Thursday, June 23, 2022

I Have Often Wondered - Was She a Zombie

I mean after all, the title of the song is 'She's Not There' and let's face it folks - zombies, whether fictional monsters or real live monsters in the form of democrats, are most certainly not there, at least mentally. Anyway you listen to this song though, it was and remains a great song by a short lived group that called what else but The Zombies:
Now remember, I just wrote "Anyway you listen to it it though, it was and remains a great song...". So, let's listen to another version, this one by Santana (what a tribute to the original by The Zombies) to have such a well established group play it more than 20 years after it first came out:
Yep, as many times as I have heard She's Not There, after seeing the Night of the Living Dead way back then, I've wondered was she a zombie. By the way, if you are a fan of zombie movies and have never seen Night of the Living Dead - you do not know what you are missing. There were other movies with zombies before it but it most definitively is the one that started the craze.
All the best, 
Glenn B

The Countdown Has Begun But To What?

Well, maybe to civil war, or civil disturbance or outright insanity but my guess is it will not be nice no matter what the judgement. What countdown - the bit over one week we have left until the Supreme Court's current session eds for the summer and thus the countdown until their decision on the case,  Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, that may or may not overturn Roe versus Wade. More at the source.
There are extremists on both sides of the abortion issue while I believe both ready, willing and able to cause massive civil disturbances if they do not get the decision they want. I honestly believe though that those on the left might be willing to start a civil war should Roe v. Wade be overturned. In fact, should it not be overturned, I still think it likely those on the left will create violent civil disturbance while they celebrate - much like the Chicago basketball fans who rioted after their team won the championship many years ago; if you don't remember that one - read about it here.
Anyway, I have veered a bit away fro the title of this blog post so let me get to the countdown. We have this much time until the official closing hour of the Supreme Court next week on Friday and the decision apparently will have to be announced by then:


Of course, it may not take anywhere as long as that - they could announce their decision sooner - like tomorrow! Whenever, I am willing to bet rioting does not take even a few minutes to commence once the decision comes down if it actually overturns Roe versus Wade.

All the best,
Glenn B