psychology

The Wall Street Journal – August 17, 2018

A trendy garment promises a curvy figure: (‘my insides felt crushed.’

Tight fitting waistbands stand convicted.
(The pain of course is self-inflicted.

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The New York Times – July 30, 2018

Robotic hands could only do what vast teams of engineers programmed them to do. Now they can learn more complex tasks on their own.

Now, an algorithmic programs leads them.

Will smarter ones bite the hand that feeds them?

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The Wall Street Journal  – July 31, 2018

“Today, designers tend to refer to gingham’ graphic discretion; it’s a pattern that doesn’t scream. I’m a pattern.”

“Old-fashioned” takes a newer route.

Gingham is “in.” CHECK it out!

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TheAtlantic.com – January 21, 2018

When truth itself feels uncertain, how can a democracy be sustained?

Rants, “alt-facts,” conflicting views,
Distort perceptions, warp, confuse.

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rollcall.com – July 13, 2018

President Trump walked back his comments to The Sun newspaper in which he voiced opposition to UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s angling for a so-called “soft Brexit.”

TRUMP WALKS BACK CONTROVERSIAL COMMENTS ON RUSSIAN ELECTION INTERFERENCE

TRUMP WALKS BACK REMARKS ON MAY’S HANDLING OF BREXIT

TRUMP WALKS BACK THREAT TO BLOW-UP U.S.BRITISH TRADE TALKS

A cynical ploy on a familiar track;

Grab the HEADLINE (then walk it back.)

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