AMERICA: The Blog
AMERICA: The Blog
We live in ironic times. In his "farewell" address yesterday, President Trump basically said, "Hello!" which he reiterated in a short statement to the press this morning stating, "...hopefully it's not a long-term goodbye."
And in Joe Biden's recent pre-"inauguration" speech shared by Dinesh D'Souza, he talked of his own death and wept throughout the speech. Nancy Pelosi and Mrs. Pence also wept during speeches last week.
But this is the first time we're hearing confirmation of those plans from the other side. From the side of those who operate those communication venues on a day-to-day basis and are governed by the FCC.
And we're just getting started. Buckle up, Buttercup!
If you're a fan of time travel shows, then you know it's entirely possible for one person to exist in two different timelines at the same time...theoretically.
Recently, I suddenly realized that many of my friends are still existing in the fear/isolation Timeline I "Tardis-ed" out of back in March 2020. That makes me terribly sad.
As someone who was raised in an Environment of Fear, I know how damaging it is. I hate what it did to me and what it's doing to my friends still living in the fear/isolation timeline for the best possible reasons: They love life and they love their families.
So here's my take on the whole "Covid Thing," a topic that's become so emotionally and politically loaded that only a foolish writer would "rush in where angels fear to tread."
But when has that ever stopped me!?!
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