America's Top Fortune Cookie Writer Is Quitting Because of Writer's Block
"'Trump hates Sessions. Scaramucci hates Priebus. Who will survive the administration that’s become the biggest reality show on television?' reads the cover line."
I’ve been saying for a long time we should run elections this way: Vote a candidate off the island every week until only one remains. Imagine now much fun last year’s Republican primary would have been.
We could sell advertising, and nobody would need any money to run for anything.
And who knows, maybe it would be good to have a President who was willing to eat bugs.
The night John McCain killed the GOP's health-care fight - The Washington Post
The bold move by the nation's most famous senator stunned his colleagues…
"I've stated time and time again that one of the major failures of Obamacare was that it was rammed through Congress by Democrats on a strict party-line basis without a single Republican vote," he said in a statement explaining his vote. "We should not make the mistakes of the past."
as his wing man? That John McCain. He's a hero again – at least in the Washington Post.
I am sufficiently persuaded now that Democratcare is better then whatever contraption the Republicans have been trying so hard to create, but I've never been a big fan of it because I don't think it goes far enough.
There may be plenty of things to disagree with Trump voters on but I wholly agree with their impulse to throw the rascals out of Washington, every one. Every one.
…that movie about Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook, the movie called “The Social Network.” I found it eerily dull.
It’a “Animal House” for nascent billionaires; it’s Harvard jargon, almost hot, almost but never quite sex, and lawsuits. And a lot of techie mumbo-jumbo (coding! coding!). I’m a little techie myself and already knew the broad outlines of the story and even then I could’t understand it, or much care.
Full disclosure: I don’t do Facebook, nor plan to.
“The Social Network” gets the standard-issue 7.7 stars on IMDB. I think their star machine is broke.
Move to Bolivia, you’ll be fine.
Laundry workers, too. People aren’t going to start walking around dirty, are they?
"Hillary Clinton is promising to explain 'What Happened' with her unexpected election loss."
Two words: Trump won.
They should both quit trying to re-play the election. Let’s talk about what we’re going to do to survive this.
" He called the latest leak 'so treasonous that 150 years ago people would have been hung.'"
"Since December, the two shopping-cart sized vacuums have filled about 69,000 bags — some 1.7 million pounds of dirt — from all of the E line and parts of the F and A lines."
"A Better Deal: Better Skills, Better Jobs, Better Wages," it is.
Of course, as everybody knows, a new slogan doesn't mean the product's going to change, the service is going to change, or the price is going to be any different (unless it goes up). But it might make us all feel a little better for a little while.