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The answer to the pessimists and the lamenters is surely that in spite of the odds, which were there from the beginning, we have survived for a hundred years as a separate political entity, that our national life-political, cultural, economic-is more vigorous than it has ever been and that the desire to retain our identity is growing not abating.
And as one last palliative measure for Lamont lamenters, the Midterm Roundup might direct you to the man who has probably single-handedly preserved more lives of potentially suicidal liberals than anyone else over these past 6 years: Jon Stewart.
They were no Greek chorus of lamenters, women left behind by husbands, brothers, sons in faraway lands.
They promised themselves that "if they ever got back to good old U.S. A. rations again" they would kick no more and their loud lamentations were music to the ears of the aforesaid mess sergeants and cooks, all of whom had suffered long and grievously at the hands of the lamenters.
He belonged unmistakably to that forlorn orchestra to whose piping no one dances; he was one of the world's lamenters who induce no responsive weeping.
Vancouver International Film Festival runs over two weeks and the program reads like a rejoinder to cine-lamenters anywhere.
Think of it: Recurring revenue, no copying worries, customer loyality even big brand names could only dream of today (aka fanboys that will defend any shit you cram down their throat) and even the "this sucks" lamenters will pay.