Get Busy Livin’ or Get Busy Dyin’

I got a little carried away with my emotions and rhetoric in the post below, but a very large chunk of me says that while I am busy hating here, I am also busy loving my little hollar and neighborhood and home and country, too.

This post and the gentle pushback by both Amy Perrault and Daniel Bassill is what keeps me going online.  These folk care and have an equally valid voice. That is no false equivalency.  Thanks to them for caring enough to join in and make sense.

The lesson here: Nazis, mind yer owned damned business and if you can’t do t…

The lesson here: Nazis, mind yer owned damned business and if you can’t do that then “fuck you”. The power of Charlottesville is that a bunch of outsiders got told “fuck you” by a bunch of native sons and daughters.

2 Replies to “Get Busy Livin’ or Get Busy Dyin’”

  1. After offering a couple of comments on your G+ post, this article from The Economist came across my feed. https://www.economist.com/news/books-and-arts/21717801-only-catastrophe-truly-reduces-inequality-according-historical-survey-lessons?fsrc=scn/fb/te/bl/ed/apocalypsethenthelessonsofviolenceandinequalitythroughtheages

    The message was that over the history of the human species only great disasters, like plagues, world wars, or the Great Depression of the 30s, have had must overall affect on inequality.

    That’s depressing. If we know that the odds of making good things happen are so stacked against us, why do we try?

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