Forward Into The Past: What Next?

Some very timely sentiments, right here!
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Buffalo Tom Peabody's blog 2

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This post made me feel a little bit better. Because thereโ€™s no way I can Hula for the next 4 years.
Toodles!
Your best friends,
Buffalo Tom. Gunther & Iggy
( Time Travelers & 4th Graders)

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16 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. eths
    Nov 11, 2016 @ 11:51:26

    I love Buffalo Tom Peabody!

  2. sheldonk2014
    Nov 11, 2016 @ 12:52:55

    I’ll be rite over with the snacks
    We can watch the reruns together
    Starting with the honeymooners

  3. some bloke
    Nov 11, 2016 @ 15:50:25

    iggy would have made a far better president ๐Ÿ˜ฅ

  4. Linda
    Nov 11, 2016 @ 17:50:51

    Omg!! Chachi?? What is wrong with this world?

    • sepultura13
      Nov 12, 2016 @ 15:06:27

      …don’t forget Sarah Palin and Rudy “Law & Order” Giuliani – oh, and the obvious nepotism which has sprung forth around the supposed “blind trust” that his kids are going to be running while simultaneously being part of his transition team.

      There is so much wrong with this, in so many ways, on so many levels! Mind-boggling, indeed…

      • Linda
        Nov 12, 2016 @ 15:38:01

        Gak!! I know right? I take it that you’re American? I’m Canadian. I’d like to make a comment about the Gong Show that was this last election in the US, but I find myself doing an uncomfortable “eeek” because we did, after all, have Stephen Harper for years before we got our collective heads out our butts and voted Justin Trudeau into office. So, no self righteousness here, but that said, what do you think it is? Is it organized, state sanctioned, normalized “hatred” as such, or is it a profound lack of education in certain sections of US society? And the reason I am asking is because Trump was duly elected. Yet, it seems that every time I have seen an interview with a so-called Trump supporter, more often than not, I see a person who is grossly misinformed–ad nauseam–and is extreme in their views. I understand passion, but some of it bordered on delusion. It’s those people who need to be educated I think. Well, but that’s just my opinion and I don’t live there, but at the heart of all this “Trump-ism” is a deep-seated “need” that has gone unanswered for too long. What do you think?

      • sepultura13
        Nov 12, 2016 @ 21:49:30

        Trying to answer questions like that in a comment section is something that I don’t do, especially when I’m being asked to explain the basis for a vote that I didn’t cast. Attempting to explain how the electoral college works to another American citizen is difficult enough – I doubt that I could make it very clear to a Canadian, LOL

        Besides, I rarely discuss deep things such as politics even with close friends or family members. When I do, I prefer to do so in person – it’s much easier that way.

        Online discussions, debates, and arguments aren’t something that I have the time or mindset for. I’m doing the NaNoWriMo thing and am keeping my creativity alive. Politics are decidedly unhelpful.

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  5. Brian Lageose
    Nov 11, 2016 @ 20:42:04

    I giggled all the way through it… ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • sepultura13
      Nov 12, 2016 @ 15:08:09

      ROFL – sometimes, we just need a good laugh…it’s the best way to keep from laughing maniacally, weeping uncontrollably, or vomiting with rage…
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