I grew up in Boston. So I am very familiar with Copley Square. In fact, at one time I was fortunate enough to live within two blocks of this famous location. Over the years I have seen many gatherings at Copley Square, but never anything like this. This is a crowd protesting a growing a growing dictatorship. A mass in fear of ever-increasing restrictions from a sadistic and senile septegerian. This Cradle of Liberty assembly is just one of many demonstrations across America expressing fury and outrage at our moronic new president and his hateful, ill-conceived executive order banning the admission of foreign persons, partly because he is a paranoiac coward, but mostly because he is anti-Muslim bigot. Will we continue to bear the shame and danger of having this bizarre autocrat leading our nation into ruin? Or demand his removal and return to being a safe, sane and peaceful nation with no need for such protests?
I am a retired copywriter. For 40 years I wrote for major agencies and developed some campaigns you would know. Like most writers, I love to give my opinion, and since I am so familiar with advertising this is the area I chose to comment on.
Actually I'm not that cranky. I am as fond
of as many things as I detest. But since most people only hear what one doesn't like, I might as well go with cranky.For my other blog idleideasfactory I am putting out there things I have written and ideas for books, screenplays, stage plays, and even products that I will not have time in life to follow through on. If
anyone can profit from them, be my guest.