"Things You Wouldn't Know If We Didn't Blog Intermittently."
What a puffed-up egomaniac. And Trump isn't much better.
Hmmm... crook, tramp, slimeball and opportunist. Randomly apply.
more feet washing uphttps://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2016/02/11/severed-feet-still-inside-shoes-keep-mysteriously-washing-up-on-pacific-northwest-shores/they have a mundane explanation for them.Also, you might be interested in this:https://soundcloud.com/92y/james-shapiro-shakespeareHe wrote Contested Will about the Shakespeare question - I haven't gotten to the question and answer session. Apparently there are some Oxfordians in the audience.
Perhaps some reader can leave a comment on this post as to why this is important or relevant to real life.
Because two of these bastards are running for President of "the most powerful country in the world," two of these bastards claim they will save us all (one already claimed and failed), two of them claim they're diametrically opposed to each other, and all of them couldn't give two flying bucks about anyone who has less money, status or affluence.But mostly the first.
I still think she's paying him
I'll say the same thing I said to my rabidly conservative sister-in-law and niece who post snarky anti-Democrate Facebook posts: If you hold opposing views and debate actual issues you need to treat your opponent with respect. Besides, how can we get anything done in Washington if we don't mingle with people of opposing views. Back in old days when I was a kid and the Republicans weren't crazy, legislators would not go home for a long weekend, but would stay and socialize with the other side. They actually got things done! I'm concerned that polite discourse with "the other side" is considered tantamount to criminal behavior.