funny verse

publicseminar.org -October 18, 2018

In the age of Trump, “truths,” “lies,” “real,” “fake,” “means,” “ends,” are merely words, the rhetorical stuff of a hypnotic spectacle sufficiently entertaining and profitable enough (including for the “fake news”) to keep a significant part of the US population in a state of cognitive, psychological, moral, and political incoherence, if not utterly abject confusion.

“I cannot tell a lie”
G. Washington (it’s said) asserted.
A simple, quaint objective
That Washington (DC) has deserted???

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The Economist -December 8-14, 2018

“The way people dress has changed,” says Serena Rees is a stalwart of the industry.… “People don’t want boobs up under their chin or things pressed or pushed in.”

Lingerie fashion change has set this test:
Can Victoria’s Secret stay abreast?

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AP NEWS – November 30, 2018

A security breach inside Marriott’s worldwide hotel empire has compromised the information of as many as 500 million guests, exposing in some cases credit card numbers, passport numbers and birthdates, the company said Friday.

That Marriott “checks you in” – no doubt.

But, are there OTHERS “checking you out?

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BBC News –  November 26. 2018

US President Donald Trump has cast doubt on a report by his own government warning of devastating effects from climate change.
Asked outside the White House about the findings that unchecked global warming would wreak havoc on the US economy, he said: “I don’t believe it.”

The numbers in CONGRESS are rearranging.

Trump will see that “the climate IS changing.”

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The Wall Street Journal – November 17–18, 2018

How to find time to exercise efficiently when you work a kajillion hours a week.

All the EASY  suggestions are  marred.

The truth of the matter: it’s HARD!

 

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