Great news. We are back to normal. Yes, Elmer Fudd Biden is proposing reparations for the descendants of slaves. See, back to normal. Washington is returning to the absurd. It is total lunacy. Not that I am against all those living heirs of black slaves getting money. If you are still alive, or your grandkids, after 150 years, you need to be rewarded. I think there are some black businesses that I want to see get money, especially barbeque establishments. Some of the best black-owned places I’ve ever eaten came from a barbeque and fried chicken restaurant in Mississippi. The black lady that owned the place was a delightful person. I want all black Christian disciples to get as much government money as possible. That is a heck of a lot better than sending that good ol’ tax money to the Wuhan laboratory in China that developed the COVID-19 virus. No joke. We help finance their work! See, we are back to normal. I do agree that we need more reparations rather than spending more on the third bathroom door sign called s(he)/it that stands for she, he, or it. We are back to normal. Yeah.

I am so glad that the Three Stooges – Moe Biden, Kamala Curly, Larry Pelosi – are hard at work spending more money than we could ever pay back. The three of them together have more than 359 years of doing dumb legislation. With Trump, you were never sure if you were being lied to, but with Biden there is no doubt. Welcome back to normal.

It will be so nice to get back into that warm, not too hot, water with all of the other frogs. I love the resilience of the “Good Ol’ Christian Boy.” No matter how hot the water gets and how much warning is given about impending judgement, they will proudly, without their masks, never leave the hot water even if it kills them . . . and it will.

After thinking about reparations, I have hope. My dad beat me like a stepchild, or like a slave. He called me all sorts of names, so maybe I could qualify as a person of abuse. Just thinking.

“Neither be ye called masters: for one is your Master, even Christ. But he that is greatest among you shall be your servant. And whosoever shall exalt himself shall be abased; and he that shall humble himself shall be exalted.”

— Matthew 23:10-12