Good morning readers. Thanks for coming by for a read this morning.
If I hadn’t carefully avoided ever typing the words, “I’m dismantling Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle here,” I’d find it easier to understand how a casual acquaintance could call this blog BS. Anyone who’s certain Heisenberg’s correct usually has a conviction at a religious-level and genuflects muttering Hail Marys and Amens to the concept enough times per day to keep it fresh. If I’d ever come right out and flatly stated it’s a fig-newton of the imagination I’d expect to be damned from hell to breakfast.
But I haven’t.
So I’m forced to conclude there must be something else I’ve posted here during the past year that a person considering himself prudent, reasonable, intelligent, could disagree with. If I had time I’d scroll back over the entries and try to figure out what it could be. Seems to me everything I’ve ever posted here is so patently obvious as to be absolutely outside the scope of rational argument.
For instance, I’ve frequently implied, but probably never come out and actually said I consider cops to be lowlife scum no better than the people they’re sworn to chase and catch. Motivated by greed, lust for power, and cowardly, weak-kneed, vacuous need to find something inside themselves to rhyme with an ambiguous concept of self-worth. Admittedly, it’s probably an over-generalization. No doubt there are exceptions.
Exceptions that prove the rule.
Same with politicians, rabid rabbit-frightened patriots, flag wavers, lawyers, CEOs of multi-national corporations, Texans, people with “WHOOPTEEDOO! I’M A VETERAN” bumper stickers and mostly the rest of us. Whomever we might be.
What’s not to like, what’s to disagree with in any of that?
But, of course, I’m a man with a weakness for brutal, honest self-examination, so I’m going to have to think more on all this. Possibly scan over some past posts in an effort to find some slip I’ve made in my posts someone might be able to construe as BS.