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March 6, 2015

Just so you remember…

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 11:32 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the sunny, brisk, beautiful island of Nantucket! Great to be with you once again on this spectacular day–March 6th, 2015– Hyannis/Hyannis Port Waterfront(s) looking much like a scene right of the 1965 film “Doctor Zhivago”, especially around dusk, the glowing lights around the harbor ghostly in their reverence, above and below decks of ‘yore, lightening one’s path past the boats braving winter’s worst, striding home to warmth therein. Knowing that even with that “Nightly News” on the TV; all is still right with the world…

As the ‘must watch TV‘ of the day drones on and on, God Bless them all (especially the good folks at MSNBC! FOX? That I don’t know about so much…), about the ’secrecy’ of Hillary Clinton’s private email collection for the next, oh, 15 or so months, US all grinning from ear to ear as we are forced to listen to one more ‘debate’, dissection, deliverance, discussion about the this or that regarding said emails, my God, can we be a more unfocused group of people?  Is this the grand plan?  To talk endlessly about just one more glaring ’scandal’ that does not amount to a “Hillary” of beans when all is said and done, you know, say with me, say it!  “At the end of the day”?

At ‘the end of the day’ (100 years or so from right NOW), we are going to be talking about this last “horrible” winter and say to ourselves, remember when it snowed?  Global warming is real folks and I think that topic is a bit more important for future generations than this insane discussion about electronic ‘you’ve got mail’.  At least it is to the earth’s wonderful animals and plants that share this world with US!

Yes, to those ‘little things’ I say OUR collective lack of urgency when it comes to this coming global crisis is, in a word, sad. For truly, all of the cold winds, sleet, snow and hail we feel on our faces and in our hair this winter are the glaciers of old becoming memory; ice giants millions of years in the making, now melting at exponential speeds all due to mankind’s greed and folly…

Lo, if you listen carefully and take in that   deep breath when you venture out into the wild one day by yourself, you will feel those glaciers saying goodbye.  So take it all in, because once they are gone, they are gone forever…

Have a good week end, making sure to watch as must watch FOX “news” as possible!

Just watch out for those side effects; they’ll kill ya!


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