I have just barely browsed the forums, and I feel a mutiny coming about...
A mutiny? I know at least one stage could have passed and/or is still presently in the process of beginning.
But, then again.... it could be something else I see and not that.
Whitney, (Please excuse this if I've interpreted your reference to mutiny in a way it wasn't intended. I think I may know exactly what you mean. That's a word ("mutiny") that has come to mind for me many times in recent months (and especially recent weeks). I'm going to turn what would have been a long post here into a Hub. (I don't really know what to be writing for a Hub these days anyway. )
Oops. Maybe it was supposed to be. Oh well... You could always trying turning into being about you now, and see if it takes off.
It's mutiny, dat's what it is, folks--mutiny! Dey knock ya down. Step on ya. Walk on ya. Step on ya. Walk on ya. Step on ya, walk on ya....aaaand kick ya.
I tell ya, I'm gonna get away from people. Even if I have ta go ta da moon!
(Name that cartoon)
Let them eat cake! Do you think that a revolution sounds more exciting than a mutiny?
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