14 August 2012

Chasing Chaff With A Spoon

So much going on inside and outside, I'm dizzy and struggling with what I wanted to say next. The Shiny Things are bright and plentiful in the moment. I wanted to be eloquent and witty with a point...

...but I keep losing focus. I think it is fatigue combined with politics-induced exasperation. My brain is full and my tolerance level is way low. The thing is, I want to avoid getting sucked into the quagmire looming before the 2012 election.

But the idiots and the liars, they won't shut up. Can't seem to avoid them. This election year in particular has seemed one long case of the Nasties, and the lunatics in charge of the asylum. The continuing spew from the Party of the Tea, and right-wing bigots, and the downright hatred some Americans seem to have for everyone who isn't like them...makes me sad and sleepy. The latest abhorrent remarks by Ann Coulter regarding 'stupid single mothers' is a case in point.

Bah. I'm too worn out for a rant. It's there, folks, and I don't mean to disappoint. It will just have to be a post for another time, as I am sure I will have to get it out of my system.

Then I can get back to something truly invigorating and creative. You know, stuff that really matters, like good stories.


  1. Did Coulter say something stupid and offensive! I'm positively shocked!

  2. See. the thing I have discovered that works for me, might work for you.
    Don't watch those shows. Don't listen to those radio stations.
    Listen to music, watch movies, watch old movies, keep your mind as free and light as possible.
    You can inform yourself without listening to "talk " radio/tv crap. Believe me, it is one of the few things
    I dread about returning to the US .. that ugliness over politics.
    Take care, think light and fluffy thoughts :) besitos.

  3. Here, here...Abroad! I keep telling him not to read it. Too many winger friends on FB, methinks. :)


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