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December 1, 2011

December Roses

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 2:18 pm

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the starry skies of Nantucket! Great to be with you at this five o’clock hour, in the a.m., December the first, 2011, another star filled morning, a little crisp, as WE greet yet another day on this little blue rock called earth…  The “Occupy” movement, specifically L.A., Oakland, Philadelphia, Boston and Phoenix were in the news yesterday, with hundreds of ’storm troopers’ in black as opposed to white, raiding the “Occupy L.A.” camping site in the middle of the night, with some receiving the bad side of the bat, while veterans like Scott Olsen struggle to find words as they recover from a severe thumping to their collective heads.  One story, however, far away from the unrest associated with “Occupy”, seemingly, in the little county of Fulton, in the great state of Georgia, comes a story that rekindles that Christmas spirit, for that is where a 103 year old woman named Vita Lee lives, who, it turns out, was to be yet another victim of the banking foreclosure scam, a very illegal and epic outrage that is going on right now in the U.S., this time the culprit being Chase Bank. The sheriff of that county, Theodore Jackson, and his deputies decided, however, yesterday was not going to be the day he and his men evict this frail, yet full of LIFE woman who had lived at that humble house for over fifty years, and did the RIGHT THING, by NOT evicting her, and then, by some miracle, the bank, the big, mean, impersonal old Wall Street bank that the people at “Occupy” are so mad at, yes, one of those banks followed suit and also DID THE RIGHT THING, making some arrangement so that Vita and her daughter could remain indefinitely in said dwelling, making the old adage true that even after a big storm at sea, resulting in thousands of starfish stranded on the beach, you can walk down to that ocean and begin throwing those starfish back to the safety of the sea.  And even though some may say, ‘what difference are you making, you can’t save them all?’, you can turn to them and say, ‘yeah?, well it made a difference to THIS starfish’, as you launch the little guy back to it’s original home, the big, bright beautiful sea… a place, I’m sure, WE would ALL like to BE!  Have a wonderful day folks, and hats off to Bret Baier from FOX NEWS, perhaps all of the nickles on that super station are not wooden after all.  PRESERVE THE WILDERNESS! Peace~M

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