Good Luck. May God Bless.

I recently had a small, mostly inconsequential, medical procedure done that has left me at the mercy of Vicodin.  I’ve done precious little writing since then as I’ve found that while I’m mostly physically capable, my snark circuits seems to be affected by opioids to the point where they fire off in ways that would get my mouth slapped by even then most neglectful mother or sit just there like an over fed mountain cat in the hot midday sun.

That said.  I have to at lease, for the record, say my prayers are with those suffering in Iran.  Hopes of freedom die not when those passionate about it are killed, but when those passions are drowned by fear or complacency.  Here in the US, we seem to have chosen complacency as the manner by which we kill freedom.  I pray the terrors brought to bear by tyrants don’t kill your passion for liberty.

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Conservative, educated, understands history, distrusts government, distrusts politicians, dislikes pop-culture, and carries a firearm. In short, I'm what The Framers of The Constitution were counting on and everything your government wants you to fear most.

The only thing I don’t have to complain about is some GI taking up space in my living room. I’ll let you know about the Civil Courts if someone ever owes more than $20 to me. ---If you didn’t get that one; sue your Civics or US History Teacher.

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