or the lack thereof.
Y'all will have noticed that I haven't written much, lately. I wish I could say there's a reason for that, but that would be an over-simplification.
One BIG thing is that I, like many another conservative-slash-libertarian, am simply overwhelmed with the sheer magnitude of Progressive stupidity and defiance of the laws of the land.
One can only remain in a state of outrage for so long, before one's anger is burned out.
That's not to be construed as saying I now approve of the lawlessness which seems to pervade every level of government, and every agency therein. It is to say that I am tired of banging the drum and repeating myself. And of course, that's exactly what the Progressives intend.
But it also occurs to me that righteous indignation and fierce anger are eventually replaced by either apathy/fatigue, or a cold anger. And that last one can be dangerous to that which inspired it.
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One a personal note, my wife and I are doing something we've not tried before. The BBC offered a two-evening event at local theaters.
Last night's showing was a two-part Doctor Who episode ("Rise of the Cybermen/The Age of Steel") from David Tennant's first season. It was fun to be surrounded by all those Whovians, who laughed in all the right places, understood the references, and got it without explanations.
The Doctor Who t-shirts and other clothing worn by many of the attendees, and the on-screen Who trivia contest was fun, too.
Tonight is a new, HD film which BBCAmerica describes as "the earth from a bird’s eye view in “Wings 3D” narrated by David Tennant".
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I'm sorry not to spend more time with all of you, but the well is dry ... for now.