Not So Polite Dinner Conversation- and here were are, 2020

here we are in the eve before starting 2020.  When I was growing up, and we had all of that end times nonsense in the 70s, (oooh the Late Great Planet Earth by that twit Hal Lindsey) I was sure I was going to be the anti-christ in the year 2000 since I was sure that I was screwed up since my prayers weren’t answered and I had questions about the whole of Presbyterian Christianity.  When your religion tries the nonsense of a “chosen” people, then anyone who isn’t selfish wonders what is up with that.

Of course, that nonsense in 1999 was just as silly and the mother-in-law of my brother, a looney pastor,(the MIL, not my brother) was sure the end of the world was coming.  I wonder if she still has bass (the fish) in her swimming pool for the “tribulation”.  I was watching a show on the Y2K bug and it was just silly but we were indeed nervous about what could happen. I did show that my spouse was a great IT guy since he figured out how to fix it for his employer.  Whodathunk an English Lit major would be able to make computers obey? 🙂

Thanks to all of my internet friends, my followers and everyone else who has made this last year fun.  I’ve had a great time doing art, tending more cats than I intended and cooking interesting things.

I wish all of you the best of things.   Not that my wishes mean much.  Mostly, I hope that humanity gets its act together and tosses out ever piece of vermin like Trump and his fellow hatemongers.

oh and you need to watch Iron Sky: The Coming Race, if only to see Hitler on a Tyrannosaurus Rex getting squished.  The first movie and this, the sequel are great as classic B-Movies.

 

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