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Gang Stalking – Lego Movie – about what freedom is and isn’t.

Today is Orange Day. Orange everywhere – orange umbrellas, orange t-shirts, orange pants, orange jackets, orange handbags, orange bikes, orange shoes, orange towels, oranges hats. Orange, orange, orange.

I really don’t get the orange thing. I have nothing in orange. I don’t particularly like the color, but it seems it must mean something to me. What? I don’t know.

Oh, I suddenly remember. I was looking at oranges in the fruit section.

Can you believe it? I can’t even look at an orange for them to mock me with the color?

What a bunch of idiots. They’re told to wear orange and they wear orange.

Unbelievable. American people can be such zombies.

It’s weird. I saw the “Lego Movie”. It was playing for free at the library, so I figured, why not? I’m not into Lego, but…I read reviews saying the movie  is very good, but still, a movie with Lego?

But it turned out to be a very good movie. I had to force myself to forget about the Lego.

The movie is about becoming zombie-like. The people who live in Lego land are all zombies. When they’re told to sit, they sit. When they’re told to stand, they stand. Whatever their boss tells them to do, they do. Doesn’t that sound like the zombies we have to deal with every minute of our lives? And, or course, there are the misfits who everybody thinks are losers. They do their jobs, mind their own business and don’t bother anyone. Live and let live is their philosophy. But this doesn’t sit well with those with whom they work.  The misfits are made fun of, and talked about behind their backs.

Well, I’ve told you more than I wanted to, but see the movie. I recommend it. It’s really about freedom. And what freedom is not.

I’m recommending a Lego movie; I can’t believe it. But see it.

The zombies clapped at the end of the movie, but I’m sure not one of them saw himself as the zombie he is.

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Gang Stalking – Happy St. Paddy’s Day, everyone.

Four leaf clover

Four leaf clover (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

St Patrick’s Day Parade, NYC, 2012

St Patrick’s Day Parade, NYC, 2012 (Photo credit: specialoperations)

English: this color is orange

English: this color is orange (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

English: Wikipedia Saint Patrick's Day

English: Wikipedia Saint Patrick’s Day (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

It’s  St. Patrick’s Day already.  How time flies when we’re having fun, fun, fun.

But I remember St. Patrick’s Day being a fun day.  I used to attend Catholic school and we always had the day off.  We would make a point of  ticking off the public school kids because they had to go to school.  The public school kids had a lot more days off then we did, and they would shove it in our faces when we had to go to school on their holidays.  It was all in fun, though.

I also remember at work, everyone wore green, no matter what race, religion, color, we all became Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. (The only color that got someone in trouble on St. Patrick’s Day was wearing orange.  It has something to do with the British. If you’re ever in New York on St. Patrick’s Day, don’t wear orange. It’s not a good thing.)

And I loved seeing  the green line painted down Fifth Avenue for the parade.  And the food was green, green bagels, green beer, green everything, and eating corned beef and cabbage (the best) was the food of the day.

The restaurants were “Standing Room Only.”  It was hard to find a restaurant to eat in. Every restaurant had people standing in line waiting to get in.

I have fond memories of St. Patrick’s Day in New York.    Since I left New York, I haven’t found too many cities that celebrate St. Patrick’s Day as they do in New York.

Memories of the past…

Anyway, happy St. Patrick’s Day to everyone.  Eat some corned beef and cabbage, and wear the “green.”  No orange, please.  And carry a four-leaf clover for luck.

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