I have been making Powerpoint presentations all day today. You see I am currently developing a curriculum for a class I shall be teaching for the next couple of years. I asked my boss why I need to do all this, Why can’t I just lecture? I’m a good-looking, engaging, funny, intelligent, hell of a guy with a killer smile and and I have a way with folk that makes me the best and most favorite instructor my students have ever met.
When he stopped laughing and got up off the floor he told me to get to work or go look for work. Sigh!
The nice part of this is that I am working from home so I didn’t bother getting dressed today. Yes, I am typing this while wearing a nightshirt and housepants. Oh, I am such a fashionista! 🙂
Anyways, I am Powerpointed out and don’t really feel like writing a long and engaging post on the human condition as seen in the early years of the 21st century.
With all that said I am going to recycle a post from last February. Have you ever noticed that at the top of page, above the picture of me shooting on the Rodriguez range at Camp Perry there is a little bit that says, “Random Post”? Well earlier today I clicked on it and it brought up a post I posted last February and while reading it I thought maybe it needed to be reposted. So submitted for your perusal is the encore presentation of the post entitled, “Tokyo Rose?”.
Anyone who remembers anything about World War II, or has studied anything
about World War II, will understand and remember
that during World War II, the Japanese developed a way to demoralize the
American forces. The Japanese psychological warfare experts developed a
message they felt would work.
They gave their psychological warfare script to their famous broadcaster
“Tokyo Rose” and every day she would broadcast this same message packaged
in different ways, hoping it would have a negative impact on American GI’s morale.
What was that demoralizing message?
It had three main points:
1. Your President is lying to you.
2. This war is illegal.
3. You cannot win the war
Does this sound familiar? Is it because Tokyo Hillary, Tokyo Harry, Tokyo Teddy,
Tokyo Nancy, Tokyo Durbin, Tokyo Kerry, etc. have all learned from the former
enemies of our country and have picked up the same message and are broadcasting
it on Tokyo CNN, Tokyo ABC, Tokyo CBS, Tokyo NBC, etc., to our troops?
The only difference is that they claim to support our troops before they
demoralize them. Come to think of it… Tokyo Rose told the American
Troops she was on their side, also.