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  • eupraxis@aol.com
    Sorry Bill, I meant to answer your previous post, but I couldn t keep my eyes open this week long enough to make a complete sentence. WS ... From: bhvwd
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      Sorry Bill, I meant to answer your previous post, but I couldn't keep my eyes open this week long enough to make a complete sentence.

      WS







      -----Original Message-----
      From: bhvwd <v.valleywestdental@...>
      To: existlist@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Fri, 24 Oct 2008 2:39 pm
      Subject: [existlist] Decompression 1976

























      It is as if I am living under barrage balloons. I am sure it is the

      same for you. It is better to be working and I have done a great deal

      of that. My job demand is always unpredictable but the recent

      economic and political situation has forced a big increase in

      demand . I do not know why but feel fortunate in that many of my

      colleagues are being forced to close.

      It is odd to see work as the thing I wish to do. It must be that the

      imperial conditioning has completely taken over. I have just heard

      that Mccain has launched a vicious attack on Bush. He trying any and

      all tactics but the tide surges on. I can hardly wait for the White

      House response. Irony is in abundance as right wingers slug it out

      over what? Quiet leaks from the right hint of panic ,real fear and

      violent acting out. I remember how terrible I felt when Lord Gore

      quit and Bush slid in. I knew it was to be a disaster. Bush was well

      on his way to being a one termer when 9/11 struck. It seem contrived

      then and to me it has always felt that way. Al Qaeda is for McCain,

      please do not ask me to explain the logic. I am already twisted like

      a pretzel.

      So I end up just very tired and sad. A younger college lost his

      staff, they would have stayed and worked for nothing but they could

      not stand his pacing and obvious pain. The lab owner called to say he

      has only two cases in the lab. Normally there would be thirty or

      forty.

      I think all of this is easier for an existentialist to fathom. We

      knew this was a dead end tunnel and waited for the smash up in the

      dark. Perhaps we can help dampen the panic. If I could just think of

      something positive to say. I had said I wished to die owing a

      million dollars but I am no longer so flip. For me I fear the

      situation will cause me to work myself to death as I will do all I

      can. Bill






















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