And then Trump got elected. And the news kept getting worse with announcements each day and week that the idiot in the White House was, with the stroke of his pen, dismantling decades of laws protecting the environment and our national parks.
So, yesterday I rediscovered my rebellious self-- to Haalie's delight. You can't see her behind the glass, but she's got spiked hair too. I went as far as actually going outside, something I haven't done since arriving here. I don't know who took that picture, but I think it went up on the Net before I got back in the door. I suspect it was taken by Micco Mann, the FBI guy out to get me and Nokosee-- or one of his minions since I never met the man. Anyway, I was shocked to see how pale I was. I use to have a great tan. At least I'm not giving the guy who shot that picture the finger. I must be mellowing out.
*This video outtake shows the caves beneath the Miccosukee Embassy and Lee Tiger, the son of Buffalo Tiger, the founder of the Miccosukee Tribe (Lee also happens to be half of the rock band "Tiger Tiger"-- his brother Stephen-- now passed-- is the other half).