The Washington Post – December 2, 2016

He is president-elect of the United States. The job comes with the so-called bully pulpit, and what he says matters and will be the subject of debate no matter what the mainstream media does. Everything he says reverberates. It doesn’t matter if he says it on Twitter or at a news conference; either way it’s going to be consumed by tens of millions.

Eventually there will be hell to pay,
when one doesn’t really mean what they say.

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The Guardian – December 2, 2013

Addressing the Bundestag on the subject last week, Merkel said: “Today we have fake sites, bots, trolls – things that regenerate themselves, reinforcing opinions with certain algorithms, and we have to learn to deal with them.”

To thwart the stealthy “fake news” cheater,
You tune-up your inner “BULLSHIT METER.”

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The Wall Street Journal – November 30, 2016

You capture some amazing things when you take the camera out of your hands and put it on your face. You also Captire some annoyed people who’d like to punch you in the face.

There is fascination with new digital tricks.
But, do we really need MORE PICS?

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November 22, 2016

Stylish guys are seeking out the thick, shaggy wool of the Asian ox for softness, durability—and the way it lets them casually say, ‘No, actually, it’s yak.’

A Fashion trend you can understand fully,
If you think, “wildly expensive and woolly.”

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The Wall Street Journal – November 28, 2016

President-elect Trump’s ‘brand’ is synonymous with flashy buildings and luxurious flourishes—an aesthetic that seems unlikely to prevail in the White House.

Campaign blather would seem to reveal,
The “art” of choice is “the ART OF THE DEAL.”

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