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What If I Could Be A Child Again

Every adult longs for those good old days when they were a kid.  Life seemed so much simpler then.  No 40-hour work weeks, no bills, no taxes to pay, no housework.  We had it made.  With the exception of a few easy house chores, keeping up our grades, and a few 5-minute jobs here and

What If Life Were Like a B-Rated Horror Movie

As someone who has always enjoyed watching horror movies, I’ve watched my fair share of really bad ones.  You know the ones I’m talking about.  The B-rated ones that really bombed at the Box Office.  The ones where you had to take a 2-hour shower afterward, and you still felt unclean.  Now imagine if real

What If Everyone Were Packing

Before I even start this one, I want to clarify that I am not citing my support for or against the 2nd Amendment or for gun control.  This is simply my wacky viewpoint on what life might be like if everyone not only owned a gun but were allowed to carry them everywhere they went. 

What If The World Were Flat

By now you’ve probably heard of these wack jobs and their theories that the Earth is actually flat.  Unbelievable, huh?  They actually claim that it’s a government conspiracy that we’re taught the Earth is a globe.  I’m game.  What if the world IS flat?  What if every science teacher lied to us as children?  What

What If Everyone Were Country

DISCLAIMER: Those who know me are well aware of my jovial prejudices when it comes to anything country.  Not the greatest stance, growing up and living in rural Pennsylvania the majority of my life. I’ve never been known for being non-controversial though.  This being said, all my “rips” here are in good fun.  So, what

What If I People Acted Like Dogs

I’ve seen variations of this particular “What If” in YouTube videos but figured I’d give it my own twisted turn.  If you don’t like it, you can always hit me on the nose with a rolled-up newspaper.  You know I’d probably enjoy it. Sniffed Butts/Crotches This isn’t the most appealing idea, but you have to

If I Were A Guy For A Day (by Stephanie Ansinger)

  The following is the first reader response to my post the other day, “If I Were A Girl For A Day.  I give you Stephanie Ansinger’s “If I Were A Guy For A Day.” If I were to wake up and I magically changed into a guy, I would think to myself what did

What If I Were A Woman For One Day

A few of you are aware of a very strange and repeated occurrence I have had throughout my adult life.  For some reason, which totally eludes me and my closest family and friends, I have been mistaken for a woman on numerous occasions.  At work, shopping, or even walking down the street.  I don’t get

What If Christianity Is Wrong?

Disclaimer:  As a supporter of the U.S. Constitution, I respect everybody’s religious beliefs, as long as those beliefs don’t impose on the rights and liberties of other people.  Furthermore, I respect the rights of others in expressing their opinions.  That being said, the following is an expression of my religious beliefs as an atheist, and

What If I Could Fly?

Psychologists say that people who dream about flying are looking for a temporary release from life’s responsibilities.  The ground represents reality, and taking flight is, therefore, an escape from that reality.  I don’t know how much I buy into dream analysis, but I do dream of flying quite often during my nightly slumbers. Due to

What If This Was Your Last Year To Live?

Think about it.  For some reason or other, you have one year left to live.  365 days left to fulfill your bucket list.  12 months of final experiences.  One year to do everything you can possibly afford to do.  And no, you can’t ask more time.  You only have this one last year, and the

Whimsical What-If Series

Beginning this month, I’m excited to announce the addition of a new series to Blinds-Eye View called “Whimsical What-Ifs.” This section of the blog will showcase an entertaining game of “What If This Happened? / What If That Happened?” type scenarios. The subject matter could go from off-the-wall questions such as “What If Public Nudity