To the Brighter Side of Life
This is another of my disclaimers. I intended to write an essay about the filibuster. However, this is about my twin brother, President Biden. We are twins and are 79 years old. He was the older twin being born on November 20, 1942. I finally arrived two months later, on January 20, 1943.
I have heard various reasons for our prolonged deliveries. Some theologians speculate that predestination was responsible. However, others claim that our mother couldn’t carry the two of us for another couple of months. Therefore, Joe was born early, and I was born late. Seventy-eight years later, Joe became president on my birthday.
However, I decided to explain to my older brother about my dreamland journey. If Joe ever develops plantar fasciitis and tarsal tunnel syndrome, I would highly recommend seeing Dr. El-Samad. In the meantime, Joe needs to see what I see in my Weltanschauung.
Looking back on my operation, I can’t determine whether my dreamland experience was during the 45-minute procedure or while I was in recovery. However, it took a long time for the anesthesia to wear off, as in a couple of hours. This is the first thing that I recall of my dreamland journey.
I don’t want to bother my brother right now, but someone in the White House needs to discuss with him my article during the briefing today. Problems are swirling around Joe right now, but that’s just life. My message to Joe is to keep moving ahead.
Finally, when one of his advisors mentions my dreamland journey, that person needs to tell Joe that things are brightening up. The Supreme Court ruled 8-1 not to block the treasure trove of documents held in the National Archives related to the material before, during, and after the January 6th insurrection. Donald the Dumb is doomed.________________________________________________________________________________________ Monty Python's Life of Brian musically addresses much of this essay in the song, “Always Look on the Bright Side of Life.”