Christopher Marlowe: Incompetent? Well, Trump IS an incompetent politician, but not an incompetent person (I think of him as free-wheeling.) He may very well, yet, figure out the pathology and methodology of the politician, but I almost hope he doesn't. A politician is a smarmy, scuzzy, unctuous, disingenuous person who is willing to purposefully mislead others for his own personal gain (someone like Chuck Schumer comes to mind.) Obama is more an ideologue than a politician but he had plenty of welcomed political help in promoting his toxic agendas. Anyone reading the list of 150 Trump accomplishments (I provided a day or two ago) can be optimistic that the economy will improve to the extent that there will be a positive job environment, unlike what Obama left in his wake.
I've watched three seasons of the History Channel's series of "The Vikings" and think it's fabulous. Travis Fimmel (anyone remember how and where he intersects the Buffy world?) is magnetic as Ragnar Lothbroke (sp?) I've also been enjoying Jeffrey Dean Morgan as "Negan" in the DVD's of Season Seven of "The Walking Dead."
Wolfguard: Our impasse does not give me any pleasure so I would like it to end. If you are willing. I DO have one condition, however. Let me know if you even want to hear it. I can understand if you are no longer interested. spoiler: Just put your e-mail addy in your next post and I'll propose it to you.
Unfinished discussion (might be useful information.) In the UK, Dementia has finally passed Heart Disease as the largest cause of premature deaths. How do dementia and heart disease compete for this "honor"? Well, it's confusing, but consider what the brain is mostly composed of: cholesterol.
Good News: There ARE still some Radio Shack stores open.
Christmas Is Coming Too early?
Christopher Marlowe: No, the incompetent one is the one who loses; that's how THAT works. Suggest you don't use illogic like that on job interviews.
lostinamerica: Say again.
Okay, the true story of my mom's pumpkin pies. She had an old recipe book and every year she made them exactly by that book. They were incredibly spicy and tasty and fragrant and no one could resist having more than one piece. The only problem was that afterwards that day, after eating the pie, several of us would wake up around 2:00 in the morning and sit on the edge of our beds and hold our chest and gasp for breaths, trying to take deep breaths but seemingly unable to. A scary thing. This is what it's like to experience heartburn, in case you've never been so afflicted. BUT, see, the thing was, that she made those pies every year around Thanksgiving and the promise of heartburn never stopped any of us from putting ourselves through the suffering thing. For 20+ years. That's just how good they were. Explanation: Several other bakers thought her recipe called for too much clove spice.
Christopher Marlowe: As proof of how controlled and biased the media is, I offer 150 Trump Accomplishments in 300 days. You'll never see any of this info reported (unless it's given a vicious negative slant.) They're too busy trying to make Trump look dangerously incompetent and trying to set him up for impeachment. As you search for a new job, though, it might be helpful to realize that the economy is quickly improving. P.S. Megan Follows IS the definitive Anne; accept no substitutes.
lostinamerica: Are you interested that in the UK, dementia has now passed heart disease as the largest cause of death? Dementia in the UK. Isn't it fascinating, also, that these two conditions seem to compete for preventative strategies?
Can GAMISS clothing really be that inexpensive?