I think that is racist.(just kidding. Everyone gets "outraged" at everything nowadays, don't they?)
Lin, I just don't know what to do these days. One can scarce say anything without being charged with being political incorrect or something."Black" in my day implied a dark side, even evil. Then the people of African heritage chose to call themselves "Black"; and I am supposed to drop the term from my vocabulary unless referring to them? Oh, wait they are now "African American," so may I use "black" in the traditional moral sense?(just so you know: When I posted this verse I wondered who would call me on it.)
The prophetic voice is heard throughout the land.
I only recognized it because I used the term the other day and someone told me I was racist. Ugh. it's nuts. I agree, we can't say anything anymore--especially old sayings or cliches. My eye doctor told me the story of being called out because he used the term "putting your finer in the dike." The world is nuts. But I think we know that already. I wasn't really offended...I was just being snarky.
Chuck, I have "prophesied" over some things,e.g., at the time of the '12 election I said it would be our last free election. Well, time is getting short and we shall see what we shall see.Lin, we've communicated long enough that I quite understood your "snark" and I rather responded in kind.And most of the world is nuts. There is still you and me and Chuck and our near and dear ones. (Maybe some of those are suspect?)
Chuck, that the prophecy not come true is my fondest hope.
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