I use a Pink Floyd song as a theme for my group's efforts to stop certain librarians from tirelessly working to sexualize American children in public libraries by laying the groundwork for others to do the dirty work. I see the following quote as relevant to my efforts:
You say the hill's too steep to climb. Climb it. You say you'd like to see me try. Climb it. You pick the place and I'll choose the time, and I'll climb that hill in my own way. Just wait a while for the right day. And as I rise above the treeline and the clouds I look down, hearing the sound of the things you said today.
Pink Floyd/Meddle/Fearless [10M mpeg]
Indeed, the nation's de facto
chief librarian says the hill is too steep to climb -- her propaganda and near total control wins out over local control
. And one day I'll stop her and her organization (the so-called American Library Association) from further sexualizing children. So, despite this news about Roger Waters, I'm sticking with these words on my group's web site.
"Fearless" is a fantastic song. My classic rock band covers it and we get people coming up to us after the show asking what the name of it is and who it's by because it's so rarely played on the radio.
posted on 09/18/2006 6:23:12 PM PDT
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