Monday, November 12, 2007

Look Out for the Bogeyman!

Well, gee.

I seem to catch every bug that comes around! Actually, I was sickest Friday, Saturday and Sunday but I'm still a little bit on the wrong end of the sick continuum.

I'm not so sick that I don't feel like doing anything but too sick to do anything. After a short walk today, I ended up back in bed sleeping the afternoon away. As soon as CSI Miami is over, I'll be crawling in the sack again and will probably sleep through the night.

While this has been going on, I decided to read a mindless Nelson DeMille novel. No spiritual growth here, folks! It's been terrorists, government conspiracies and retired NYPD Detective John Corey saves the day.

Mindless. Mindless crap and propaganda but sometimes it's a relief to escape. It's so simple.

In the book called "WildFire" a bunch of rich white guys plot to nuke two US cities so they can justify a nuclear response to the Middle East. They plot and plan, choosing each city strategically based entirely on the impact to the economy. The goal is to set this up so that the US will have dominion over all the oil in the middle east.

It's worth noting of course that such a plan would never work since all the oil would be destroyed by the radiation. Am I the only one who remembers Chernobyl?

Oh well. It's fun. When my eyes get too tired, I listen to the conspiracy theories on Coast to Coast AM. Last night, they had a woman on who talked about a conspiracy to destroy the US economy so that they can introduce a new currency that will be used in Europe, Canada, Mexico and the US. This is supposed to occur in February. She assured us that it will be quite simple to learn the new currency. No need to worry.

Mark your calendars. :) The New World Order will be here.

Being sick can be rather enlightening. Gee, who knew there were so many plots going on? Amazing!

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15 comments:

heartinsanfrancisco said...

Which two cities?

thailandchani said...

Los Angeles (particularly Beverly Hills and Hollywood) and Las Vegas.

Vic Grace said...

Thanks for stopping by and commenting, it is nice when people take the time.

Nelson DeMille is classed in my book as chewing gum for the mind, not that I don't take some from time to time.

Hope you feel well soon, do come by again

Carla said...

I do hope that you're feeling better soon. It is that time of year, isn't it.

the psycho therapist said...

Soothing blue and green light is being sent to your lungs,a pink cloud of gentleness now surrounds your heart....

calmness, quietitude, deep rest, rejuvenation...

wellness and healing...

peace and music of the spheres.

(smiles)

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Emily said...

Hope you feel better soon!

Julie Pippert said...

Books like that---heck, movies and TV shows like that---require a huge suspension of disbelief. Someone just blogged...oh right! Momish...about watching Bridges of Madison County and getting hung on on the fact that the characters ignored dinner, which must have been burning in the oven. I do the same. Sometimes. Other times I can suspend.

Sorry you were sick but glad you are better.

Julie
Using My Words

Rimarama said...

Glad you're feeling a bit better, Chani. I've never heard of Coast to Coast AM. Will have to check it out because I love me a conspiracy theory!

slouching mom said...

Hope you're feeling better this morning.

painted maypole said...

at least you are keeping yourself entertained. ;)

hope you feel better soon!

jen said...

sometimes i think that's all our brains can handle when sick and safely cocooned at home.

feel better soon.

storyteller said...

Chani
Hope you feel better soon! Being sick is icky and no phun (though catching up on reading is something I need to do because I'm spending too much time at the computer lately).

Thanks for venturing out of your sick bed to check in at MY blogs and share your thoughts there.
Hugs and blessings,

QT said...

Feel better soon, Chani. And it sounds like you are doctoring yourself in just the right fashion!

Christine said...

sometimes a juicy plot and a detective novel is all it takes to help us relax.

crazymumma said...

Well, I am a bit late, but I hope you feel much better.