Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Waiting For Godot - or Scooter Libby










The Libby trial is now in deliberations, which have resumed after a juror was thrown off the case due to having seen some media items concerning the trial. Will the wait and the resultant verdict, be devoid of meaning, as in "Godot", i.e., symbolic perhaps of our existential condition?

God, I hope not!

6 Comments:

Blogger willowtree said...

He went down-

was he the scapegoat or the first of many?

1:17 PM  
Blogger GC (God's Child) said...

the verdict the verdict!

2:33 PM  
Blogger Frank said...

Willowtree, I think he's both! He's just a little capo, but that's who you squeeze when your going for the Boss of All Bosses. Y'know waht I'm sayin' ovah heah? (New York Talk).

Oh yeah, GC, it is in!

By the way, I've been wanting to ask you; is it true that the Boogie Down Bronx makes it, Brooklyn takes it, and Queens fakes it? At least that's what I've heard.

8:03 PM  
Blogger willowtree said...

Hey Frank! Watch your fingers there! Im a Queens girl born and raised, if by "faking it" you mean safer than the other two then sure, if you mean cleaner than the other two then sure, if you mean les populated than the other two then sure...hmm, I guess that is what you mean. Not very NY at all is it?
You were right!!!
hehe

9:54 AM  
Blogger Frank said...

Uh oh!
I guess that is an old-school hip-hop and rap saying,referring to origins (Da Bronx), and a little condescending to the other two boroughs. You know how the rap game goes; always one up on the other, back and forth. I think KRS-1 is the one who said that.

Now don't be starting a borough war over there, or taking KRS-1 down if you see him on the street. You gotta battle him on the "mike" with your verbal skills. I say Staten Island should be the neutral ground for the throwdown!! Wu-Tang will provide security.

8:05 PM  
Blogger GC (God's Child) said...

yes, this is a very dangerous topic I won't even say anymore. But there's a reason Lord Tariq and Peter Gunz say "But if it wasn't for the Bronx. . ."

BTW, did you know Madame CJ Walker is buried in the Bronx? A little post black history month trivia for the Queens born and raised.

Oh, yes, and sometimes that New York accent is sooo hard to resist. I'm sure I get odd looks sometimes with my "Whaddayagonnado"

9:47 AM  

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