Our moment of smug self-satisfaction…

Y’know, it’s moments in history like this where I watch a bit of news, shake my head, then shrug and get on with my day, thinking “Whatever, I bugged out fifteen years ago.”

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5 Responses to Our moment of smug self-satisfaction…

  1. Ben says:

    Moments in history like this explain why we can’t have nice things anymore.

  2. R Durand says:

    Lucky you. If it wasn’t for the wife I would have moved out of this blue-city hell hole years ago.

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  4. TK421a says:

    It’s starting to look like Sir John Glubb may have been on to something.

    http://www.thegreatstory.org/glubb.pdf

  5. Joel says:

    Yeah, you could be right.

    The life-expectation of a great nation, it appears, commences with a violent, and usually unforeseen, outburst of energy, and ends in a lowering of moral standards, cynicism, pessimism and frivolity.

To the stake with the heretic!