Tuesday, November 27, 2012



The Arab Spring has become the Arab Autumn.
What seemed to be a good thing---getting rid of Mubarak--- has now become a bad thing.
Mubarak was forced out, but his replacement doesn’t have a strong love affair with democracy.
Just what the Middle East needed: more chaos.
A fiscal cliff is the last thing on the minds of Egyptians.
Their concern is Egypt’s current pharaoh who has freedom in the sights of his dictatorial hair trigger.


Iran’s nuclear program is still sitting on the front burners of both Israel and the U.S.

The Persian cat continues to play Russian roulette inside of a mountain.

Was Wolf Blitzer tipsy last night in the Situation Room?  He slurred the word edition.  I replayed his mispronunciation three times to make sure it wasn’t my own brain misfiring. 
I ordered two things via computer on Cyber Monday:

Fluoride-free toothpaste and Almond oil.

My wife did some shopping in a real store instead of in Cyberspace.  She bought one of those portable, electric fireplaces.

Today on The View Barbara Walters thanked Elisabeth Hasselbeck for giving her a dicky.


I watched the movie Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close yesterday.  Max von Sydow did not speak a word, but he was amazing!  

I am not too worried about December 21, 2012, but I might do my Christmas shopping after Christmas…just in case.

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