Foxtrot Alpha’s Terrell Starr’s 5/24/17 article:
The President Of The Philippines Knows Where America’s Nuclear Subs Are Because Trump Blabbed About Them
E” sports are not sports, just so we’re clear. Offhand, I cannot think of a more useless, more pointless way to live, or try to make a living. The empty absurdity of the entire scene, en masse, is breathtaking. Anyone with any insight at all can only gape.
(Sing to the tune of Beverly Hillbillies)
IN RE: Gabrielle Bluestone Jezebel.com article on 8 JAN 16, Meryl Streep Devotes Golden Globes Speech.
From 12/29/16 Concourse; Corresponding with Trump Supporters
IN RE: Nick Martin’s article from The Concourse, 12 NOV 2016, Cannon Mills textile mills closing
Yeah, futurism really jumped off the garbage chute in the late 1960's-early 1970's. Not coincidentally, the Vietnam War was in our living rooms, along with other wars, every single night. Most of us knew someone, or someone’s family member, who was killed or wounded over there. The war was around 80% of T.V. news at…
America’s Youth Lost the Election
As to Michael Nunez’ Oct. 25th story on Russia’s new Satan 2 warhead.
Attn: Social Democrats
RE: Ellie Shechet’s June 24, 2016 article on Republicans’ & Brexit.
What struck me, aside from those involved being on a first name basis, was the not at all subtle bribery (Sun, Feb 9) taking place among the very rich. Even more striking is the nonchalant, almost chummy, tone used while offering it.
As to Sam Biddle’s Sunday, 12 June article-
Even though, “In an interview with Fox News, Select Committee on Benghazi leader Rep. Trey Gowdy admits that entire narrative—one that firmly blames then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for the death of four Americans—is false,” it just doesn’t matter.
As long as we’re all getting along so well, this is what my lifelong study, fancy-pants education, and two decades of teaching and professorin’ has made quite clear:
We should be more specific when referring to “PED’s.” Because much of the argument is wasted on semantics; that is, we argue about words themselves, rather than about what they mean.