Crazyness and politics

Oh hello there blog.

Yeah, it has been a busy month to say the least. I will now do my best to get back into a regular routine of writing, list-making, and posting things. I’m feeling a bit disorganized currently and there is actually something else that I should be doing right now instead of this but I randomly took a look at the blog and realized it has been one month since anything has happened on here. It feels longer and it probably has been since I write posts a day or so before they are set to post. This is being written on a warm Saturday evening for example. Anyway, I’m going to make this short and say a few things I want to say.

Everyone is going crazy. No, you’re not crazy? I beg to differ. Because you see we spend so much of our time online and very little trying to interact and when we do we need to watch a video tutorial on how to do this first. Not all of us still, but those that are considering themselves “normal” (spoiler: no one is normal- no one really knows what that is) are thinking about what it means to connect and how to unwind and how to stop all the political thinking from clouding their heads all while trying to be a Vine star when you are not anywhere near 17 so you go crazy too. But not too crazy because then you couldn’t read this blog and get your sense back right?

Simple enough. Ok how about politics in the general climate of things? Wherever you live, a political campaign cannot survive if there is no platform, no support, and no social campaign. It is also helpful if there is outreach, community understanding, some type of healing, wisdom for the ages, and healthy skepticism as well. The Merriam-Webster definition of politics goes down like this: “activities that relate to influencing the actions and policies of a government or getting and keeping power in a government” ;”the work or job of people (such as elected officials) who are part of a government” ; “the opinions that someone has about what should be done by governments : a person’s political thoughts and opinions.” Basically, these are all the things we see everyday on tv and the internet. The last one there though encompasses really anyone running for any type of office anywhere, but mostly an executive office like president or prime minister.

Doge man is angry about it.

It’s entirely possibly that I don’t know where I’m going with this and now this post is going to fall of a cliff. But, the point is “yes, you’re great. You’re insanely great even but would I vote for you if you don’t care about my opinion or that of others? No.”

Have a terribly wonderful day.


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