Where were you? What did you do? Did you get off your butt, take to the streets? Were you part of the Resistance? Did the fascists push back, hurt you, steal your rights, for your insistence on justice, the rule of law, respect for the people one is elected to serve? Or did you just watch tv? Play video games, follow sports, go through the motions at work, focus on your family to avoid your responsibility to the human family and the planet? Were you confused by the news, the lies? Did you get tired, lose interest in all the scandals? Were you overwhelmed? The natural disasters, the human disasters? Did you care? Care enough to act or wait for somebody else? Did you say #MeToo, did you take a knee? You couldn't do it all, I know, but did you support those who made it their mission to set things right? Support them in concrete terms, not in your own mind?
All these are questions I ask of myself first. There are no perfect answers, but history judges severely. Be on the right side.
Happy trials, Martin
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Jeff: A tattoo artist has designs on his clients.
Mutt: I used to be a doctor, but then I lost patients.
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Jeff: In some places fog will never be mist.
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Jeff: Is it bad pun day?
Mutt: All day, every day.