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Thirty Years Friday
Author: wickedpam    Date: 11/08/2019 14:24:34

It is still vivid in my memory watching the Wall being broken down on CNN in November 1989. Still makes me get happy and weepy.

It's been speculated that the catalyst for that happening was Bowie's concert in Berlin in 1987.





Its amazing that we can look at those events and be hopeful and joyous. But Putin looked at it and saw only fear and anger. Such a sad, pitiful little man.

After this weeks elections results, my hopes have been stoked that we will rise up and once again find a way to triumph over the fear and anger of little men.

Have a great weekend everyone.
Mala
 

9 comments (Latest Comment: 11/08/2019 18:09:16 by livingonli)
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Comment by Raine on 11/08/2019 14:42:27


Good Morning!

I needed that song this morning.

Comment by wickedpam on 11/08/2019 14:42:54
Morning

Comment by wickedpam on 11/08/2019 14:43:09
Quote by Raine:


Good Morning!

I needed that song this morning.




Comment by Raine on 11/08/2019 14:43:54
Quote by wickedpam:
Quote by Raine:


Good Morning!

I needed that song this morning.


That was needed too!




Comment by Scoopster on 11/08/2019 14:56:57
Mornin' all!

Going to the doc later, my elbow's been hurting all week & getting progressively worse. It's at the point that I can't use a keyboard or move my arm without pain.

Comment by Raine on 11/08/2019 15:41:22




Comment by Scoopster on 11/08/2019 16:34:39
rofl.. Scott Adams (the wingnut dipshit who drew Dilbert) is doing a Reddit AMA. This should be fun!


https://bucket.bluegartr.com/00d9b80e4913c06c5a446a8c9c2857cc.png


Comment by Scoopster on 11/08/2019 16:55:38
Oh FFS.. Kanye wants to run for president in 2024.

Comment by livingonli on 11/08/2019 18:09:16
He's still drawing Dilbert but I can't look at it anymore and Doonesbury's only published on Sundays.