Y'know how sometimes you find yourself whistling a tune without even realizing how Freudian it is? Well this week while working outside, I've often caught myself whistling, "I have a beautiful feeling, everything's going my way" from the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical OKLAHOMA!
After months of one-step-forward-and-five-steps-back headlines, it almost seems like maybe, kinda', sorta' the tide is turning and the winds of outrageous fortune are finally blowing in the Patriots' general direction. Now it's only one-step-forward-and-three-steps-back.
It all started last week when Maricopa County basically threw up their hands and said, "Phooey! Take the damn routers!" Quick! My smelling salts! I never thought I'd live to see the day. (Of course, they've been monkeyed with!)
Then the FDA said, "Whoa, horsey" on the Pfizer booster shots while Boris Johnson nixed "Vax" Passports in England. Blimey! I nearly went arse over teakettle with surprise.
Next Pelosi got heckled with shouts of "Trump won!" on the streets of England and Hillary was screamed at in Ireland while a veteran of the Iraq War leaped to his feet and called George W. Bush a liar and murderer to his face. To his face!!!
"They will not be able to walk down the street." (#3815)
But the clincher came when Adam "Pencil Neck" Schiff pushed a bill to limit Presidential Powers. For once I agreed with Dave of the Ocasionally-Too-Much-Hopium X22 Report: They wouldn't have done it if they didn't fear President Trump, one of the Little Trumplettes or at least a solid MAGA Patriot being the next occupant of the White House.
But if you're still disappointed, jaded, cynical and think I'm whistlin' Dixie, keep reading!
Just to be clear, I'm not a germaphobe anymore. But I was raised to be one. I was in ICU as an infant and sick a lot as a child so it made some sense back then.
Growing up as the only kid in the lunchroom with a HandiWipe in her lunchbag, I knew about germs. It became like my super power. I used to brag, "I can follow a germ from here to the Great Wall of China," a flippant cliché that took on ironic meaning when the China Virus hit our shores.
Maybe it's this "super power" that helped me see the incredible futility of wearing masks and gloves and personal cover-all Teletubby bubbles and whatnot. By the time Americans got around to masking up in Spring of 2020, I'd shed all of those accoutrements as worthless.
But it goes deeper than that. Much deeper!
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