When I was not much more than three years old my mom took me to the carnival in Ithaca where she saw a gypsy tent. Being WWII, she took me in and had my future read. Well, mom did not exactly believe in it; I was too young to care. Anyway, she predicted that I would be a general of great armies and involved in many battles. Mom was not a war hawk so maybe it scared her, I don’t know. I like to follow the comics page for enjoyment; maybe it developed from my collections of Gene Autry, Red Rider, Roy Rogers, Superman, and Batman comic books.
Aries. You’ll win the game, stomp the competition and claim victory in the battle of ideas. Knowing this, do you still want to take it on? Consider what the benefit will be beyond the momentary achievement.
You find wisdom in strange places, like the column on bridge where I pick up a bit of wisdom now and then. ” It’s hard to think but harder to act. It’s hardest to act in accordance with your thoughts.” –Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Garfield Jon suggests to Garfield a trip to the mountains for an exercise hike. (What a fine thought. Jon permit me to step away for a moment to ponder your proposal—Z (snoring).
Blondie She says to Dagwood, “Did you hear what I just said, sweetheart? ” “Yes. You said, nobody listens anymore. Either that or something about the weather. I was listening but I guess I wasn’t paying much attention.”
Pickles “What’s that on your arm Nelson? ” “A Batman Band-Aid. It means I was brave at the doctor.” “Ah, very nice. I’ve just got a pain old band-aid on my thumb–It means I was stupid at hammering a nail.”
THAT’S ALL FOLKS!