This sounds much better than buying Chinese babies.
So, Poor Donald may have his incendiary words forgiven. However, in the USA materialistic legal system, the theft of gifts from foreign governments and the purloining of letters is going to be a slam dunk. Did not Sandy Berger go to jail for stealing a document from the National Archives. ‘Twas not a petty theft. If he thinks there’s going to be a presidential library for the paper shredder, he’s got another think coming.
Learned a new word. Well, actually, I went looking for an explanation of what strikes me as peculiar behavior.
Mechanophilia I suppose that is what American car designers were appealing to, virtually disrgarding the utilitarian and functional reequirements.
The U.S. harbors a grossly frivolous culture and the community in which we live is just one example. One has to wonder if this frivolity is somehow a reaction to the culture of obedience and silliness is a less than serious example of disobedience. People are silly so they won’t be punished? Does that account for the clown in chief?
Church and chamber, the commerce twins. One claims to be directed by a deity; the other pledges fealty to a flag. Both unreal and deceptive, selling a sail to a promise land
That was the title of a movie about a youth. I was reminded of the title because I am definitely not a sympathetic person. Pathos is not my thing, though I recognize others have it and, if you’ll excuse the expression, wallow in it. Wallowing in pathos seems a primary cultural feature of the American South.
“Oh woe is me.” Somebody should compose an anthem.