the sense of growing panic, the feeling that gibberish is being passed off as coherent conversation, the fear that the world is engaged in meaningless discourse masquerading as meaningful exchange— these are the blurry states individuals with ADD negotiate everyday [sic].” 

Dr. Ned Hallowell in Driven to Distraction: Recognizing and Coping with Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood through Adulthood.

Still not an environmentally-minded quote…due to everything esle going on the US that distracts from the all-important environmental issues of today. 

However, I promise in the coming days I will find an environmental quote, even if I have to go back to the days of Rachel Carson!  In fact, that’s what I’m going to do, because some of the anti-environmental gibberish of days gone by are being used today.  Imagine that!

Here’s today’s quote from a lawyer regarding Russian medling in America’s 2016 Presidential election, ones that caused the presiding judge to reprimand the attorney stating that he was “unprofessional”…but you make the call.

The Special Counsel’s argument is reminiscent of Otter’s famous line, ‘Flounder, you can’t spend your whole life worrying about your mistakes! You f(asterisk)(asterisk)ked up . . . you trusted us. Hey, make the best of it.

When the judge referred to his unprofessionalism, he responded with, “Your Honor, that’s your opinion“. 

You can read more about this lawyer’s attempt to represent a Russian company accused of interfering in the election:  


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