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Quoth the Concrete

June 29, 2012

Starting posts with quotes from long dead poets, Stephen Colbert, or Julia Child, gives the impression that we’re well-read, or at the very least, fairly well-fed.  For all the awesome quotes we are able to start our posts with…none of them will pour a Mt. Rainier-sized mound of concrete…on any of GE’s reactors that are currently spewing increased health care expenditures from Fukushima.

Demolition of the three reactors as well as the plant’s number 4 unit is expected to take 40 years and will need the use of new technologiesAgenes France-Presse

Well that was a fun, yet concrete pouring-free quote. 

If like me, you’re wondering where all of the cancer comes from, but you just can’t get passed the trouble with either Wounded Knee…it’s probably better if we just focus on the President’s incredible win with healthscare today.  For tomorrow, the Bush Recession will still not be called the Obama Depression.

President Carter, the most liberal-like Democratic president ever…wrote a stinging little critique of the Homeland and her insanity the other day – and most of the poet-quoters ignored it.

The Ted Nugent-quoters have always hated Jimmy, but since President Carter is calling attention to how much Obama’s Bush wars, closely resemble Bush’s Bush wars…focusing on the president’s skin color and his mysterious Hawaiian birth, is about as deep as their gene pool is willing to go.

When a billionaire coffee pusher questions the promise of the Homeland today, I can’t for the life of me – help myself…

“The general population doesn’t know what’s happening, and it doesn’t even know that it doesn’t know.” – Noam Chomsky

If only Noam had a Mt. Rainier-sized mound of concrete to spare, I’d sure feel better about myself.

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  1. barman permalink
    July 3, 2012 09:26

    It seems nobody’s listening to anyone’s searing critique of the path our gummint has taken since 2001…but I am. I remember when the Prez would have made a pretty middle of the road republican, and I remember when that building was a locally owned bank.

    I keep readin’ and seein’ ya, lens.


    • July 3, 2012 17:18

      “Middle of the road Republican”, …it’s not just my imagination!

      I think many of us have forgotten how to remember. Misremembering might be our collective strong point?

      Good to hear from the former dry-side…thanks barman.


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