Archive for November 9th, 2012

Our tragedy today is a general and universal physical fear so long sustained by now that we can even bear it.
     —    William Faulkner
From his acceptance speech for the 1949 Nobel Prize for Literature
[Is the fear of our time “the terrorist” who might blow us up or is it a lack of hope in a future where the very rich (without meaningful employment) rule the masses of the poor (without gainful employment)?    —     kmab]
On This Day In:
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2020 Even Being President For Almost Four Years
#45: Crying About The American Voters
Dying Isn’t Much Of A Way To Make A Living Boy
2019 And Autumnal Foliage
2018 Up Hill, Both Ways
2017 Trump Carnivores – The Revolution So Far
2016 Election Results
2015 Speak Louder
2014 Why I Frequently Give In
2013 Am Remembering
2012 Sustained Fear
2011 Commitment

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