It's a cloudy and cool late March morning as some Kansas Jayhawk fans rise fitfully to face a Blue Monday.
It's like anything in life though- you REALLY have to want it to get it....
The 3 homicides locally this weekend didn't occur on my watch.
Still- the 2 murders in KC-MO and the one killing in KC-KS is too much- maybe this will start a little political lip-service but even that's doubtful.
If it don't affect people- they really don't care all that much.
Got a Tweet over the weekend from our favorite council candidate Tracy Ward- lamenting why people aren't upset over America's involvement in Libya's "civil war."
I replied that people won't get upset until today- tonight specifically- when President Obama addresses the nation on the matter.
Why- people will miss some or all of their Monday night TV fare is what's upsetting.
Americans don't care enough to vote mostly- so a little air-action against a dictator is far from most folk's radar screens.
See above: If it don't affect people- they really don't care all that much.
Libya's uprising has caused fuel prices to rise- THAT'S what's more upsetting to Americans when their wallet is raided.
Japan continues to suffer the aftershocks and math of their historic earthquake and tsunami.
That Japanese corporation TEPCO (Tokyo Electric Power COmpany) is a poster child for anything that can go wrong for a corporation and the citizens that rely upon it will go wrong.
TEPCO has mismanaged the damaged nuclear power plant issue from Day 1- their officials REALLY ought to consider Hari-Kiri as the only honorable issue left.
In America- corporate giant Walmart faces off on a possibly expensive sex discrimination lawsuit poised to go before America's Supreme Court.
I think the Supremes will favor Walmart- since as with election contributions the court favors Corporate America.
But- like I've said here before- If it don't affect people- they really don't care all that much.