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March 11, 2020

W.H.O. knows?

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 7:08 am

Greetings and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the once again still star lit, windy, clear, cool, casual island of Nantucket! Great to be with you on this Eleventh Day of Match, 2020, another Wednesday in paradise on the Hyannis Waterfront, looking upward and onward, remembering that one’s life is one’s vibration,

vibration is one’s life.

Hopefully good vibrations ,

if you catch the drift.

It seems the democratic nomination is all but a look in the rear view mirror.  Joe Biden, former VP, won last night in Tuesday’s primaries in Michigan, Missouri, Mississippi, and Idaho.  Bernie Sanders, the great Senator from the equally great state of Vermont took North Dakota, with Washington still too close to call.  Steve Kornacki, MSNBC political guru, went to the ‘big board’ this morning on “Morning Joe”, explaining the whole affair with wicked clarity.  Even with Bernie’s genuine heart, it might not be enough to defeat a corrupt ‘idiot-in-chief’, Donald J. Trump come November. For it is in Biden’s experience at the Federal level, that perhaps exemplifies the best chance for this Republic to gain a moral foothold into what this country used to represent.

Indeed, at one juncture, was the envy of the World.

We shall SEA!

The Corona Virus pandemic is not showing any signs of slowing down, as I’m sure you are all aware.  Save Mr., Trump, who still believes in the tooth fairy, Santa and the Easter Bunny.  Yesterday Italy shut the whole country, 60 million people, down, turning Rome, MIlan, Venice, the Vatican, and rural villages into eerie ghost towns, with 168 deaths posted in that same ‘time’ period.

In this nation, more cancellations of large events continues, such as in this neck of the woods, where the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in South Boston has been cancelled with perhaps the Boston Marathon being next.  Game shows like ‘Wheel of Fortune’ are playing without their normal live studio audiences, a trend that may continue on into giant sporting events, like they have in Europe, where soccer matches, normally loud and full of energy, are replaced by empty, hallowed seats, with crickets chirping in the night’s somber air.

There are still a lot of good, hard working Americans who support our current president.  Blindly following folly into the fray.  But when some of them wake up and smell that proverbial coffee, it may just put Joe over the top and right this ship, like the Grand Princess, that is drifting aimlessly amongst the Sea Lions, Blue and Gray Whales off the coast of San Francisco, bringing it under the Golden Gate Bridge to safety once again.

Who knows?

Have a wonderful day everybody!


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