Tag Archives: civility

2020 Debate: A lesson in civility?

Are the days of looking up to our leaders a thing of the past?

Perhaps looking up to them has now unfortunately evolved to looking to them to learn how not to behave. With no political agenda or preference, I will break down the behavior, not the man. The moderator. I believe he set the right...
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Surviving the Presidential Debate

Hostility and screaming matches with your chips and dip?

How to root for your man without being knocked out. For some reason, this presidential election seems more volatile and fervent than any other that I can recall. Is it the candidates who is stirring up this ferver? Or is it society who seems to be less...
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The Covid Test: 10 Ways You Can Be a Polite Patient

The covid test. Don't make an already sensitive and tense process unpleasant. 

Can little etiquette and civility can make the process less painful, for everyone? Upon returning from an “essential” trip to Arizona, I needed a day of napping and relaxation, as I often do when I return from a trip. And as is recommended...
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7 Ways to Improve Your Disposition

Find a way to change your disposition; everyone will be glad you did.

Sometimes our disposition is destined to be vinegary due to circumstances beyond our control, such as:
  • Lack of sleep. (Sometimes beyond our control.)
  • Concern about a family illness.
  • Worry about unpaid bills. (Sometimes due to our lack of control.)
  • Worry about...
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The Urban Nudist

The Urban Nudist

Public nudity; not a crime in some places

Q: "I was walking down a San Francisco street with my daughter, when we encountered a naked man walking toward us.   As he approached, all I could think of doing or saying was, "Good morning." was that proper etiquette?"  --Confounded Dad [caption id="attachment_1373"...
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