Mood: vegas lucky
Topic: "Jack Crabb" (10)
"One hundred and eleven years ago, when I was ten years old. . .", Dustin Hoffman. portraying character Jack Crabb in the film "Little Big Man."
Ten years ago, Frodo stepped upon the world stage as "The Keeper of the Ring." Logical it is that he comment on what the world may be like when one hundred and eleven more years have passed.
There will still be a Texas, and therefore an ample suppy of nuts with guns.
There will still be a Constitution of the United States, however amended thirty-three more times (predominantly by Texans).
There will be no need for fossil fuels, except in those locations where people consume "long-neck bottles" of something that tastes like fossil fuel.
There will be more inmates in Texas prisons than there will be inhabitants in all of the fire ant mounds in the State of Mississippi.
The NRA Party will present the Official hooded mask costume to be worn by all the 250,000 attendees at the scene of their Convention in Dallas.
The number of schoolchildren victimized by gunfire in scholastic settings in Texas is reduced to zero (given the fact that the last public schools were closed before the end of the past century).
Jerry Jones will develop his fourteenth Dallas Cowboys Sadium at a cost of $1,000,000,000 to taxpayers, seating 500,000, and America's team will again be quarterbacked by veteran Tony Romo (hoping to finally make the play-offs).
Finally, Mexico will commence legal action against undocumented aliens from Texas seeking freedom and justice south of the border.
The Ring, it seems, will still be present as long as evil exists (see Texas, above).