Sunday, September 09, 2007

A Good Idea

At first I thought it was a silly idea. Seconds later I thought it was a good idea. While sitting around with some of the Council members of the Wilderness Society near Winthrop, Washington the other evening someone said they were afraid that history would treat bush better than he should be treated. I have always worried about that too since so much of the media is in the hands of corporate supporters of the bush gang.

We suddenly flashed on the idea of citizens time capsules being planted all around the country with information that can be dug up hundreds of years from now that will tell the truth of bush, cheney, powell, rice, wolfowitz and rumsfeld's disastrous leadership. We should all write testimonials and plant them in effective time capsules in new buildings, farmland, abandoned mines, basements...and everywhere else we can think of. The goal is for people in the future to learn from our mistakes and how we let these incompetent self serving war mongering idiots take power.

I am personally going to buy one of these time capsules and bury it around Christmas time. If anyone wants to put in their observations about the bush regime I will be glad to add them. Read this for how it should be done.

I will be glad to add my thoughts to any other time capsules. Wouldn't it be great to see these all over the country? I am serious about this and would love to see it become a national undertaking by peace loving progressive people.

4 comments:

Rodney said...

An outstanding idea, I think we'll do that too.

Question Jim, what make/model camera do you use for the shots in your blog?

Jim Baca said...

I use a Nikon D-70 with a really good Nikon 18-70mm lens. I also have a 70-300mm nikon lens for those long shots.

Rodney said...

Thanks. They're great photos, especially those scenes from the Chaco area.

Noelle said...

What if it snows again... how are we going to bury it?