Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my winter weary pilgrims!  How are you?  Winter won't let go this spring.  Please, Old Man Winter, please leave the building before we have to forcibly eject you.  Why do you always make it so difficult?  Do you take some sadistic joy out of it?  Does our misery somehow make you happy?  There are those who relish the suffering of others.  Medication and therapy can help them immensely.

The latest forecast:

Oh my! Snow, rain, chilly temperatures; it just won't stop.  This winter hasn't been so bad temperature-wise or storm-wise. but it doesn't know when to leave.  Shoo, winter, shoo, shoo away!  Tale a bow and leave the stage. 

I am absolutely incensed by this story:  For the Journal Times to ignore a letter from an Alderman stating that she's been attacked through hate mail is unconscionable.  This is one of the more obvious attempts  by the Journal Times to influence our elections and government.  "Freedom of the press," indeed.  It's only "free" for those who can afford it.

And that's just on the local level.  Imagine the corruption at state and national levels.  As far as I'm concerned, all of the current candidates for president talk out of the wrong orifice.  They'll say, they'll do, anything for a vote.  A den of thieves overseeing another den of thieves overseeing another den of thievs.  It's too bad, but it's true. Mt. President Harry Truman once said, "My choice early in life was either to be a piano player in a whorehouse or a politician. And to tell the truth, there's hardly any difference. I, for one, believe the piano player job to be much more honorable than current politicians." It's only gotten worse since then.  Our country is the whorehouse and the politicians are screwing us all. 

Well, maybe the revolution will begin next week.  Meantime, thank you for taking the time to read my humble words.  I love visitors and I love you. 

The red pill or the blue pill?  Ask

Bundle up for the predicted cold.  I don't know if some plants will need protection.  It depends on how the weather develops.  Let's hope that this is winter's last gasp.


kkdither said...

I've been hitting the mute button on the remote when political commercials come on. You can't believe anything that is being said. Do the required reading. Check on what their past shows, and what they are claiming will be their platform. Then vote. This ugly, slanderous libelous bull crap is assaulting to our mental well being. I wish they would just tell us what they are for, and not about what others did or plan to do.

I've been loving the weather. We all know that a sneaky snow storm or two is bound to hit in the spring. The days are getting longer, the sun is getting warmer (when it shows) and soon, we will complain it is too hot. Wisconsin. I love it. I'm washing my winter coat today, the one I call Nanook. I'm putting it away for another year.

Take care, Madame.

OrbsCorbs said...

Thanks for another great blog, Mme. Z.