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Monday Madness 2.1

Posted in Uncategorized by activecitizen54 on February 7, 2011

Monday Madness 2.1

The footage, provided by Euronews and subsequently seen on MSNBC, CNN and uploaded over a dozen times to the popular video sharing site YouTube, captures the fiery, violent protests in Cairo this past week … and something else. Between the crowds of protesters and barricades, the video shows a flowing, pale green image that resembles an erect rider atop a horse in Medieval-like barding. The ethereal figure remains for a few moments before floating over protesters’ heads and off the screen. The last of the biblical Book of Revelation’s Four Horseman of the Apocalyse, the “pale rider” is said to be the bringer of death and the forerunner of “hell” on earth. Is the image from Egypt a fulfillment of Revelation’s prophecy?

The Fearful Fundamentalist Christ-O-Fascists will be howling now.  The end is near.  Pray for their Apocalypse and the Rapture to take them and leave we secular socialists to live in peace.

The sons of the John Birch Society founder in all their bigoted glory.  This is the “entitlement” that’s driven America into the ditch and is hell-bent on the destruction of America and American Democracy.


House shopping is such fun in this market.  I think I’ll find a nice place to rent and see how low these prices will go.  Next week’s chores.

The sunshine is appearing in brilliant patches between the tall oaks and the vegetable patch with the chill rushing away.  Timmy came home from work ill and is lounging.  The Blueberries are fertilized and a sweet little colony of Bumble Bees moved in to help pollinate.  All that’s required are some warm temps.  Springtime in Central Florida.  I may find some Mason Bees and get a colony going.  They are easier than Honey Bees but I see the hives coming.  When this was all groveland back in the 70s and 80s being an apiarist was simple as harvesting orange blossom honey and then leaving the hive alone.  Because of the loss of that agriculture keeping Honey Bees now is a demanding task of feeding and planting food sources.

I have enough seed ordered to carpet the property here but am confining it to a proper cutting patch on the west of the front lawn.  $300+ in veggies, perennials and annuals to “deck the halls” as it were for this summer’s victory garden.  We will eat when others won’t and we help supply the neighborhood with fresh organic veggies.

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