When I see a pussy, I can’t help myself. I just reach out and pet it.
This feline, not overwhelmed by my apparent power and (lack of) celebrity, has no problem displaying his displeasure with those advances, however…
We need to lobby the “Hollywood Elite” to rehire James Woods, so that he can be remembered for things like his portrayal of Father McFeely, rather than his Twitter page.
Now that the third presidential debate is behind us and voting day is still a couple of weeks ahead of us, it’s time to discuss an issue of almost greater importance. Namely, who’s going to die this Sunday?
I’m a diehard fan of iOS, and rather fond of Mac OS X as well. That doesn’t stop me from investigating the alternatives on occasion. Thanks to Oracle’s VirtualBox, it’s a cinch to keep up to date with the basics for new Desktop OS’s, whether it’s a new version of Windows or an updated Linux distribution. Mobile OS’s, though, are a much bigger challenge to evaluate.
It’s hard to miss. In nearly any discussion about politics, there is sure to be at least one person in the group that proclaims “Taxation is theft”, followed by “Abolish all taxes”, and when questioned about it, proclaim “The U.S. government only started collecting taxes in 1914, it did just fine without them before, it can do it now”.
The new-Trump-right has been ecstatic this past week. Not only have they gotten to dig into Hillary Clintons tax returns, they now get to dig into the internal ruminations of George Soros’ reviled Open Society Foundations.
Coming out of their respective conventions, Hillary Clinton campaign had a decisive lead over what Donald Trump’s team had amassed. Partially, because her fundraising machine has been working for years, and also because during the primaries, Trump opted to self-fund his campaign rather than raise outside funds, and even then he didn’t have to dig too deep thanks to the huge amount of “earned media” that was bestowed upon him.