Good enough for me.
"The Great Lord Cthulhu demands your presence at tea!"
By Anthony Hicks
My brain automatically rapped it to the song. Still works.
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The ongoing fight. I have family who feel like the jobs created in the area and the money farmers get for their land is worth it. But they won’t listen when you try to explain that they will bring in workers from out of state (my cousin currently works on a rig in a different time zone from where he lives). They don’t want to hear about poisoning the water and soil, that even if you have more jobs your healthcare costs will go up because everyone will be sick, or that the land won’t be good for anything after. Nope. They just see the immediate payout. The same dollar signs that sunk the housing market and turned the economy on its head because bankers only saw the immediate buck.
Meanwhile, David Tennant:
I haven’t watched it yet, but this has been in my head for weeks.