Chaotic Fringe has been around over twenty years going from a one sheet to pamphlet to website. In that long history its message has been the same; Chaotic Fringe is the voice of one person, a GenXer talking about his life, his loves and his view of the world.
Our world has changed. The firebrand energy of the 80s and 90s, for a majority of my generation, has given way to mortgages, taxes, children and families. As with any generation, the idealism we had in our youth has given way to the demands of our responsibities. We look to protect our significant other and our children. Our idealism has taken a back seat, in some cases, to what we have decided is practical. Like the Baby Boomers before us, we have lost the drive to fight, the drive to speak out because we worry about the repercussions to family and our status in society.
I have always said Chaotic Fringe is an honest and frank commentary about the world as I see it but over the years I've seen many like me, struggling to keep the fires burning and shine a light on those things that are wrong. Not surprisingly those feelings cross generational barriers.
I can no longer sit on the sidelines and just observe the world. I can no longer try to speak to the better nature of ourselves while I see opposing voices spew hate and stir fear in our hearts. We must face the injustice, the inaccuracies and the falsehoods head on. Chaotic Fringe will continue to be a forum for my eclectic tastes but I cannot remain silent while others spread fear and people swallow that fear as fact. As someone has said to me recently, the Reg-olution needs to begin.
To that I reply The Reg-olution has Started.
The Universe, HIMYM and Play Crushes
Monday Morning Gaydar
How Crazy is AZ and other news
Can an Owner Catch a Break?
New Year, New Home
Junk Vs Knowledge in Media is the Same
Customer Service Experience
Which is Better? SHIELD vs ARROW
Tea Party Trumps Moderates
Social Media Confusion
Kerry Washington's Millions Makes Sense
The Bullying Dilemma
New TV Season Reviews
Get A Life? I Have A Life!
Movie Review: The Butler
Silent McWorkers No More
Failed Fraud Email
Fighting Little Racism
Social Media Ranting 3.0
The Neglected Working Poor
The Life Tango
San Diego Comic-Con 2013 (link goes to Flickr photo page)
Why am I an Aaron Sorkin Character Today?
My Protest Against Reality
Sorry I Will Not Attend the Riot
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