Mood: on fire
Topic: "Yahoo" (4)
When one is the smallest, and the weakest, it is generally not advisable to enter a room looking for a fight. Frodo further learned that if unable to win the fight, then speed would be of paramount value. In the unlikely event that one encounters a foe both stronger and faster, then the ability to talk oneself out of trouble is the only salvation. This, thought Frodo, is the rule of the life that he would lead for all his days. Frodo miscalculated.
Frodo never, for even one second, ever believed that violence would accomplish anything. George W. Bush however, whose moronic display now includes his stated personal sacrifice of the game of golf, in order to better bind with the families of the young men and women whom he sent to a pointless, and unforgivable, war, deserves a punch in the nose. Beyond the imbecility of such a statement, it must be added that photographs reveal that even then, he lied. He was so cavalier in his facts that he forgot about published pictures of himself on the fairway, more than two months beyond the "unforgettable day" when he no longer felt it appropriate for the "commander-in-chief" to be at play during a war.
The phrase "spitting mad" is on Frodo's lips. Frodo knows that some, dear reader, who delight in his stories, may be taken aback by the visceral fervor which Frodo allows to pass this night. Frodo is truly angry for the damage that this Incomparable Moron has done to this, the last great "castle on a hill." Our collective wealth, our safety, our very reputation, have all been put to risk by he who truly does not understand the immense harm he has done.
Frodo knows one thing, if the Incomparable Moron wants to go through the rest of his life with that beak, he'd better be able to out-run Frodo. If Frodo should catch him, rest assured dear reader, the first word out of his mouth would be the only one that exited over teeth.
Another of the rules of life would bite the dust. Gandhi never met George W. Bush.