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January 21, 2009

Order.

Filed under: Uncategorized — theinkhorn @ 10:11 pm

It has been a long and taxing day. Eventful, so to speak. Court dates, citations and being stuck in an elevator for almost fifteen minutes. I would give anything for a shot of malibu on ice, with a few splashes of pineapple juice. Delish. Still, there is reason to celebrate. President Obama’s first day in office seems to have ended reasonably well.

More often than not, politicians promise change. That’s because they know that change is what people desire, what they require. They understand that change is not only a want, it is a need. And I’m sure i speak for many many people when i say that this is one of the most exciting times the world has seen in recent years. We are all tingling with anticipation of the change President Obama will bring about, even if we don’t belong to the US of A.

We must not hope, though, for change to occur on our island. Do not expect, do not fantasize, unless you enjoy the stench of defeat and disappointment. If we are to believe that us humans evolved from apes, it is also technically plausible for every nation to go through their very own breed of evolution. It took 233 years for the United States to become a nation with big enough ping pongs to bring about change this drastic. My fellow citizens, 190 years to go. Until then, keep on keeping on, boys.

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