14 Minutes, so longer than I usually like to put forth unless it’s me. But I’m on my 4th watching of it, even Googling and Evernoting refs. But that’s just me. Feel free instead, to meander over into the thick of the herd where there’s a lot more shit on the grass. Most do anyway. You’ll have lots of cow company.
For me, it’s a combination of a lot of stuff I’ve known for 20 years or more but new connect-dots-to-meat, with interesting—historical—gravy on top. Presidential political junkies might love it. For what it may be worth to you, while I’ve seen Napolitano here & there over the years—and read none of his books—I never saw a second of his program on FOX News.
…Loved the Thoreau reference. Of course—ref: cow in thick of herd where shit is most plentiful—not in 1 million voters have a clue in the Universe that that was the guy who changed the world radically via Gandhi and Martin Luther King (credits to the first commenter to connect those dots). Or, feel free to Google around and figure it out if you don’t know. Most Citizens of the World would have less of a clue than The Man in the Street (ref: funny YouTube videos of ignoramuses).
Have at it. At risk of tossing pearls before swine, I’m done with this b-log entry of Stardate 12/13/2013:17:50.
…I guess the Mayans were just as wrong about the end of the world as they were in foreseeing their domination by the Spanish.
Nothing new about idiot. It’s just that the fashion for it waxes and wanes.