Waking early Sunday morning, I turn to face up to the ceiling and then glance around the room to wonder, what do I want to do this morning? … and to picture the screen of the Kindle Fire HDX in hand. I want to definitely finish reading, Go Set a Watchman, the manuscript Harper Lee first submitted to a publisher before editors mangled out the classic, To Kill a Mockingbird. I'm interested to read how Miss Lee came across fresh before being cooked by the professionals. Yesterday, I remember crushing to silence another banana in the comments section of a post in Goodreads …, ha! "to jolt daffiness to giggles," that– a good line.
My MacBook Pro …, a big fan of Apple, I am. Let's fire her up …!
OSXDaily features an audio engineer's workstation. What this audio engineer guy does or did recently? A documentary called, Toucan Nation.
The story is set in Costa Rica. Youngsters cut off one of the two beaks of a bird; people attempting to bring awareness to animal cruelty. God almighty …! They show children with the President of Costa Rica, petitioning the President to pass laws to punish …, I suppose to punish those kids if they're ever found …, groups of people attempting to find ways to bring awareness to the root causes of violence. A prosthetic beak is made and attached to the bird …
Were I or anyone to make a habit of torturing animals, then best be told there are a couple of loose screws in the canoe.
The root cause of violence? A more sober, rational perspective of the Creator in the minds of the masses would be the ticket. Laws? Another clanky, clacky provision for conduct under penalty of law?