Nothing and Everything

C, D, and E are always engaged in a fight for temporary domination, and thus the façade and face of so-called “evil” is always shifting.



Out in the Western section of the Bushes, I heard one ole Revolutionist take a City axiom and turn it just right.  He would sometimes say, “It may be hard, BUT, it may be right.”



The kind of person who furrows up their brow, and seriously says, “I just don’t understand how I can get so angry,” is the same sort who can’t quite figure out if UFO expose’ books are a joke or not.



A fellow defending himself in response to the accusation that he is emotionally “one dimensional,” says, “Not so, I can be pissed standing up, and pissed sitting down.”



Nothing proves nothing.

But, nothing also proves everything.