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Little red buttons in a row adorn little faces. Oblivious it seems to the regimented symbolism of those little red emblems placed neatly across the screen like crosses in memory of names lost in forgotten battles. Plastic poppies obediently placed in electronic fields under little faces.
My old computer was scarcely invasive like this new one with sales traps and phishing nets behind each bright “try me” icon, beckoning like Snow White’s apple. Outside old autumn declines as sun falls under rain clouds, and my mindless new computer asks when winter ends.
“In defining speech, Obama takes down Trump, his politics and enablers; warns of ‘dire’ consequences of not voting “ Times a beena changin’ for a long time; but the intelligentsia didn’t notice. Too cozy I guess.
A short while ago I’s bin read’ n that Pres Trump was ignorin’ his chief of staff and would fire him, Mr. Kelly that is. And about when the good general, chief of staff, signed up for one more go round after months of guesses that he’s bin cling in’ by’z toe nails to get to … More Dick Taters
Today a caption has kept repeating on my CTV television screen: 16 % of people 17-18 years of age read a book a day for “pleasure” that made me wonder if those responsible for broadcasting that apparent fact themselves read. If they do would they not know that anyone who could give their mind to … More As the poster says: Read
A lot of “news” just “blows over”; that’s what President Trump’s media coverage has taught me. Maybe that’s how it’s always been: “breaking news” is just for the moment to keep journalists earning their bread and filling consumers’ minds with anxiety, like fear of Armagedon over and over again predicted by someone who it’s said … More Anxiety and “Breaking News”