A Unilateral Relationship

The talk about how “we need to find a way to get along peacefully with Russia” reminds me of a female friend who fell in love with a gay man and hounded him for 4 years trying to persuade him to become her boyfriend. (True story).

The gay man explained in every possible way that he wasn’t seeking a relationship with a woman because he was gay. Which is why, the man said, he was trying to meet guys and most certainly not trying to meet women. His explanations fell on deaf ears because she wanted a relationship with him.

Want to guess how the story ended?

She had to give up. Because he didn’t want a relationship. You can’t unilaterally get along. If the other party doesn’t want a relationship with you, there won’t be a relationship.

Better Entertainment

At the airport I saw a TV and discovered that some extraordinarily strange people are still watching those “January 6 hearings.” Or TV programs about the “hearings.” Or TV programs about the TV programs about the “hearings.” What are they, bored or something? It’s summertime. Surely, one can find better entertainment.