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This Kind of Stuff We Just Can't Excuse
I loosen my belt and remove my shoes So, dear, what's going on in the news They blocked the streets; tore down statues No surprise there; of what were they accused The protestors, nothing; but the statues held leftist views What? What are you saying, dear? Now I'm confused Honey, it seems that a staunch abolitionist was the first one abused Huh? An abolitionist? For what was his statue so cruelly used I don't know. He organized a militia to fight slavery; he was super-enthused -- Oh, yeah. Hans Christian Heg; maybe one of those religious yahoos Then that explains that!... Darling I'd really like to continue to schmooze -- But I promised the girls I'd help topple Arethusa of Syracuse... Notes: Hans Christian Heg's statue was, indeed decapitated today in Madison, Wisconsin. His 'crime:' He was an abolitionist who organized a group of Wisconsinites into a Union militia in order to fight against slavery in the Civil War... Go figure! Arethusa was a naiad nymph of the sacred Greek colony of Syracuse. Virgil felt that she inspired pastoral poetry. (Like the above... lol).
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