Sunday, 27 November 2016

Sunday meandering...

Sunday and the weathertainers got it wrong again. The prognostication was for a simple, overcast and cool night. This morning I got up, stumbled to the washroom, splashed some water on my face and looked out side to a world of white. Yes I know that it's the end of November, yes I know that snow happens at the end of November but here we are with scientific breakthroughs  that have revolutionized the way we live and these folks can't even get a twenty four hour forecast right? 


I'm sorry for being a bit of a bear this morning. I just finished reading our supreme leader's comments on Castro's demise. a couple of hours ago and had to calm down If it weren't for the position of power Mr. Trudeau holds as Prime Minister, I would laugh his comments off as the ravings of an out of touch lunatic. His eulogy for that dictator was nothing short of an embarrassment in the least and and admission of admiration for Castro's rule at the worst. Mr. Trudeau's lionizing of Mr. Castro was akin to writing a eulogy for Stalin that says:


"Mr. Stalin's greatest achievement was his eradication of obesity in the Ukraine through innovative agricultural reforms." 
 
Castro was nothing more than a thug who managed a rise to power in a turbulent time. A thug who used his position of power to his own advantage having those who disagreed imprisoned, tortured or murdered. Castro hid behind the Marxist slogan 'From each according to his ability, to each according to his need.' This slogan has been used as a justification for the murder of millions in places like Stalin's Russia


Mr. Trudeau, in his eulogy, seems to be a defender of this thug's actions. Anyone who defends this concept, or any variation of this concept, on the grounds of 'good intentions' is an immoral enabler of the right to rule by the barrel of a gun or the point of a bayonet. If there is a God may Castro's soul be forever consigned to the pits of hell.


Well now that I have that out of my system here are a few links for you. 

It's nice to know that there are still some good people in the world
 
Turns out that if you live in the UK soon there will be a lot of folks looking at what you do on line. Just remember, it's for your own good of course.  


You think your having a bad day. This guys gets cut off while on his motor cycle, hits a lamp pole, gets up from that with no injuries only to be hit on the head when the lamp pole falls on him.  


I don't know about you but after seeing this, if I owned any Nutulla I'd be locking it up. 

Rob a Chipole and all you managed to get away with was a burrito?  

Lost your job? Lost your home? Hey, it ain't that bad... 

That's all for me on a lazy Sunday from up here North of Disorder, West of Dishonor.

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