No worries, Trump has no chance …
“… we are going to have equal rights and justice in our own country, or we will restructure their function in ours. …”
Happy thoughts, happy places … –Happy Thursday …
These kids look to be about 10 minutes away from playing Spin-the-Bottle or a brittle game of Twister.
Seriously though, this is fantastic and inspiring stuff. Here’s to the hope that it’s more than just symbolic …
Happy Summer Solstice!
“… what you call it when you look at the sky in a poetic kinda way …
… you know, when you grope for Luna“
… or, more aptly, “Good Thought for Food“.
“Imagine a post-apocalyptic world in which resources are so scarce that the government decides all grain must go to people rather than to animals. Without animal feed, steak exists only as a memory, and eggs become black-market contraband. What would happen then?
This guy was a badass …
Yes, a campaign blanket, it was all I had. Anyway … now that the Bernie or Bust bus is going into the parking garage for storage the Bern’ers need to keep the progressive momentum going and focused on 2020. It’s coming, ready or not.
Remember, 2016 was not about a person (Sanders) it was (is!) about ideals and furthering them into fruition for the good of all. One of the many things that should have been learned by now is that there is no such thing as starting too early.
I hereby throw Jon Stewart’s hat into the 2020 ring. (*crowd roars*)
Now, given the famed “6 degrees of separation”, please tell a friend to tell a friend (etc.,) to give Stewart the heads up that he’ll be POTUS during the years 2020-2028.
The death of Harambe is clearly (and equally) the fault of all zoos and all their patrons. It’s 100% wrong and cruel to keep living souls caged for profit and the amusement of others. The argument that the zoos are educational is pretty much bogus, they only seem to inspire more animal-incarcerating careers.
Cages are for criminals.
If we truly want to appreciate and respect animals, we’d coexist and leave them in their natural homes and settings and have our children do the same -instead of indoctrinating them to the idea that it’s okay to exploit and abuse them (to death) with Disneyesque smiles plastered on our “… and be sure to stop in at the hamburger stand on your way out!” faces (as we do now).
Never mind the boxing ring, where Ali was the greatest was in just being himself and speaking his mind. Yeah, some of his ideas were racist but they didn’t seem borne from hate or with malice, it seemed more understandably protective to withstand the racist hate he endured from countless others. (the 1971 Parkinson interview is fantastic).