Tom Arnold In HAWAII 5-0, 2010
Conspiracies

The $100,000,000,000 (Trillion) Plot To Take Your Stuff

I’m presenting juxtapositions in this article—a plot taken mostly from very well established sources. Among these are recent comments from ZeroHedge.Com: “Wealth Of Top 1% Surpasses $100 Trillion: More Than Global GDP And All Central Bank Balance Sheets “Back in March, when looking at the latest political wave sweeping across [Read More]

Culture

Driving In New York City

Ah, driving in New York City! I recently had the opportunity to spend a week in New York City for a wedding. We had a rental car and I did a fair amount of driving in the non-Manhattan parts of NYC, so I was able to appreciate first hand the [Read More]

New York City
Life Happens

Vacation vignettes — Deadly explosions, Syrian refugees, urine streets

My short vacation gave me food for thought about explosions, Syrian refugees, urban decay, Broadway stars, and good things about cruises. I’m baaaack!! And before I go anywhere, I have to say “thank you” a million times to Wolf Howling who kept this blog lively and informative with his wonderful [Read More]

Culture

Forum: Have You Ever Had A Dream Come True?

Every Monday, the WoW! community and our invited guests weigh in at the Watcher’s Forum, short takes on a major issue of the day, the culture, or daily living. This week’s question: Have You Ever Had A Dream Come True? Doug Hagin: I have been in love and, well am [Read More]

Life Happens

A Night Off From the Trail

Several weeks ago, I introduced readers here at Wow! Magazine to Veterans’ Tales, a new website, for veterans by veterans .  Our friend Vassar Bushmills is co-owner and the “garritrooper” of for veterans by veterans which has since gone live. Below is an article written by Editor-In-Chief, Allen Ness* who [Read More]

MoMo's prom date
Life Happens

[VIDEO] MoMo’s prom date will make you a smiling, happy person

MoMo’s prom date video is really short, but it’s long enough to leave you with a big smile on your face and a warm feeling in your heart. MoMo suffers from a conversion disorder that affected her neurological system and left her unable to walk. As this heartwarming video shows, though, [Read More]

Culture

Risk Assessment and the Modern Liberal

  Risk assessment is in the news. Most of it phony. Let me give you an example: Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, opened in 1990. In the last 28 years, approximately 84,000 students have passed through its halls. Fourteen didn’t make it. For all you statisticians out there, that’s .0001666 [Read More]

Divorce Post-Divorce
Life Happens

Is this post-divorce trend unique to blue areas or will you find it elsewhere?

I keep seeing women who married wealthy men during their childbearing years, falling head over heels, post-divorce, for loving, not wealthy men. Because I have a legal project and because the news today does not inspire me, I wanted to direct your attention elsewhere — and get your opinion about [Read More]

Economics

Monsanto and another example of dirty science

I am not a fan of Monsanto or of any other chemical/biological giant. These corporations do not exist solely for the good of humanity. Profit is their other motivator as well, and thanks for the motivators, I guess. The story, however, happens to be in favor of the above mentioned [Read More]

Culture

Poetic Justice – Man Robs Bank To Escape Wife, Gets Sentenced To House Arrest

71-year old Lawrence John Ripple was fed up with his wife, so he decided to deliberately attempt to rob a bank, get caught and get sent to jail. Instead, he received some truly poetic justice! Last September, Ripple went up to  a teller’s window  at the Bank of Labor with [Read More]

Life Happens

A Brief History of Politicians Body-Slamming Journalists: From Gianforte to John Adams (video)

Leave it to Reason Magazine (TV) to come up with this. Published on May 25, 2017 By ReasonTV In the twilight hours of a special election to replace Montana’s lone congressman, Republican hopeful Greg Gianforte reportedly “body slammed” and punched a Guardian reporter after the journalist tried to ferret out [Read More]