Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my dears!  How are you?  I'm doing OK.  Spring is springing, though you might not notice it through all of your personal protective equipment.  This coronavirus is messing with everything.  And the governor wants us to put up with a month more of this insanity.  I don't know if I can take it.  Señor Zanza, of course, is a prince, but Junior is driving me out of my mind.  You can't coop up a teenager for two months.  He's bouncing off of the walls.  I send him out to run around the block regularly.  That still doesn't drain him of all of his energy.  Oh my.

For some reason, the stay-at-home order seems to be causing house fires in Racine:  Why the devil would that happen?  I suggest that smokers are so sick of the stay-at-home order that they're subconsciously trying to end it all by throwing their lit cigarettes into wastebaskets.  Cigarettes are designed to keep burning no matter what.  They're a sure way to start a fire.  I wonder how may more house fires we'll see?

And, of course, the drunks are losing it.  Many of them are beating their spouses and children.  Normally, they hang out in bars and drink all day and night.  Now they're stuck in the house and they are lashing out at the nearest targets.  Because of COVID-19, these people are not jailed, so the "beat" goes on.  I suggest handguns for the oppressed spouses.  And knives and bombs.  Whatever it takes.  Now is a good time to exterminate these cockroaches.  Marriage is not supposed to be a boxing match.

How about that recount for the RUSD referendum?  It's funny how they can deliver a vote count overnight when the election takes place, but it takes days for the recount.  In any case, the referendum will pass.  RUSD has become a monster that has little to do with educating out children and everything to do with preserving and expanding its powers.  We have given them millions and millions of dollars.  What do we get for our investment?  Some of the worst test scores in the state.  RUSD is a laughingstock, and it continues to grow on Racine like a cancer.  It must be eliminated if we are ever to succeed as a community.  As it is, Unified destroys every dream that it touches.

I've been so bored that I've started watching old movies on the internet.  I found one with an interesting premise: a test pilot from 1960 accidentally slips through the time barrier to 2024, where the world has been  radically changed by a plague.  Sound familiar?  If you can stomach the bad acting and worse dramatics, then here is Beyond the Time Barrier:

It stinks!

That's it my dears.  I love every one of you with all of my heart.  Thank you for being part of my family.  Stay safe and healthy.  Wear a Halloween mask when you venture outdoors and stay 60 feet away from other humans.

Please be sure to respect one another.  It's our best hope for peace.
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1 comment:

legal stranger said...

You are killing us with these low budget b and c Sci fi movies.