My PCD Explains a Lot, at Least to Me

My PCD Explains a Lot, at Least to Me

Count me among those with Popular Culture Defiance (PCD), as at least one psychologist calls it. This condition, which I learned about from a recent Twitter post, explains a lot – at least to me. It could well be the reason I didn’t board the Wordle bus. This is not a...
Help for the Culturally Impaired

Help for the Culturally Impaired

Like many people, Susan and I watched the Super Bowl to see what all the excitement was about, and to judge whether the commercials were worth the price of admission. The Coinbase screensaver and the Zaxby’s guy on a buffalo wing were definitely not. The football game...
Honoring Tradition and Departing from It

Honoring Tradition and Departing from It

There is a natural resistance to change among those who uphold a culture of tradition. And since most of us uphold such a culture in one context or another, there is a natural resistance to change for most of us. Our traditions ground us, and even when we recognize...