and helped by Creative Junk
To be honest Trump sounds like he may have medication problems as well.
Donald Trump's campaign announced Saturday evening that the candidate would soon deliver a nine-sentence critique of comments Hillary Clinton made months ago about many of the millennials supporting her primary rival, Bernie Sanders. It was an attempt to latch onto a new headline in hopes of finally escaping the controversies that had consumed his week.
It didn't work.
It took Trump nearly 25 minutes to read the brief statement because he kept going off on one angry tangent after another - ignoring his teleprompters and accusing Clinton of not being "loyal" to her husband, imitating her buckling at a memorial service last month, suggesting that she is "crazy" and saying she should be in prison. He urged his mostly white crowd of supporters to go to polling places in "certain areas" on Election Day to "watch" the voters there. He also repeatedly complained about having a "bum mic" at the first presidential debate and wondered if he should have done another season of The Apprentice."
I wasn’t talking about you!
But damn, I thought I'd finally found a hat that suited me...
smart arse middle classes.
Guilty as charged - but fair enough, your point is taken.
Saturday Night Live - Alec Baldwin nails Trump
confederacy of dunces?
Like millions of others, she believed that President Barack Obama was a Muslim. And like so many she had gotten to know online through social media, she also believed that he was likely gay, that Michelle Obama could be a man, and that the Obama children were possibly kidnapped from a family now searching for them.
“So beautiful,” Melanie said as Ivanka Trump walked onto the convention stage to introduce her father, and soon the soaring score of the movie Air Force One was blasting through the TV. Melanie sat up straighter. This is what she had been waiting for.
The 'genius' is out of the bottle...
The New York Times on Sunday published "a very, very good story for Donald Trump," Chris Christie said on Fox News Sunday. Rudy Giuliani called him an "absolute genius" on ABC's This Week. And Trump himself weighed in, saying he was singularly qualified to fix a system he may have exploited.
"I know our complex tax laws better than anyone who has ever run for president and am the only one who can fix them," Trump tweeted on Sunday, just five weeks ahead of the election.
an official designation as the “edgy and creative” zone.
What, no 'precincts'?
How come only Chchch gets 'precincts' forced upon it?
I had to find out about the What we do in the shadows TV spin off from The Independent!
Talk about taking the scenic route...
I wonder if Guillermo del Toro and Mike Mignola are involved - sounds a lot like the Hellboy and B.P.R.D. comic series.
mental as all get up...
Spooky what happens when ya shake the memory tree...
...this article on a Reg Mombassa (Chris O'Doherty) exhibition, opening next week in Auckland, popped up on Stuff today!