Going up on Crimes.
Concerned I should watch this. Couldn’t get through it. Appreciated, made the call, but dare say – got the gist. More diabolical screaming. Take it? What Do we Do? What/Exactly. Write, what you did above. Echoing children. How many thousand, how many mill. Getting whacked and suffering. Dare we think. Where the other . . .
Would I do Jay on Orthodoxy if it wasn’t for his analysis on crowds and power?
Silly question really, attempting to highlight a contrast. Highly regarded tracking matrix in cinema, able history often-hidden explain-er, wading into contemporary twist and turns. Near and about, the brightest take you’ll hear/see…
(lets blow cover, if haven’ . . .
Maggie, may you now understand, what I was on about?
Strangers in a coffee shop. Briefly spoke of the world. Most engaging and said would put up Paul.
Moment in history talk. Honed. Without filler. Filtered, no fake. Our narrowing options, a closing in. Faithfully delivering, generally daily often numerous, articles on the Paul Craig . . .
April off/ and all (four of five min.) posts, here at TS.
Today was to write about a copper called Mike and video statement from some months back, posted Friday on Aangirfan. Talk of watching the detectives on T.V. Ritualistic roles in these drama's and potential purposes. Representation, manipulation, imprinting – and even what this . . .
Nothing to write about, on a no one reading, post. This morning, stare at words on the screen, see if I can find a clip to watch – and gawp. No groaning good. For (me), attitude determines altitude. And getting queasy hearing most of the tones: Hidden-hurt, frustration, fear – all understandable, then there’s smug-ed up, self satisfied. . . .
Chris and Michael, Mr Left and Right, feel the need to tread on truth’s toes, in a cocky brush-past and dismissal of the avalanche of evidence, d'flags are false. Both sound emboldened and wanna give a smack. C. Hedges and accepting a President doubting the 9/11 (myth) among his list of woes.
M. Savage interviewed last week by Alex . . .