A Takashimaya department store in Kyoto, Japan after a devastating 4.0 earthquake? No. Kohl’s department store in Arlington Heights, Illinois after shoppers trashed the place on Black Friday. Do you believe it? I was appalled. But we live in a world of “Let someone else do it.” And that is sad. Because you know something – that “someone” probably won’t.
So indeed, I have not recently railed on the silence heard concerning what’s being done about the FDA rulings on cigars for a bit. And quite frankly, I am a bit hesitant to do so.
(A thoughtful pause.)
Oh, what the hell! Some folks seem to have the power and money to do more than they are doing. Yet all I hear is vapid proselytizing, and invective verbiage against those who do say (or write) something of content.
So I will keep this short. Don’t wait for “someone” else to do what you are able to do. Ersatz legends die young. Actions are king! Not vapid, ignorant words that attack, destroy, and demean others for trying to do something. Get off the soapbox! You know who you are.
I am now heading back to Mayberry where life is idyllic. Yep.