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Quote of the Week

“One of the things I wish one could communicate better to people is that all the things that they think are excluding people are not, they’re offering people the best chance they’ll ever have in their lives to get to civilization, or civilization to get to them. And when people rail against things like this city we’re sitting in, think that it epitomizes capitalism and patriarchy and racism and more and more, I just think, I wish more people could take the attitude that I’ve taken throughout my life to these things, which is, you don’t have to be tub-thumping, you don’t have to be a wild flag raving patriot or anything like that. But your attitude should be gratitude. I mean, it’s not as if this is nothing. The city we’re sitting in is enough for a whole lifetime and a very, very well-lived lifetime. And it’s all there. All of the literature, the books, the art, the thought, the music, everything, it’s there, and all you have to do is to reach out and take it and be part of it, and that seems to me, in this culture of hatred and this thing I go into in “The Madness of Crowds” of this just endless zero-sum hatred and bitterness and blame, it’s just to turn that around and say, how about feeling grateful? Because what we have is a blip in human history to have the right to have, and we would be so damn stupid to give it away for nothing.”  — Douglas Murray | Hoover Institution

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  • ghostsniper October 24, 2019, 11:55 AM

    Much ado about nothing. A lot of squawkin’ goin’ on, by people that have very little to squawk about. They need, what was called in the army, an attitude adjustment. If you pulled any of that shit in this man’s army they had a myriad of ways to issue you an attitude adjustment. The most common was 30 days in the field. Field being short for Field Exercise. Keep in mind this was in Germany and almost all field exercises were done in the winter, and the winters there were bitter cold. Funny thing about field exercises is that when the very air itself is going way out of it’s way to kill you every second of your life perspective comes to the forefront and all the retardedness is quickly forgotten.

    It really is about a life of comparative luxury that has not been experienced by the masses to the degree it is today ever in history. When your toil takes so much out of you there is nothing left to bitch about, you don’t. Recovering, just so you can do it all again tomorrow, is all you can muster. And that evil orange man is not even in your lexicon. You’re busy. Busy trying to stay alive.

  • Millie Woods October 24, 2019, 4:26 PM

    Most of the anger is from committed socialists. Civility needs to be destroyed and replaced by anger to further the revolution.

  • Rob De Witt October 25, 2019, 7:40 AM

    ghost –

    That was then, this is now. The baby lefties will never meet you or anybody else on an equal playing ground that requires growing up. Like Leland Stamper in Kesey’s Sometimes A Great Notion, they win be losing. Annoying, but necessary to recognize – they don’t give a shit about your experiences in the Army, and they’ll never have to.

    Millie, one thing I realized a few year ago is that they’re all children. If you ever raised or taught a bunch of pre-schoolers you can remember the ones who just wanted to tantrum, and had no one to love ’em enough to establish boundaries, which is all they needed and wanted.

    And now they’re taller.

  • Aggie October 25, 2019, 1:00 PM

    Thanks for that affirmation. Be Grateful, not Hateful.