We Pretend Not To Notice

By | June 14, 2024 | 0 Comments

Adjacent headlines:
• As Inflation Rises, Prepare For Crime
• NATO says over 300,000 troops now on high readiness

High food and fuel prices hit the poor and minorities hardest, but we pretend not to notice. Prices rise so fast that markets have trouble revising the signs, but we pretend not to notice. Toilet paper shrinks until it resembles calculator tape, and waffles and English muffins shrink until they disappear in the toaster, but we pretend not to notice.

Putin talks about nuclear war, but we pretend not to notice. Xi talks about “reclaiming” Taiwan, but we pretend not to notice. The FBI paws through the former first lady’s underwear drawer, but we pretend not to notice. Biden wanders off and has to be returned by the prime minister of Italy, but we pretend not to notice.

In personal life, pretending not to notice can seriously damage relationships. But in political life, it can cause catastrophe.

As we drive along at 70 mph, the Check Engine light is on, but we pretend not to notice.

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