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Thursday, July 4, 2013

CNN: Darden: Simpson got his in the end

You never know what is going to happen. Even though we know to expect the unexpected there are usually some twists coming out of the blue. Those can happen early on, but that is not a given. They can easily occur as time progresses, causing the entire event to take a whole new turn.

Patience is of the essence here. We need to lean back, watch, and let it run its course. There is one thing we can take for granted; all's well that ends well. Everything will eventually fall into place and the case will be resolved to everyone's satisfaction.

Until the next time that is, when it starts all over again and we have to go through the same cycle in order to discover how creative minds bring it all to a close. The happening of the events is not a very long, drawn-out trial. It usually takes but 30 minutes for the mystery to unfold.

The creators of 'The Simpsons' sure hit a home-run with this show. Maybe we ought to call it a 'Homer-run'. No matter how much Homer messes up, he gets his in the end and by the time this TV show is over, everyone wins. I suppose we all know what Homer would say.




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