The fierce urgency of not

Now that the NYT is the same as Pacifica radio, what more is there to say? But it’s not just that; after all, the radio had professors from Amherst and Columbia Law, so add tip-top academia to the mix.

Which raises the further issue: will enough of the two most recent American generations return to reality and common sense to prevent the country from going belly up? They’re supposed to be adults now. No, it’s even worse, the portable internet renders adult parental control of their kids difficult, and worse than that, much of twitter doesn’t speak well of these adults and what their control means.

But hey, there’s good news too: at least there will be a nice fun war soon with fat boy (or is that fat man and little boy?). And more fun news: that SPLC guy is a scam artist. Who would’ve thought?

One Response to “The fierce urgency of not”

  1. feeblemind Says:

    re Which raises the further issue: will enough of the two most recent American generations return to reality and common sense to prevent the country from going belly up?

    That’s an interesting question.

    We view the world through the refracted lens of the media. Everything we see is distorted to some extent.

    So my question is, are they as useless and entitled as they appear or is that segment pretty small and the rest are getting on with their lives?

    As a hermit misanthrope, I am clueless as to the answer.

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