Watch it before it disappears down the memory hole.
I hear the Democrats are putting us Trump supporters on a list. Thirty-two years ago, Harry Callahan had something to say about lists…
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…but if he does, I’ve got your merchandise.
Watching the exchange earlier today between Ted Cruz and Jack Dorsey, with each sporting epic beards, reminded me of a hit song from my youth, “Elvira” by the Oak Ridge Boys, released back in 1981. I kept expecting one of them to start singing “giddy-up ba-oom papa oom papa mao mao.”
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I mind the inconveniences of the WuFlu less than I’m offended by the stupidity of it all. People donning amulets to protect themselves from a frightening, unseen danger is something associated with the distant past or with primitive cultures. As Derb said about something else, “You might as well put a bone through your nose.”
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Scott Adams has put his considerable persuasive skills to work:
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I had a friend who was struggling meeting people. She was afraid of what they were thinking. In actuality I think the problem was she thought bad about herself and therefore thought others thought the same. On that day I had a minor epiphany. I thought about happy people in my life. I thought about when I was happy. I found that I was happiest thinking how wonderful another person was. At that time I complete forgot about me and thought about them. I find other people fascinating. I especially like when they smile or laugh. (I am smiling because I met a nice married couple around 6 AM this morning.)
I remember hearing in a sermon that we are like plastic bags filled with liquid. When adversity hits what is inside comes out. It can either be bitter or sweet.
We are seeing recently a lot of anger coming out. Excuses are made to riot. Instead of being “sweet” and making things better people are destroying things.