Sunday evening I was talking with a friend. I wondered why Racine had not seen any protests yet. Well, I was wrong. They were protesting as I spoke. For the most part, protesters were law abiding. However, "outside agitators" drove them into a frenzy and they started destroying stuff. A COP House was burned on Villa Street. Such actions definitely help out the cause. Whitey starts to listen when you burn down your own neighborhood. Right. Idiots.
Speaking of idiots, Junior is doing much better now that Racine has "reopened." He has places to go and things to do. No more bouncing off of the walls. No more chewing up his mattress. No more howling at the moon.
Señor Zanza, of course, has maintained his composure. He has been an angel. In our time of need, Señor Zanza has performed perfectly. An absolute doll. I don't know what I did to deserve him, but I'm so grateful that he is in our lives. He doesn't ask what needs doing, he just does it. And he does it well. Thank You, Lord, for Señor Zanza.
Mr. Mayor Cory 'Butterball' Mason declared a curfew for Racine. He certainly is a take charge kind of guy. I hear that he's so upset about the protests and fires that he's hiring more assistants and further lowering the property taxes on his home. That will show the protesters who's boss.
|Police Chief Howell|
Of course, all of these protests and demonstrations take place during the COVID-19 pandemic. How many protesters will get sick because of their fraternization? Some were wearing masks, but many were not. Burn, baby burn may turn into cough, baby, cough. When asked about this, most protesters took a fatalistic stance: "If I get the coronavirus, I get it." I wonder if they would be so blasé if asked the question while they were unable to breathe.
Take care of yourselves, my dears. I love you all and thank you for reading my blog today. We are family. Never forget that.
Please be sure to respect one another. It's our best hope for peace.
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