The single most important factoid about Maine is that their state soft drink is Moxie.
I’ve come to the conclusion that too much is now broken in this country to fix. The fork has come out clean. We’re done. It’s now just a slow and bumpy road to hell and hope there’s a way back.
That should be ‘Prosecution Rests’, yes?
Cultural query – pronounce the ‘L’ in solder, or not? I’m a NOT.
We’re about twenty to fifty years behind in basic infrastructure maintenance, and more in general infrastructure planning and construction. Compared to much less affluent countries, we’re a sorry joke. There are very few solidly secure bridges anymore and traffic patterns are volatile labyrinths.
Thanks for the explanation – I was totally at a loss. But now that I know, it’s still not funny.
With the amount of weapons currently out there, I truly doubt any law, or any restrictions, as hopeful as we can be about their effectiveness, will be really useful to stem the obscene amount of gun deaths in this country. But whatever happens needs to happen at a federal level, and should be more like licensing an automobile. Right now, because I’m in MA, I really need to get a gun in another state if I want it quickly. But I can do that. We need to eliminate that ‘but’.
It’s not the drawing – Ramirez is a masterful draughtsman, in fact, one of the best, but his willful ignorance and open mendacity are truly not to be excused.
Wow, a Stan Rogers reference…. RIP – I had the great fortune to see him perform, and only a few months prior to his way too early, and heroic, death.