Wednesday, August 4, 2010

1984 is here again for 2nd Handers!

Getting harder for the Sports Dude / Dudette to correlate sports team victories to anything at all. So, remember those sports figures are like Hercules and Achilles- Demi-Gods all. Rooting for them is the next best thing to actually being kin to Hera, Gaea, Athena, Aphrodite, Rhea, Psyche, Hestia, Poseidon, Hades, Apollo..., or Zeus himself !

"With the strength of ten men he slew 1,ooo of the enemy wielding only the jawbone of an ass." Yeah, that's some legacy Mr Samson.. (...for the Bible followers among us). We use Tomahawks that spew fire and travel at 550 mph nowadays.

With all of the U.S. military bases around the world, you'd run out of States before you could assign our fighting and support forces (offense & defense) a State to sponsor and root for each of them, (600+ over seas U.S. Military bases) even if we assigned each (of our 50) State(s) SIX Military Base "fighting forces" exclusively.

What detail those large screen TVs could show as our modern day Gladiators operate in their respective theaters of conflict.
But now we're told the entertainment is winding down at Oceania. The forces in Eurasia and East Asia are our Allies. Has it not always been so? In honor of our victory Chocolate rations are up 1/4 percent. That's double plus good isn't it Brothers and Sisters? Those inner party members really have a grip on things! When were trends ever better?

With the anti-sex leagues pulling out all the stops in the UAE, and Asia, our Military and corporate foot prints are going to have to get the latest newspeak dictionary from the inner party soon. Too much use of un-words and your cashiered as an un-person, like Winston and Julia! ...Agents of Goldstein! Failing to perfect your language means soon you'll be spending a stint in room 101, for thought crime.

" Here comes a candle to light you to bed. Here comes a chopper to chop off your head".


Clarence Dember said...
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Clarence Dember said...

You've never seen Richard Burton's last movie "1984"?
You can watch it for free on the internet, but you must search for it. I can't tell you where at this or any given moment.