In the wake of this latest tragedy, I cant help but to sense
that ‘big change’ again is on the way for the nation, maybe.Let’s hope the powers-that-be remember to
include the economic well-being of the populace when they implement the big
changes to come – as it seems they failed to remember to do with the big
changes implemented of a decade or so ago.
Follow on entry, April 19th, 2013. All
eyes of the Nation were on Watertown. No doubt. So many of these creeps
go down the same way. Hiding like rats. creep dude should have spared
us all and went down with his brother. I trust it's the correct
creeps. Good job to the law enforcement
folks to catch these creeps so fast. (creep ran over his own brother to
get away?) Let us know if they had any buddies helping them, will ya?
The tree worker guys were pruning/trimming the dead portions
at the end of the branches on the tree outside one of the gates to the complex
today. I have been watching the deadness
of that tree slowly spreading from the end of the branches inward towards the
trunk of the tree for a couple of few years now. After trimming the deadness off the tree,
which I believe is a Australian willow tree, there is not much left of it.
I’m concerned that the tree may never grow back and the death is
merely spreading inward. Because there
are remaining branches that were not pruned with leaves that look to be dying as did the other
branches before they went bare. I’m more
concerned that I see the same death pattern on many types of trees throughout
the nation. And I’m even more concerned
that so few seem to be noticing the dying trees and the governments and the
media sources have said nothing about the matter either. Ultimately disconcerting as well is that when
the death pattern spreading throughout the trees becomes more noticeable, the
local governments apparently pay someone to come and trim the tree back and the
death apparently spreading through the tree is removed as it to keep it from
our view. And what kind of sends me over the top is that I fear that my previously blogged hypothesis could actually becoming to fruition (see the link below about the burning of ethanol fuels and trees).
But, maybe I don’t give the local governments enough credit
though and they are merely expending the capital to prune the trees to make the
sidewalk safer – in spite of the current trends of cities to be short on
revenues, or so we are told. And, maybe
it was merely a parasite attacking the tree or something, as the maples on
either side of this tree appear healthy and fine - but I have never seen any signs of any parasites on this tree before.
But again, given my previously stated hypothesis in the matter (see link below), the
continuation of dying trees with such a similar pattern of distress displayed
in the trees beforehand and with no word from any official sources on the issue
have again fueled my grave concerns regarding the trees and the possible
influence of the burning of ethanol/alcohol based fuels.
I would take another photo of the likely dying tree for the
sake of argument and posterity, as I have many a photo of trees dying in apparently
the same fashion from around the nation.
However, I find the whole matter to be overly depressing and even
sickening, especially if my hypothesis and fears were even slightly on target
in the matter. And I dont want to see another photo of it all.
Today on “This Week w/George S.” a member of his gang could
be heard to ask “…why the Democrats have done nothing to reign in the banks and
Wall Street excesses?”None had an
answer and all of them seemed flabbergasted with the reality of it all.
If I may, I would put forth that some combination of two
most likely answers might reflect the reality of it all.First, the Democrat party leaders seem to be on the same
side as the banks and Wall Street, just as most of the mainstream seems to
attribute only to the Republican leadership.And,
secondly, the modern Democratic leaders seem to prefer to blame everything on the Bush
Administration even though such [likely failed] non-policies of the prior administration might
be as much as a decade old – blame and excuses which then appear acceptable to
their constituents because many of the constituents seem content to allow the
Democrats to offer nothing but excuses, apparently.
The prior matter was all that I originally wanted to address
with this blog, but interestingly enough, I believe it was George S. himself at
the very end of the show that spoke of a study out this week which suggested
the best conduct for anyone who is part of a crowd when confronted with a
crazed homicidal gun-man.George said
that the study suggested that the folks in a crowd would be best to run-away
from any crazed homicidal gun-man.Well…, duh!And the study also
may have suggested that folks in the crowd attempt to show resistance or fight
Of course this begs the question, what do you do when you
can’t merely run-away from a gun-man?Obviously, from what was said on the show today, even this study seemed
to suggest that an individual try to defend themselves somehow.One can only wonder how one might adequately
accomplish such a defense or what would one use to defend themselves against a
homicidal maniac shooting at everyone – if the current administration and Mayor
Bloomberg have their way. Might the
researchers suggest that folks throw buttered popcorn at the homicidal creep/gun-man?And if the trend continues which has been
promoted by folks like the current presidential administration and Mayor Bloomberg, that’s
likely all a law-abiding citizen will ever have to defend themselves with as
well. Because it seems the currently
promoted trend is to make it illegal for law-abiding Americans to even own any
guns – regardless of the reasons for owning the gun. What's more ironic, is that these same politicians and individuals who seek to curtail or eliminate private gun ownership most likely never go anywhere without an armed guard - or dozens of them.
I suppose maybe I’ll have to try to review the show in its
entirety and to find and read the study to see what is actually in it, no
Victims Deserve a Vote! I agree. But...