…video games and movies do, which is the most “thoughtful and deliberate” decision Walmart can make…
Let’s *all* hide out from *our* jobs, tell people to come join you, and tell them to “come heavily armed” to “protect” yourselves in case your bosses and coworkers come looking for you…
*That* should turn out well…
Rex Tillerson, a man who is “dumb as a rock” and totally ill prepared and ill equipped to be Secretary of State, made up a story (he got fired) that I was out-prepared by Vladimir Putin at a meeting in Hamburg, Germany. I don’t think Putin would agree. Look how the U.S. is doing!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 23, 2019
If “the best” is “dumb as a rock” and “totally ill prepared and ill equipped”, I’d hate to see the…less…than…best…people…?
From our Commander In Chief about the recent increases in tariffs for Chinese products…
“Our country can take in $120 billion a year in tariffs, paid for mostly by China, by the way, not by us,” he said. “A lot of people try to steer it in a different direction. It’s really paid — ultimately, it’s paid for by — largely, by China.
Either he’s an incredibly incompetent businessman who has no idea how businesses (or tariffs, for that matter) work, or…???
Anybody who thinks *American* businesses who pay the increased tariffs *won’t* turn around and increase their prices to *consumers* is living in a dreamworld.
…and his partner the moose too!
Look at Frosty go…oh…
Yeah, the headline is provocative, but if more porn = more people…err…”keeping busy at home” instead of plotting to go on rampages…
…seems to me that the health risk is letting the Florida House make sensible decisions.
I hate that I know this word or that it even exists. Kakistocracy is a government where the worst person/people is/are in power.
According to the online etymology dictionary, it’s:
“government by the worst element of a society,” 1829, coined (by Thomas Love Peacock) on analogy of its opposite, aristocracy, from Greek kakistos “worst,” superlative of kakos “bad” (which perhaps is related to the general Indo-European word for “defecate;” see caco-) + -cracy. Perhaps the closest word in ancient Greek was kakonomia “a bad system of laws and government,” hence kakonomos “with bad laws, ill-governed.”