it is what it is,
except when it isn’t, no. 2

Yesterday I heard that some journalists (okay, maybe just one) are saying things like this about The Lorax: “The President’s liberal friends in Hollywood [are] targeting a younger demographic using animated movies to sell their agenda to children.”


I know Dr. Seuss did have some political leanings and statements in his work and all, but, really?

And then I went to the grocery store and bought myself some tulips. They didn’t have pink, which was what I wanted, so I picked these instead.

The woman checking me out said, “We call these Fighting Irish tulips, because of the colors.”


Silly me.

I just thought they were pretty.




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