Life Goes On.

Thankfully, the Presidential election is over. Being what is usually defined as a libertarian, and not having a horse in the race (at least not a horse worth a damn), I had truly grown tired of the endless robo-calls, requests for my money, and political phone polls. While Hurricane Sandy dealt a terrible blow to our area, the silver lining was that all forms of electronic communication ceased from the 29th of October until November 6th. And I did not miss any of it.

So, life goes on. I knew it would. Sure, my guy didn’t win. But that’s only because my guy doesn’t seem to exist. I’m not thrilled with some of the direction this country is headed in. And I was all primed to get torqued up about it before the storm hit. For some strange reason, now, I’ve entered a sort of  “Zen Zone”. I’m calmer. I’m ready to move on. It may just be that I simply don’t have the strength to bitch and convulse about the state of the union any more.

Hanging their flag upside down?

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Idiocracy in Action In My Backyard

Do you recognize this flag?

Well, it must be my Nordic background that made me able to recognize it right off the bat. It’s the flag of Norway.

But let’s backtrack for a moment. What’s making my head spin this morning is not this cute little flag or where it’s from. It’s the fact that this flag was placed on local woman’s property and a group of her neighbors took it upon themselves to complain, vehemently, to the local “powers that be” about it.

Why were they complaining? Because they wanted to know why the owner of the property was ALLOWED to fly a CONFEDERATE flag on what is part of county property.

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