An art book by Ron Pollard
Just what I needed this morning. Greg. Thank you. I’ll enjoy the art after breakfast.
A beautiful essay, especially the first paragraph. Took my breath away. Thank you, Greg.
Happy birthday dear Sir. Your work is beautiful as well as challenging and relevant. Billserle.com
Happy birthday Greg!
Thank you, Greg. And happy birthday tomorrow.
Happy Birthday, Greg!
Joyeux anniversaire Greg!!
The path our present times are taking, makes it difficult to celebrate much of anything, save possibly jail time for criminals. And there are no shortage on this spinning stone. Have an amazing day!
With my brain nearly broken over the current events this is welcome change of pace piece today, thanks! Sla’inte!!
Happy Birthday! Thank you for the update of the beautiful art book that Ron Pollard has released and the reminder of your Father’s wisdom. Enjoy your last day at 51.
Happy birthday Greg and thanks for the morning art. 🎂 🎈 🍺
Happy Birthday, and many more.
Have a wonderful birthday.
Happy Birthday! After dad passed I had an empty feeling, still do. Yet every dream with Pop (as I called him) is a pleasant one, helping me to awake refreshed and hopeful. There are times when I believe the insoluble gets solved from the beyond, good souls looking after us. As we face the battle of good versus evil, I fervently hope that those who walked before us inspire enough people to eradicate evil by voting for good, at least stymie it until the inevitable next time so that good prevails such that those who come after us can enjoy the tremendous opportunities afforded by Democracy.
May your day be joyous and unencumbered by the woes of life.
Happy Birthday, Young'un!
Thank goodness, Greg, for your early existential despair which fostered such honest, graceful writing that has helped me to cope through these years of manufactured divisiveness and division. Cheers to you at 52!
"...solved with a few stroked of the artist's brush." Or the artist's pen.
I would expect if the Orange Menace got back into power, and he's not assassinated forthwith, essays like these and many others I read will have to go to the dark web. Editorial cartoonists will be living in boxes on the streets. Is that hyperbole? The scariest part is I don't know. How far would a second administration go? I'm not under the illusion that there'd be much to stop him. He's had four years to figure out how to get around things that may be in his way, either legally or illegally, and that, after all, was his biggest complaint in his first administration; people telling him he couldn't DO stuff.
But, like Scarlett O'Hara, we'll think about that tomorrow, while still working to prevent it today. So, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, GREG!! I still say your 52nd year should be spent compiling your best essays of the previous administration into book form. No matter how many subscribers you have here, and those that may read from shares, it's still not enough. EVERYONE should be exposed to your work. You have been writing the "first draft of history" here, and it deserves to be seen by as many people as possible.