I usually don’t write about world events, but . . .

. . . the events of the last 24 hours have been some of the most dramatic I have ever experienced so I felt I had to comment.

For ten years this country has been in the midst of a great drama that began with a tragic inciting incident in 2001 and yesterday, had a explosive climax far away in a Pakistani city called Abbottabad.

And now, the audience of the world can experience the joyous release of the denouement as the curtain finally falls.

A standing ovation to the heroes in Abbottabad, the heroes in Washington, and most importantly, to the heroes who watched this drama unfold from above.

  • Alex says:

    I couldn’t agree more, Ken.

  • rob says:

    i love your blog Ken,
    but this is nowhere near a falling curtain.
    a standing ovation for more murder?
    i’ll stand up and cheer when america
    ends the unending wars…
    if this is a step towards that, then maybe
    the curtain IS rising on a better world.
    rob . nyc.

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