On occasion, Steve Kaycee has had problems in blogging about things in timely fashion, such as his reaction to the 2019 World Series matchup between the Washington Nationals and Houston Astros.
But after one of Art Infliction’s most innovative minds has come up with a way to never allow such problems to ever happen again via this page. Especially when Extra Sessions keeps getting overbooked with either constant entries or entries that need to remain on this website for an indefinite amount of time.
And of course, there are not one but two entries that need to remain on this website for an indefinite amount of time, with Steve Kaycee’s blog entry about appreciating police and Steve Kaycee’s blog entry about the most aggravating relocation process in his entire life being the two entries.
You can see the former of the two entries below and the latter of the two entries via this link.
“The Open Invitation Of Aspirational Progress”
In this day-and-age when it comes to the police from a general public standpoint, relations between the two are not always mutual. And of course, that inconsistent mutuality has been challenged even more with LeBron James’ comments about police officers and Jessica Beauvais’ vitriolic video about police officers, with the latter of those two killing Anastasios Tsakos, a 14-year veteran of the New York Police Department. And while convicted former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is the biggest reason for the inconsistent mutuality, it doesn’t make it right for LeBron James to paint such a broad brush about all police officers nor does make it right for Jessica Beauvais to both say what she said and do what she did.
Look, I totally don’t condone what Chauvin did, along with the fact that I got pulled over by an asshole state trooper for a bullshit reason, with the latter (the occurrence involving the state trooper and I) of those two things happening all the way back in 2008. But despite that occurrence involving both the state trooper and I, I didn’t use a broad brush like LeBron James did, I didn’t say anything vitriolic in video form like Jessica Beauvais, I of course didn’t back up vitriolic comments with deadly actions like Beauvais did and haven’t said nor did anything harmful to a police officer. Plus, I’m the type of person who would much rather find a common ground than get caught up in the bullshit of one side being too fucking prideful about wanting to own the other.
Matter of fact, I would like to have a conversation with a police officer to let one know that I’m totally appreciative of all the good that they do for us. And if any of them are reading this entry, then please reach out to me via the Just In Case page or through my Instagram, the latter of which you can find via the Social Media widget.
Well everyone, that does it for this edition of Kaycee And The Forefront. Tune in next week to see what I blog about next.