From more than a million dollars in donations to a relatively meager few thousand, Hollywood A-listers are putting money forward to support their favorite presidential hopefuls in the 2016 election. Reports, Anjelica Oswald, (Business Insider (?)) for The Independent.
No they're not, putting money forward. Three big . . .
Change-a-plan: A quick splash on this:
...this racist, misogynist hate-monger who supports torture, ridicules the disabled and wants to ban all Muslims from America.
Apart from unlike-Don no-crowds, I better do other, than write on what others think about T. Here for a few-ish mins and that'll do.
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...thinks and says? Ok, might?
I tend to face opposing positions by empathising. Motivational Interviewing calls it 'devil's advocate'. Arguing with… and – “but if...” Yet instinctively go further, genuinely getting all-in-on, helping the communicator find stronger arguments, or presentation.
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I decided to write a few lines on the top story, on the first National (?) Newspaper, I'd go to. Whatever it is. Turns out this; It was the most hotly-anticipated show of Paris Fashion Week... and the 'girls' didn't crack a smile and looked rather miserable as they flaunted the unseasonally colourful wares.. . .
Calm, lucid, the loudest of trumpet calls. And yet not-calm, in keeping down the outrage.
An ideal sounding, cast-iron, help crack the 'cynic' open. The problem is though, . . .
Do Americans Live In A False Reality Created By Orchestrated Events? — Paul Craig Roberts
Decided to write on this before reading it. Why? Because the headline is a question and Paul, a proper-writer. Plus needed ‘something’ so...
But why do I - bother? Reposted on Memory Hole what’s the purpose? A comment on . . .
I commented on the following but here's a less, (ok... a little...) garbeled version:
Like many, I've an un-'conventional narrative of human history'. I consider some words prophetic. Involving that which goes beyond communication in the normal sphere of things. Somehow unearthing something in the hearer and . . .