Commentators win arguments by changing the start and end dates. The perfect teeth of assumptions chew up facts and wash them down with tasty and convincing irrelevance. We’re like dogs chasing invisible sticks in the tall grass.
Call me shameless and let Larry David be my enthusiasm and my muse..
E L Emerson Hypocrisy? Sounds dramatic, eh? Like I’m accusing someone of witchcraft in a 19th century courtroom. Saying one thing and doing the opposite – doesn’t sound so bad when you roll out the meaning. But when the speaker…
The seven to 12-word bold-script summations of headline writers will always, by design, cling to the nature of the job: Enticement, eyeballs and emotional reactions. They do what they know how to do, regardless of situation, facts or requirements.