Friday, October 18, 2013

SAR #13291


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SAR is out of intensive care and in the recovery room. No, it wasn't the drama in Washington – although that's enough to cripple anyone – but some internal remodeling the doctors' insisted on. We'll be back in a few days.


17 comments:

Demetrius said...

Best wishes!

Jesse said...

Be well.

Anonymous said...

Feel Better!!

~Darwindows

Drew Dowdell said...

Speedy recovery!

Robert Lowrey said...

Hope everything goes well. We miss you. I really appreciate and use the service you provide. I write a blog myself, and I don't know how you do it. I find the commitment too much and just stop writing periodically, but you churn yours out every day. Congratulations, and thank you. Again, I hope you get better soon('cause I'm selfish).

Anonymous said...

Very best wishes. Don't worry about us, we can look after ourselves though I'm sure you're missed by many. The most important thing is your health, do take care and don't rush anything. Thanks for your site.

mistah charley, ph.d. said...

best wishes for your health, and thanks for all you do

OkieLawyer said...

Get well soon!

Anonymous said...


Adding my best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery.

Anonymous said...

Be well, CKM!

-Lobo

Anonymous said...

Be well !

I need the clarity of your perspective. Mine is usually muddled.

Bernard

mistah charley, ph.d. said...

here's something i liked

Let’s Get This Class War Started
By Chris Hedges

http://www.truthdig.com/report/item/lets_get_this_class_war_started_20131020/

Charles Kingsley Michaelson, III said...

exactly the position I had convinced myself of while staring at the ceiling today. How we once were, how we have become and how much we deserve our fate if we do not get in the streets and...

And I don't see that happening until we get a lot further down the hole we've let them dig for us.

I may be well enough in a day or two to get back at the rabble rousing.

thanks to all for the encouragement.

ckm.

Jesse said...

You are remembered.

Get well soon.

mistah charley, ph.d. said...

some thoughts about rousing the rabble -

the citoyens need not necessarily grab weapons - merely refuse to cooperate with business as usual - if 90% of life is "just showing up", as they say, what happens if 90% just don't show up?

the people, united, will never be defeated - uniting them won't be simple but unlikely things happen every day

Charles Kingsley Michaelson, III said...

mistah charley, ph.d. is quite right, the weapons the 90% have are the 'showing up' ones: If we don't show up to work, no matter how menial, the work doesn't get done - imagine trying to run this place with no fast food joints for lunch... at the other end the 90 percent could simply no shop. buy the groceries, but no new shirts, shoes, restruant meals, cars tvs phones all the stuff that enslaves us. A consumer society with no consumers and nothing to consume would be pretty impressive...

More and more I dream of variations of the Spanish student protests going global.

TulsaTime said...

Hear, hear...that would be impressive, but my cynic self looks at all the people that could not be bothered to do without, or are just so disconnected that they would keep on slogging.

I can just imagine the fits DHS would have with a passive action like a non-consuming consumer. They would have to shift to 'message management' to make john public feel guilty for advancing the cause of Chaos, associate it with the bad guys de jure.

I wonder how the shutdowns impact the domstic intel collections. Somebody at least has to change the backup tapes....