The term "normal" is now decried in American popular culture.
A popular recent example . . .
In the world of politics, opposition against normalcy kinda seems ominous.
According to the Veep:
Pretty sure that oddly constructed idea involves time travel but doing that math on it would be a waste of time.
For the purposes of our local conversation we offer our humble cowtown spotlight to the reemergence of pricey good times.
TO BE FAIR . . . TKC isn't slamming the creative expression of this moviemaker who crafted the video we're going to share. The dudes featured in the clip are much cooler than a basement blogger can even comprehend. The ladies are attractive and we aren't even going to hate on the tribute to boozy good life.
Nevertheless . . .
The video coveys a vibe that's difficult to understand for those of us who drink alone.
And whilst everyone is entitled to a good time among consenting adults . . . There's a risk that post-COVID life might once again take us back to square one wherein downtown luxury good times dominate the discourse and agenda of this decidedly working-class cowtown.
Accordingly . . . We share a late night/early morning clip that offers an upscale "vision" of Kansas City that might not correspond to the lives of so many locals who are just barely scraping by and desperately looking for light at the end of the tunnel amid what are hopefully the last of the "dark days" of the pandemic.
Again, we warn the readers that any feelings of hateration or inadequacy that arise whilst watching this clip reveals more about the viewer than the moviemakers . . . At the risk of revealing too much, at first glance this promo movie inspired a nasty anonymous comment on the social media account of a former lady friend who dumped this basement blogger for a dude who also sported a "man-bun" but that's on me . . . In the final analysis, TKC encourages everybody to "live their best life" even if that phrase makes me die a little inside every time I hear it.
You decide . . .