Thursday, August 27, 2020


The navy is avoiding the complications of what it wrought at home. Which is a pity because it will happen again and again and again. And no I don't know anything about the sailor, not even his name but the point I was making was that we give berth and safe harbor to our enemies and we'll grow to regret it.

I figured a sailor burnt the ship. It's a terribly easy thing to do.

It's one of the reasons I don't mind not flying anymore. If you board a plane at the cost of your life and pocket change wouldn't you like to know if Muhammed Muhammed al Muhammed was not the pilot? No airline ever shared that information and they won't now. You just shut up and put your skinny ass in our teeny seats and say and do nothing that could be a micro aggression.

I have nowhere to go and no need to travel anymore.

Which is why I drive or take the train.

I don't plan on flying ever again.


Anonymous said...

I haven't flown since 1996. Once the RSA--I mean, TSA--came into being, I decided it was unnecessary. If I want to go somewhere, I'll drive or ride one of my motorcycles. I'm an old fart--I'm in no hurry.
--Tennessee Budd

HMS Defiant said...

Me too but I have no motorcycle and I'm not sure the girl I love would like to pick bugs out of her teeth. OTGH, she'll tell me. :) OTOH, my little sister hid from her teenage sons that she was getting a motorcycle license. It's the kind of thing one would expect from somebody who names her protaganist Eugenides.