Before Buzzy fills us in on the details of the bill, let’s prepare a hearty and incredibly easy Clam Chowder. Buzzy is quite fond of the soup as well. He often does laps in the chowder because he finds it quite challenging!
For 10 servings you will need 1 (10.75 ounce) can of condensed cream of celery soup, 1 (10.75 ounce) can condensed cream of potato soup, 1 (10.75 ounce) can New England clam chowder, 2 (6.5 ounce) cans minced clams, 4 cups half-and-half and 1 pint heavy whipping cream.
Simply mix cream of celery soup, cream of potato soup, clam chowder, 1 can of undrained clams, 1 can drained clams, half and half cream and whipping cream into a slow cooker.
Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours.
Once you have set up the clam chowder in the slow cooker, lease come over to my place. I will be ordering in pizza for lunch. Buzzy has a lot to tell us, so don’t be late.
I want to thank all of you for coming today. I did a “fly by” in New York City and landed in the room where the City Council was convening. The Council is introducing a bill that would forbid the police from describing suspects. There is no need to check your ears. You heard me correctly. The City Council no longer wants the police to describe a suspect in terms of race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, immigration or citizenship status or disability or occupation. The fear is that doing so would amount to profiling and clearly many of you humans have a problem with that.
I can only suppose that if a witness were to describe to police that a 6-foot tall black man entered a store with intent to commit a robbery, the police could not act on that information or tell other police what the suspect looks like lest the felon be insulted. Instead the police have to say that a store was robbed and good luck finding the perpetrator!
At this point in your nation’s evolution I must say that I am quite content being a fly on the wall. Believe it or not, my kind still have common sense. If we see a short white man wielding a large fly swatter, we put out an alert and we don’t mince words. We describe the suspect with complete candor and accuracy and we usually get our man!
I have heard of “buzz words”, “key words”, “ empty words” and “curse words”, but I have never heard of “forbidden words” until now. If this bill passes, there will job opportunities galore for blind people who want to join the police force. I suppose it is true that when one door closes, another one opens. The door to common sense is closed. Welcome in the age of insanity, better known as political correctness.
Come “fly” with me…Buzzy