It's difficult to think of DOOM all day long. I was thinking of maybe taking DAY THREE off from blogging, give it a rest, think about constructive things. You know, maybe the torrents of Hell can wait.
Lots of friends and relatives are going about their regular lives, spending their days pretty much as usual. Births, deaths, and sickness, and weather, provides all the drama needed in daily walk about's.
But do I really want to miss a day in the count down to "who knows what" about to happen, or not happen, as in "hasn't it already happened" dozens of times before -- for millennia?
Heck, sure is quiet when you stop to think about flowers, icy, cold, mornings, and stars.
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Meanwhile, the Media has slanted yet another doomed country, with obfuscation and "imaginative" journalism. It seems everyone is a loose cannon blogger these days. Here -- you read the story while I soak up some Little Feat ... okay?
LINK] " ... [N]early all the southern African countries, especially the big ones, have mining interests in the DRC. Their offer of support is more likely to do with safeguarding these interests, and even acquire new ones than with the search for peace and stability. (JOSEPH RWAGATARE, 11 DECEMBER 2012. HERE) ... "