That's a well-used line, usually uttered when the hero rides off to almost certain death over the objections of his companions. Used frequently in war movies, Han Solo delivered it as he rode off into the blizzard on his Tauntaun... I'm using it in a slightly different context. I'm extremely frustrated with our current situation. … Continue reading I’ll see you in Hell…
I called it.
Didn't I call it? Didn't I know how it was going to fall out? Every step of the way, I called the next dozen steps, and every time I was right. Since 2016, I called it... On a party-line vote - with one notable exception, which I didn't foresee - the impeachment process ended with … Continue reading I called it.
Is it over, yet?
I was waiting for today to see if my predictions were accurate. So far, the Circus hasn't disappointed. They've performed exactly as I knew they would. And they will continue to perform as I knew they would, just like any other trained monkeys. Which makes this post difficult to write, to be honest. What's the … Continue reading Is it over, yet?
The Times We Live In
We live in dangerous times. We live in a era where divisiveness rules. Our differences deliberately amplified, our similarities ignored. "We" cannot be like "them" - even when "we" are actually more like "them" than not. We are taught to hate those who don't look/act/think as we do, and that hate is OK. We live … Continue reading The Times We Live In
A couple of days ago, an arrogant, hate-filled Neanderthal shot up two houses of worship, killing dozens of innocent, defenseless people. I don't have the words to adequately describe my revulsion, both of the act and the attitude that spawned it. But they caught the guy. He'll never be out of custody, he'll live out … Continue reading Christchurch, NZ