Keith Higgons

Born and raised Mid-Westerner, Keith currently works in media, writes plays, blogs and lives in New Haven, Connecticut. Sign up to receive posts via email.
It’s Class Genocide, Not Class Warfare

It’s Class Genocide, Not Class Warfare

Well, the Senate passed the tax overhaul bill. So what, right? This is good for ‘merica, right? No. It’s absolutely not. In short, we’ve been flimflammed. Now if we define Class Conflict as “the tension or antagonism which exists in society due to competing socioeconomic interests and desires between people of different classes” and define Continue reading It’s Class Genocide, Not Class Warfare

You Can Read it In the Want Ad’s

You Can Read it In the Want Ad’s

JOB OPENING: MORNING SHOW HOST/NBC/NYC: Co-host needed for very popular early morning program. Duties will include pandering to celebrities, politicians and successful business executives. Work with seasoned professionals and be willing to indulge their idiocy. Ideal candidate has universal and non-threatening appeal. Candidate should be someone with no pending litigation and not currently under investigation. Experience Continue reading You Can Read it In the Want Ad’s

Men Are _____.

Men Are _____.

So, basically all men are awful. (sigh) It seems like every day there is some new revelation about some jackass who has defiled, or attempted to defile, another person. Just NOW, an alert from the UK Daily Mail came through that four more women are accusing Bill Clinton of sexual assault. I am honestly ashamed Continue reading Men Are _____.

Ignoreland

Ignoreland

If Marshall McLuhan’s “the media is the message” is to believed then, at least when it comes to technology driven interpersonal communication, we have reached a state of non-messaging. Lately, I’ve been sending emails into the ether. Literally. It’s become so easy to ignore an email. You’d think it would be so simple to bang Continue reading Ignoreland

Fleabag

Fleabag

Once in a while a show comes along that is poised to change television for the better. Fleabag is that type of show. And I was so thrilled with it, I just wanted to throw this out into the ether so people can get hip to it. All six episodes of the first series are Continue reading Fleabag

The TV Problem

The TV Problem

The television industry is predicated on deceit; whether it be scripted, unscripted (aka reality) or news, it’s always been that way. But before we jump into the fray, let’s address the elephant in the room. There is no such thing as reality television: there are scripted shows and non-scripted shows. Make no mistake, the non-scripted shows are Continue reading The TV Problem

The Irony

The Irony

I can’t believe I am the only one who recognizes the irony in the first gold medal being awarded to an American comes in a firearm competition. Can you imagine how pissed the NRA would have been had we not gotten a medal at all? (shuddering) Oddly also coinciding with the release of the would Continue reading The Irony