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Maybe a repressed memory of an unbearably traumatic experience?
Though there’s lots of evidence that that doesn’t happen. No Holocaust survivors are on record as saying they don’t have a clue what people are talking about.
Well, Mr Sanders repeatedly (but in vain) kept insisting that he was in favor of “democratic socialism”, which is probably what you’d call Denmark’s political economy. Besides which, “socialism” is understood in a number of incompatible senses.
Undoubtedly. I was quite surprised by the vehemence of the denunciations coming from all sides of his “North Korean Style” motorcade to accept the adoration of the American people for Dear Leader.
I hope someone is taking up a collection for the two or is it three self-sacrificing Secret Service types who rode around with him buttoned up in a car.
There’s a popular new brilliant red called “Period”. I’m not kidding. And yes, it’s “Period” as in a lady’s period. Made to order for this situation, yes?
Anybody who has accidentally gotten gasoline on his private parts can testify that it is remarkably uncomfortable. I assume that the same thing goes for lady-parts.
Closing travel from China for Chinese nationals only, while letting thousands of other travelers into the country, was little more than political theater, which seems to be the best the president is capable of. I don’t actually remember Mrs Pelosi calling the Novel Corona Virus a “hoax”, whereas the president himself loudly and incessantly did so. Even while (says Woodward) privately admitting that it was a real and present danger. Unless, perhaps, when he said that to Woodward, he was lying. Not to be lightly disdained, since he lies about everything.
Pooh. He did it just to be a dog.
It’s highly addictive. But also has a very short shelf-life.
The rapid read covid tests generally used by politicians have something like a 30% false negative rate, which is . . . um . . . worrisome.
Sentences do indeed by definition mean more than the words that make them up. Larry forgot Mike and Mike forgot Larry have exactly the same words but mean quite different things, thanks to syntax.