Saturday, May 5, 2012

Observations from the Edge 5.5.1

One of the sadder traits of Americans, myself included at times, is that we tend to think everything is about us.  Seriously, Americans think what happens in the good ole USA is just as important to the rest of the world as it is to us. The only case where I think that might be true is when they watch us argue over stupid social issues as the country itself falls apart. It is true that if the US crashes the rest of humanity crashes right on top of us. It's a small world people and gets smaller every day. Get over it.

"Podrán Ucortar todas las flores,
pero no impedir la llegada de la primavera."
Pablo Neruda

Happy Cinco de Mayo. It continues.


Please refrain from any New York City jokes. Someplace
still has to be the center of the universe.

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