Kahomono - It Means Lucky

Random musings on whatever subject strikes my fancy, published every other day.

The Last M*A*S*H

We’ve been re-watching old series. The latest one we took up was M*A*S*H.

M*A*S*H (CBS) 1977-1983 Shown: clockwise from bottom, Alan Alda (as Capt. Benjamin Franklin “Hawkeye” Pierce), Harry Morgan (as Col. Sherman T. Potter), Mike Farrell (as Captain BJ Hunnicut), William Christopher (as Father John Patrick Francis Mulcahy), Jamie Farr (as Corporal/Sergeant Maxwell Q. Klinger), David Ogden Stiers (as Charles Emerson Winchester III), Loretta Swit (as Major Margaret J. “Hot Lips” Houlihan)

Have you (re-)watched M*A*S*H recently? Did you remember, before you started to watch again, how incredibly sad it is?

Not just the last one, either. Every damn episode.

The NY Post is Garbage

And, seriously, how is anyone still talking about this?


What is the world we live in? Post-hypocrisy?

There’s more – there’s always more

But wait – there’s more. Post-truth. Post-democracy. Post-conscience.

There’s your Rethuglican platform, dear reader. Hypocrisy is fine when they do it. And for their purposes, truth, democracy, and conscience are all obsolete.

Two Weeks

Two weeks from today the counting begins. The Rethuglicans are doing everything they can to make sure it’s chaotic and inconclusive. They figure that will allow them to claim whatever result they feel like claiming. They are also trying to ram in a fifth toady on the Supreme Court to make it stick.

Read this comic carefully

In two months, this could be us. US.

Planning to Vote

As in really making plans…

This is 100% the result of allowing politicians — desperate, like cornered rats — to have any influence on election logistics.

This is how democracy dies: suicide.

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