Decartes first asked the question. And when I first read it I thought, how ridiculous, of course we are, "I think, therefore, I am" -- okay, he said that first, still, it was never hard for me to distinguish between my waking and sleeping existence, until now.
When I was a young man, in the seventies -- late seventies, pre 1984 Ronald Reagan wealthy-tax cuts madness -- the world looked like it was on the right track. Equal rights were cool, immigrants were considered an asset by Republicans for "cheap labor" -- yes, immigration, another Republican lie they blame on everyone else but their greedy leaders -- and Nazis... were evil.
Today, with Trumps 3:16 Mob followers, the world looks scary. Equal Rights is considered an attack on Gray Headed White Men, cheap labor is now replaced with kiss-my-ass/shut the fuck up/Peasant Labor, and, Nazis are cool in their Frog Meme suits.
Donald Trump is president. And so, obviously, I am not awake because the world is illogical and is transcending time and space, and is definitely breaking the normal laws of physics.
So, in closing boys-and-girls, Descartes was right: we are asleep while the Nazis have figured out a way to move around us.
|I think, therefore I am.|
|I think, therefore I scam.|
On this day in 1492, greed came to America. The first white man arrived and claimed these here United States for himself. Think of it this way if you live in Texas and our pissed about all the liberal Californians moving in. You started it!
Be where you are, otherwise you will miss your life.
Buddha said that.
Don't eat yellow snow.
I said that (Dr TV Boogie).