Politics And Culture

Marion on October 16, 2016

The man who went through two debates sniffling, moving around the stage erratically, drinking a lot of water, spewing incoherent nonsense, and generally losing his shit, now claims his opponent — steady as a rock even when provoked, rationale, articulate, able to focus and respond to the actual questions being asked etc. — was the […]

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Marion on October 12, 2016

A successful friend recently gave me some advice. He said, “Anything worth doing is worth doing badly.” It took me a while to get it. What he’s saying is we aren’t going to succeed the first time we try something, or the second, or the third, or even the fiftieth. There’s a learning curve for […]

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At a rally this evening in New York’s Times Square, Republican presidential nominee Donald J. Trump shot and killed Elmo impersonator, David Sayville, in front of a crowd of several thousand people.

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Marion on July 24, 2016

So I’m reading  The New York Times — because that’s the kind of elitist New York Jewy-Jew “cosmopolitan” that I am.There’s an article about Arizona ranchers whose land is regularly used as a border crossing by both immigrants and drug cartels. By “drugs” they mean marijuana by the way. The ranchers think the wall idea […]

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Marion on July 14, 2016

belchschmerz (noun) /belCH SHmerts/ — A particularly  annoying symptom of gastric reflux, wherein one continually emits gas from the stomach through the mouth, while experiencing a sense of unwellness and slight but persistent feelings of nausea (which may or may not be existential in origin). Belchschmerz can be brought on by food or as a result of […]

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