Retrumplican is clever, but plain Rumplican might sound better.
We all know about the Trojan Horse. A comparison with the Euro might be apt. But, from the perspective of today’s invaders, what they’re after in Greece is a triple treat.
There is something pathetic about the lawyer for the storied Sea Island Company worrying whether regulations aiming to promote marsh buffers and prevent chemical contamination are going to interfere with homeowners feeding their lawns with herbicides, pesticides and whatever they use to fertilize. It’s almost as if fertilizing the lawn were some sort of primitive ritual, a periodic application of poisons–to do what?
Funny that. Order up an ‘n’ and the law guy turns into a lawn guy. Who knew the law and the lawn were so closely related?
Of course they are related. Those fertilizers and other chemicals force the lawn to grow where grass has no place. It’s lawn forcement.
John Oliver is glad!!!
Power. The conservatives are after power.
Because the condition of nature is change, the desire to conserve is to call a halt, to impose stasis by force.