Hello, and welcome to my new blog series where I document my steps away from inveterate slob and into… a better dressed slob. Eh, it’s a start.
Today, we’re starting with my first, clumsy, attempts with a safety razor.
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Which I didn’t actually get last night, but it was still the best sleep I had in over a month.
I’m still tired and exhausted and writing has been spotty because of that. But every day I’m feeling a little better and by Sunday? I should be back in full on ass-kicking mode.
I’ll keep you guys updated.
Been under the weather lately. Will update soon.
Let’s recap, shall we?
- Hamas attacks an Israeli fortified position with no support whatsoever, either in terms of actual weapons or politically. Israel defends itself with standard, albeit poor tactics, and we have 62 dead without a single scrap of land being gained or the peace process advancing. Man, even the generals of World War 1 didn’t suck this hard.
- The attack engendered a lot of meaningless support for Palestine, including some angry articles, a couple of marches and Turkey and South Africa recalling their diplomats from Israel. Again, no actual change in the region.
- The support for Israel is worse, given that it consists of an embassy change and comes from (in America, at least) a bunch of people who are openly using their support for Israel to kill both Jews and Muslims. Yay? Again, nothing actually changed.
- The Jewish community is fighting with itself. Again. As always.
- In other news, the American military managed to lose track of 21 trillion dollars. There’s no pithy comment here, the Yanks just straight up can’t account for 21 trillion dollars.
- In my neck of the woods, Alberta and B.C. are having a pissing contest over a pipeline they both know won’t be built in order to boost their ratings in time for the next election. It’s working, too, that’s the depressing part.
- On a much brighter note, the American Senate voted to restore Net Neutrality. Yay! Except it will almost certainly be defeated in the house. No yay.
There you have it folks. The most pointless week ever.
Oh well. It’s the May long here in Alberta and the rest of my family is going away for the weekend. That means no human contact for four days! Yippee!
I’ll see you guys all next week.
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