and when is belief in conspiracy theories, in general, pathological?
So jonkey calling Hager a CT is a some kind of pathological lie?
Not that Im calling jonkey a pathological liar,(but he does like to shade words in his favour)
There's always scrounger
the wonderful John Key
Oh I'll just always remember the Donkey!
In terms of my suggestion, feeling connected to the Beehive, to the politicians as actual eating and shitting people just like us, and being empowered by that, influenced by the effort they could make to connect with us, debate us, listen to us, learn from us and adapt to us: The forgotten 43%.
Oh you mean the fiction we build around ourselves...Not the connection I was referring too. Just the limited amount of mass in the universe is continually being reused. To quote Joni Mitchell "We are Stardust" But knock yourself out... imagine away. How about reading some
You assume too much young sir
We felt connected.
But too what? I dont want too get too deep but everything is connected
Right I'm off for a pedicure
productions like ‘L&P Top Town’, or ‘It’s in the Bag’ united New Zealand in some strange intangible way.
OOOOO.. a political television show that unites a country. Now that'll be a first!
Hmm, I think my toenails need clipping, excuse me... wont be a mo'
there is a National party dismantling the country in broad daylight, unopposed.
But they look so leader-like while they are doing it.
Donkey has turned into a white steed, his mane is flowing in the blowback. He's pointing That-a-Way... no matter if its a deadend.
Time just goes on mercilessly.
It happened at the end of the civil war the "Reconstruction" as it is so nicely called. Gave rise to carpetbaggers, yes, people walking round with a carpetbag full of money.
The US of EH? got the fourteenth amendment to its constitution.
the delusion that we’re doing anything for the first time
And sometimes it positively feels like we're going circles.
Round and round, same shit, every day ...blah blah blah on & on
This is a thought provoking post Thank you Nicola.
recent visit here by British anti-tax spin doctor Christopher Snowdon to talk about the evils of taxing sugary soft drinks.
So he kinda snuck in quietly, talked to like-minded people and away. Wonder what those evils are hmmm...