I’m sure someone will have posted these updates,to,Sun Tzu’s Art of War, but here goes, a la Milley:
EVERY human makes mistakes, but look at the good he did - so good that our enemies persecuted and harassed him to death. I am amazed he accomplished what he did with the things he had to deal with. He kept on, with not anger, but grace, and he had us in the best place as a nation that we have Ever Been in. So if he was angry, put yourself in his shoes. Most would not have survived.
August/September are the months to enjoy “Chile en nogada” in Mexico. A poblano pepper stuffed with pork/beef meet, onion, garlic, tomato, bits of apple, pear and peach, among other ingredients. On the top, a walnut sauce called “nogada”. Some pomegranate, walnuts and parsley to finish and give the patriotic colors (September is the Independence month).
A delicacy created by augustinian nuns in Puebla to honor the visit of Agustín de Iturbide, Emperor of Mexico (1822-1823).
Should have seen the hullabaloo when they tried to teach my son about those "great Americans" Cesar Chavez and Malcolm X.
It ended with a counselor fired (she's a supermarket clerk now) and an apology from the Principal to my son.
Very calm, no hysterics.
And the looming threat of a lawsuit.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.