“The date is November 15th in the year 2030.” — This part is true: “Today, there are so many in positions of power who are, at heart, autocrats and who have whatever it is that brings followers, ignorant souls who do not know history and cannot envision the future, to their cause.”
I woke to the sound of gunfire. Looked at the clock — 4:17 a.m. Waking to gunfire is nothing new here, but still, it took several cigarettes and about 25 pages of reading before I calmed down enough to get back to sleep, and it seemed like only minutes until my alarm clock awakened me.
The date is November 15th in the year 2030.
Today is an important day for me and my two children, Eddie and Beth. Today is either the first day of the rest of our lives, or else it is the last day of our lives. I do not know which it will be, but I know that I am willing to risk not only my own life, but that of my children to get us away from the living hell that has ensued since 2024 when a true madman took over the nation. We…
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Friday … come collect me!! — Photo: DK @ Daybreak. 4:43 a.m. 68° F. June 17, 2022. Other pictures from this morning’s walk here.
I think the trees are ﬁrework taxidermy.
A steady reminder of celebration and light.
How quiet. I’m a collaps-
ing house. Come collect me.
WORD!!! … “If high gas prices are President Biden’s fault, then why is it an international problem? — Why are we blaming President Biden for high gas prices while oil companies are making the highest profits in decades and haven’t offered to sacrifice for their consumers?”
I’m sorry but I don’t have time to blog today, but I still want to post this cartoon for you. I just have one question.
If high gas prices are President Biden’s fault, then why is it an international problem?
OK, one more question.
Why are we blaming President Biden for high gas prices while oil companies are making the highest profits in decades and haven’t offered to sacrifice for their consumers?
Music Note: I listened to some punk shit.
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Notes on my book, Tales From The Trumpster…
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