SKewed Clues #27

Welcome to Skewed Clues!

This is a collection of things I think about, find,
want to share, but don’t need a dedicated blog post for.

Things We Should Know

Coronavirus = COVID-19

More likely to get the flu

How bad is the flu in your state?

L.A. County to clear 66,000 marijuana convictions

Turkey-Syrian clash escalates

Attorney General William Barr: “The President’s tweets make it impossible for me to do my job”

Trying to reign in the President

“I have the right to interfere.”

definition of interfere



Things We Should Still Be Talking About

US-Mexico Border: Diverting Pentagon Funds for border wall

Australian Bushfires: 113 animal SPECIES need emergency help

Brexit: Macron pushes for tougher EU negotiating position

Brexit: UK’s Chancellor resigns – Economy Policy in Disarray

Democratic Candidates: New Hampshire Primary

Democratic Candidates: Andrew Yang suspends campaign

Democratic Candidates: Michael Bloomberg

Hong Kong Protests meet the Coronavirus

Lift the Mood

Local Loves

I live in Houston. I love living in Houston.
Here’s were I share some of that love.

Houston Roughnecks - XFL
Houston Roughnecks play this weekend

Currently Listening To

Sucky Playlist

Everyone needs a playlist to go to when things just suck in general.
The songs might make you feel better.
They might help you wallow in your misery.
You do you.

This is my Sucky playlist:
Broken Together – Casting Crowns
Just Be Held – Casting Crowns
If I Was Your Vampire – Marilyn Manson
The Beginning is the End is the Beginning – The Smashing Pumpkins
First Burn – Julia Harriman
Found/Tonight – Lin-Manuel Miranda
Roads Untraveled – Linkin Park
Dark – Breaking Benjamin
Angels Fall – Breaking Benjamin
The Great Divide – Breaking Benjamin
Powerless – Linkin Park

Currently Reading

To read any of my book reviews, check HERE.

Also, check out Book Reviews with MyChild.

Currently Watching

Humans are Amazing

To see more of Titus Kaphar’s work, Click Here.

See you next time!


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word cloud


One kind word can warm three winter months. – Japanese Proverb

Words can do that. They can be uplifting and motivational. They can make the situation better. An apology can repair a broken relationship. They can make you feel like you are on top of the world. An unexpected compliment can make your entire day better.

Watch someone’s face when you tell them you are proud of them. Do it.



They can also be completely empty. A throw-away comment can send you into a spiral of self-doubt and questioning. They can be pithily tossed about so often that you wonder if the speaker is even aware they are saying it.

What words do you throw around? Are they positive? Constructive? Or are they an insult or a complaint?


Words can form an opinion, a bond, a career.

I believe you can speak things into existence. - Jay Z

Think about those times when it was the first time you heard “I love you.” Tell me your heart didn’t feel like it was about to burst.

YOU have that effect on people, too.


Words spoken in an unfulfilled promise can destroy everything you thought you knew. They can cut you to the quick, slash your heart to ribbons, and make you feel so tiny.


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