves.

So don’t be stupid! If you are sick, stay home! Cover your mouth when you cough and sneeze. Wash your hands! Use a little common sense, please! Use the common sense the good Lord gave you! If we all did that, this world will be a better place. Use some common sense to do what you can to stay healthy and keeps your immune system up to par. Don’t put poisons into your body by putting these chemicals into your bodies.

The best remedy is natural remedy!

If we learn anything from this pandemic, it’s to use a little common sense. We are not children, we are adults. So we shouldn’t have to be told by the government to stay home.

I also hope that a lesson was learned to take better care of their employees. Treat them like humans and not like robots!

Today’s Democrats would like to control us and tell us what to do. They like it if we don’t use common sense. I hate to say this but it’s the Republicans who have more common sense. They want the American people to think for themselves; whereas the Democrats don’t.

So take this as warning and use common sense, please! Use the common sense that the good Lord gave you. We are not children, so let’s act like it.