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May 15, 2011

High Water

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 8:58 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the great island of Nantucket!  Great to be with you on this Sunday morning, the fifteenth day of May, 2011, a raw one here on Cape, as the region gets ready for another soak-er.  Today marks the day of our Sunday talk shows, as I explained at length yesterday, sorry about that, I guess I am just being the only one who seems to get this thing, or at least one of the only people who is saying anything about it, you know, the whole corporate owned airwaves “thing” that is poisoning the minds of the population with the never ending talking points that go on for hours and hours, day upon day, year upon year, decade upon decade, until, finally, at last, you surrender to the much more powerful force of popular conformity that is born out of ignorance to our past, the mistakes we made, the corrections we endured, giving us the power to mover forward with no one EVER being in the position to tell us what TRULY IS while simultaneously lying to our face for their own benefit!  Put that in your pipe and smoke it Sunday morning talk show guests, all eight, count them, eight out of nine, who are all, you guessed it, republican, there to spout the republican talking points that have been put together by REPUBLICORP, “always changing, so you don’t have to”… the men behind the curtain who are really running the show, let’s just be honest, and thus, control most of the minds in this country to one degree or another.  Just ask yourself the fair question, how many people do I know that think for themselves and are not afraid, do not live in fear, and have a sense of purpose in their lives?  I think that is a fair question to ask one self, about not only the people you know, but of ourselves as well, when we listen to the constant “Stockholm Syndrome” occurring right before our eyes, coming in the form of oil executives who are complaining that they are being shackled by regulatory agencies demanding that proper safety measures be adhered to (i.e. the independently, by a Norwegian firm, obtained conclusion that the “blowout preventer”, the cause of this past year’s tragic “Deep Water Horizon” disaster, will not work if the pressure gets too high, and fails 50 percent of the time) before they can resume drilling in the Gulf and parts of Alaska.  This all while they are crying about the fact that they need those tax payer subsidies while they pull in profits never before seen by modern civilization.  Something stinks in Denmark indeed.  GOD’S SPEED to the people in Louisiana, who are getting pounded by the waters that are draining in from the Mississippi River, as the swollen stream continues it’s path of destruction all the way to New Orleans. Have a nice day folks and please don’t take any more wooden nickels from the likes Sean Hannity, Bill O’Reilly or, well, really anything on the FOX NEWS channel, unless you enjoy being fed bull$hit.  PRESERVE THE WILDERNESS! Peace~M

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