Thursday, July 31, 2008

another day

Okay, so it is again another day. I got stung by something yesterday on my foot, foot swelled up, itchy in crotch, armpits, neck, arms and started to get hives. Took antihistamine and most of the itching went away. Sigh...why do these bugs find me so attractive here? I have never been stung so much before.
Today, foot is still swollen and itchy. Antihistamine makes me loopy. I don't like taking them. Trying to decide if I really need a laptop or just want one. I am also looking into metalsmithing and wire work. Do I have enough years in me to do this? Only time will tell!

Politics! McCain is getting ridiculous, Obama is wanting to be messiah. Why oh why, do we even have political conventions when the candidates are already decided and facing off against each other. I don't remember when they have started so early. I am bored of it! We need something exciting in the race.

Well at least Olmert is leaving and it's about time. He was giving away all of Israel's hard won gains. I do not feel that Israel should give back the Golan Heights. Even if now the countries can hit Israeli cities without using the heights - it is a psychological barrier. Will the Arab countries ever learn to live in peace? Probably not, as they are still tribal societies. Their record of human rights is zero - they don't have any. Women are still treated abominably with little rights of their own. Maybe if these places decide to become a 21st century civilization, progress in these areas can be made.

As usual, Exxon is making disgustingly high profits while the people struggle to pay gas to work or to buy falsely elevated prices for food. Falsely I say, all due to the rise in gas and oil prices. These are being driven up by speculators and the fat cats of the industry. I say, off with their heads! We need to get real, folks, and take them down. Nationalize these! No CEO's earning billions of our dollars, no golden parachutes (no gave them to me), no CEO's! The time for a revolution is now and it is late in coming. Not a violent one, but a takeover by the people for the betterment of the people. Read the Declaration of Rights.


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