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True Margrit

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Sept 14 Enough about us

Some less narcisisstic and more sober thoughts occur to me...like these.

Deptartment of the old Chinese curse:

"May you live in interesting times"

And current events are rolling in, literally, in waves of brackish water. But, I dunno. Rather than being interesting, these events have a sick familiarity going way way back...some images pop into my head of 1660's London and its fires and I picture the monarch shrugging and saying to let the rabble burn. And then, tediously, century after century, the scarcity of bread is always met with metaphorical cake, and so on and on, down the line from one blindingly entitled inheritor of power to another from Marie Antoinette to Barbara & George Bush and their spawn (with his exhaustingly ill-equippedness to lead women and men into any kind of sane future).

Please, deliver us from this sort of scene repeating again & again.

amen.

And now one has got that off the old chest...

True Margrit activities for the day: Once again we are heading out soon for ANOTHER RADIO SHOW at KAOS radio. This one is the HUMPDAY HOEDOWN.

After that, the big event:

ANDREW'S FRIED CHICKEN
yum yum oh yum. I am pondering making some garlicky potatoes to go with--and Gary will make some of his excellent cornbread.

Happy Birthdays on sept 14th:

Dwight Van de Vate III--happy returns, bro!

and Eugene Eichler-- think of you always.

2 Comments:

Blogger Jacob Merk said...

I've got a feeling that times will always be interesting.

Wed Sep 14, 10:11:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Margrit said...

jacob!

I do think you are right--it is always repetitively interesting, isn't it?

Tue Sep 20, 11:30:00 PM PDT  

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