It’s Called “Business As Usual,” And You’re Not Fooling Anyone

I don’t often talk about current events here, for the simple reason that as a rule, the fall of empires and the foibles of kings simply don’t interest me unless I have some sort of personal tie to the events in question.  (And for a legion of reasons, I strictly avoid such ties with the same passion (and much the same reasons) that I avoid warzones whenever possible.)

But that doesn’t mean I don’t notice.

So Egypt . . . for the record, when you can measure your “state of emergency” in terms of decades, trust me when I say it is, by definition, not an emergency any more.

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