January 10, 2006

Sweet Virginia

Listening to the Rolling Stones' Sweet Virginia, from now so long ago, trying to remember Pre-Reagan America, but having difficulty.

Afterall, we all grew up with the bastard as Governor, too. Sixteen years, all told.

Nevertheless, in 1972, Nixon's ultimate demise was already a vague shiny dream, glowing brightly on the great land's horizon upon horizon.

The bear still went over the mountains.

Kent was a State

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