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Yesterday was the sort of day that was so bad it should be stricken from memory. So, I won't say much. We went to Spooky's parent's place in Saunderstown to care for the cat. The bleak landscape and the freezing wind were even worse than I'd expected, and I should have stayed home. And something's given me a sore throat. We got home yesterday afternoon about 2:30, and I laid down and slept an hour. I never sleep in the afternoon. My depression isn't usually the sort that makes you want to go to bed and not get up again.

Currently, it's 40˚F and overcast, with the windchill at 32˚F. There's talk of snow today and on Saturday morning and on Tuesday.

If you don't like Roseanne, if you can't stand Roseanne Barr's politics, do not watch the show. It's that easy. Attempting to prevent everyone else from watching the show, that's called censorship, plain and simple. The suppression of art (and that actually includes sitcoms), whether it arises from the Left or the Right, is a key element of fascism.

Later,
Aunt Beast




1:53 p.m.

Comments

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setsuled
Apr. 6th, 2018 04:27 pm (UTC)
I'm sorry to hear you're having such a bad time lately. I hope things get better.
Marc D. Goldfinger
Apr. 6th, 2018 05:13 pm (UTC)
The Dinosaur Tourist
Just opened my computer and what did I see? The Dinosaur Tourist Limited from Subterranean Press by you. So I bought one. I hope this will brighten your day just one bit. Peace.
everville340
Apr. 6th, 2018 11:01 pm (UTC)
Re: The Dinosaur Tourist
Thank you. I am grateful for being able to land myself a copy as well after seeing this.
martianmooncrab
Apr. 6th, 2018 08:46 pm (UTC)
if you can't stand Roseanne Barr's politics, do not watch the show.

most people forget about Free Will at this point, it EXISTS! and I dont see anyone holding a gun to their heads.. or the TV/Cable will only show programs they cant controll. sigh.
everville340
Apr. 6th, 2018 11:04 pm (UTC)
It's a testament to Barr that her show is just as relevant to the working class as it ever was during the original years.
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