It's Martin Luther King Day. He was born on yesterday's date in 1928.
I don't particularly like the memorial constructed in his honor in DC because its statue is too brooding and makes him looks vaguely Asiatic. Maybe that's because it was carved by a Chinese artist, you know, made in China.
Dr. King was a great man, an American hero. He uttered a statement that resonates today in light of the Trump scandal of how much The Donald's election to the presidency was propelled secretly or not so secretly by his comrades the Russians, which seems not to bother many of those who voted for him at all: "In the end, we will not remember the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends."
He won the Nobel Peace prize in 1964 and was assassinated in 1968. JJD&L, I'll be having lunch today at noon in the usual spot, please come join me, my treat.