Thursday, November 11, 2010

Armistice Day - 2010, A.D. - A Cessaton Of Hostilities


In the 11th hour, on the 11th day, of the 11th month, they gathered to sign the Armistice, the agreement for a cessation of hostilities, in this railway car.

Mr. Ernest Hemingway said more than once in subsequent years that the Great War that preceded that day would have made just as much sense had they simply buried the entire produce of the Chicago Stockyards in trenches in the ground - and covered it with dirt before it became rotten.

He wrote many pictures in plain American English. He was just one of many who knew what all this means.

Never utter the words, "Our nada who art in nada, nada be thy nada. Thy nada come; thy nada be done, in nada as it is in nada."

To do so is considered the worst form of bad luck.

Good luck to you and yours; may joy and good health come your way in all particulars.

I am sincere.

The Legendary

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