Blood in the Street?
Hollywood actor, James Cromwell, predicted that there would be blood in the streets if Democrats didn’t win the upcoming election. Cromwell (who continually threatens to leave the US if Republicans win, but never had the guts to get out of town) seems to forget who has the guns, and it’s not the progs. I find that interesting. Whose blood is he referring to?
It would be interesting to have the actor (and who really cares what an actor says when he’s not reading what somebody else wrote for him?) elaborate on his statement.
Many conservatives, who are tired of left wing bullying, would tell Cromwell, “bring it”. The liberal thugs like Black Lives Matter and Antifa have never met a group of angry, armed veterans. And if they had, they’d find that they need to find more angry black people and Antifa activists… and more Illegal Aliens waving Mexican flags… then they’d need even more. Is the levy inexhaustible? I think not. There is somewhere between 24 trillion rounds of ammunition in private (conservative hands) in America.
Far more ammunition is sold to private buyers in the us every year than is sold to the government.
Of passing note or of passing not… whatever… I clicked on one of those clickbait things at the bottom of a Fox News website about the “Beloved TV Shows Canceled in 2018”.
|Too old to enjoy
It showed me how out of touch I am, because I never saw any of them. I’d heard of a couple, but could never bother to sit and watch them. Not one. American culture has passed me by and I didn’t even have the good grace to wave.
There are something like 1000 channels of programming on TV between cable, Netflix, Hulu, Prime, etc. I can rarely find something that I actually want to sit down and watch. And when I do, it’s almost always a disappointment.
I find myself entertained more often by a book (bought electronically through Amazon.com on Kindle) that I read on my I-Pad. The greats, like Jim Curtis (Old NFO), are not writing enough so I have to find joy in other, lesser authors.
It’s the day for zombies, isn’t it? My daughter had to take my granddaughters (left) to ballet class yesterday, the pre-zombie day, and this is what it looked like. They are cute zombies.
I find the zombie TV shows to be incredibly boring. Headshots of zombies, which promotes the video gaming industry in which teenage boys spend their afternoons shooting video zombies in the head. I guess it can pass for American culture can’t it?
And then there is the big ramp up for the candy harvest tonight. I opted for three Costco trick-or-treat bags of nearly full size candy bars, doing my best to support the dental industry and of course, candy manufacturers and retail outlets.
Zombies on TV shows don’t show any affinity for candy, but the crew who will come by the house tonight will doubtless break that mold.