Framing the Dialogue

Archive for December, 2012

Full of Hot Wind

I often (usually) listen to commercial talk radio during the day when possible and certainly on the commute to/from work.  Since I said “commercial” talk radio you know it must be conservative talk radio as there are no viable, commercial, liberal talk shows or stations at least that can be found.  I am often surprised at some of the advertisements that folks pay to play to a mostly conservative audience.  Some of the stuff just seems like a complete waste of money.

Lesson For Today

Sometimes,

 

We try too hard to get to the greener grass.

 

In the process, we end up in trouble.

 

And when you find yourself in trouble…

 

And you’re stuck in a situation that you can’t get out of…

 

And you are grateful that help is on the way…

 

There is one thing you should always remember…

 

Not everyone who shows up…

 

Is there to help you!!!!

 

That is the end of today’s lesson!

Agenda 21

Glenn Beck’s new book with coauthor Harriet Parke has two parts so I’ll review it like that…

First the novel.  In Agenda 21 the authors depict a 1984ish feel of a dire future world or somewhat like the Hunger Games series.  A world very different from what we have.  A world that is frankly hard to imagine where a young women struggles with understanding her world and the bits and pieces she learns of the previous world.  The story follows the life of this women as she comes of age and faces difficult challenges.