Off The Cuff: A friend is concerned that the peaceful exchange of power will not happen this time around, that The President is so all powerful that he will sabotage the United States of America and turn it into what, an anarchistic tragedy, and Antifa dynasty, the Russian Annex, the what? All the public servants that dutifully work for the United States of America still do. This is a change of administrators, not an exchange of federal governments.
In Other Words: Routine: there may be chaos in routines, however, routines in chaos should be corrected, as required, when necessary, if able… (a toast to Red Green).
“Life is a carnival
Believe it or not
Life is a carnival
Two bits a shot”
Life is a Carnival by Danko/Helm/Robertson
(Maybe the price of a shot has gone up, but the carnival remains, oui?)
Words: Chautauqua: The Grateful Dead, Phish, Bass Masters, et al…. Life’s Chautauqua: Today and all your memories.
OP ED: News (n(y)o͞oz) – “newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events.” The problem with political news is you must use it along with history; without understanding the history of a topic, the result of news is 50/50 at best. (Could have called this Words 2:.)
Perspective: Get Smart, how simple is that?
Beach: We have what they call in Steamboat Springs, a blue bird day – not a cloud in the sky… a bit cool this morning, but turning out to be a beautiful day.
The All New Who Said:
Who Said: “The winner ain’t the one with the fastest car, it’s the one who refuses to lose.”
(See the answer tomorrow.)
In The Middle Of The Night by Tom Principato, cc 4.0 share by license, unedited.