To say that Mississippi is a conservative state– by which I mean things do not change, or if they do, it’s at the flow rate of sorghum (misspelled at first; why doesn’t autocorrect recognize misspelled sorghum?) molasses– is a bit of an understatement. Recall that the state is dry by default. We live in a
Not even going to tag this as “silliness.” Via Powerline’s The Week in Pictures.
I am very doubtful whether history shows us one example of a man who, having stepped outside traditional morality and attained power, has used that power benevolently. I am inclined to think that the Conditioners will hate the conditioned. Though regarding as an illusion the artificial conscience which they produce in us their subjects, they
I vote for Gin & Tonic– but hey, it’s a free country! Via Powerline’s The Week in Pictures
The burn ban is statewide. “They” are forecasting rain beginning Sunday (40%). I imagine it will depend on what Patricia does. Stay tuned. You know how I like to talk about the weather– and the utter ineptitude of certain weather forecasting entities. [cough cough dot gov cough cough] Speaking of which, did you see what’s
Good People of the Earth: I have things to do. I cannot become engaged in this flag thing that’s hit Mississippi. It’s hot and there are a few things that I urgently need to tend to so I cannot possibly spend the next day researching the origin of the flag(s) … or burning of …
The aristocratic foreigner was sneering at the American democratic government. “It must be frightfully unpleasant to be governed by people that you wouldn’t care to invite to dinner,” he observed scornfully. “Oh, I don’t know,” retorted the American bluntly. “I don’t see that it’s any worse than being governed by people who wouldn’t invite you