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Friday, 31 October 2014
Midterms cure S.A.D.
Folks who live in the north call it Seasonal Affective Disorder. They get depressed by long dark winters. For the rest of us it's a political disease called Shut-Out Affective Disorder when conservative & libertarian voices aren't heard. The last time I had it, Chretien was ruling in Ottawa and Glen Clark was the NDP rooster in Victoria. Lately it's the U.S. of A that's been getting me down. It's so fricking big that it's politics affect our politics. The 2014 midterms look set to change a lot of roosters and the more that change, the better it will be.
Suddenly I'm cured. Getting out of bed briskly, I post early and often, and every glass is half full.