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Paul Ryan’s Fever Dream

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Bagpipes

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Bond. James Bond.

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Busy Week In Brexit

As I write this Britain’s exit from the European Union is a mere 20 days away. The plan with the most current support (among Members of Parliament) seems to be Remaining in the Customs Union which papers over all those pesky Irish problems but is highly unsatisfactory to Hard Brexiteers who argue that without the …

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Starbucks? Democrat?!

Last time I looked Starbucks former CEO Howard Schultz was threatening a massive radical centrist attack. Independent, even Bernie signed the oath. The Geography of Partisan Prejudice Amanda Ripley, Rekha Tenjarla. and Angela Y. He, The Atlantic Mar 4, 2019 Americans now routinely guess one another’s partisan leanings based on what they eat, drive, and …

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Carmageddon!

Ok, you’re not particularly familiar with this 1997 video game and there’s no reason you should be because it’s disgustingly violent with most points being awarded on the quantity and artistic impression of the pedestrians you mow down. C’mon, fun photons. In meatspace- A new study finds a potential risk with self-driving cars: failure to …

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The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

Actually a pretty good flick, “Written by Charlie Kaufman and directed by Michel Gondry. It follows an estranged couple who have erased each other from their memories, then re-met and started dating again.” Starring Jim Carrey, Kate Winslet, Kirsten Dunst, Mark Ruffalo, Elijah Wood, and Tom Wilkinson! My secret.? I’m always angry. An otherwise blameless …

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Gravity

In Physics it’s the force exerted by Mass over a distance and so powerful that it can in certain instances stop Light itself. It also has a more common meaning, something that is weighty and ponderous and important. Wellspings of Vapid Versailles Villager consensus, Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen of Axios (formerly of Tiger Beat …

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Bee Role

In film and television production, B-roll, B roll, B-reel or B reel is supplemental or alternative footage intercut with the main shot. Sam Bee: Fashion Consultant No Debate? Good! My accent isn’t a party trick American Standard here. I sound like a newscaster from Ohio except when I’m exposed long enough to my liguistic roots. …

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Missing The Point

You know, I sort of resent being lumped by Millennials into this category of “Boomers” because I’m way, way older than that. Held Orville’s coat at Kitty Hawk I did. I would sort this slight in the bucket of all Blacks and Asians and Lesbians (and especially Black Asian Lesbians) look alike and must therefore …

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There Is No End To The Win.

Well, if you consider keeping the margin under a Veto Proof Majority a win. White House works to limit GOP defections, criticism ahead of vote to nullify Trump’s emergency declaration By Erica Werner, Jacqueline Alemany, and John Wagner, Washington Post March 4, 2019 The White House told Senate Republicans on Monday to “keep their powder …

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Why You Should Never, Ever Vote For Andrew Cuomo. Ever.

Did I mention ever? Look, I vote Working Family Party every time I can, strategically. Connecticut can’t hardly get more Blue (Statewide, there are local pockets and we are heavily gerrymandered and white, white, white) and while Greens are not particularly strong or organized WFP is and my consistent advice to Democratic candidates is to …

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