"Yes, indeed. The big gotta do? Let's gitterdun."
|Hmmm...am I backing up or moving forward? Hmmmm...|
Eh? What's that you say?
|Photographic proof that Facebook sent the building and all the people in it to China.|
See? You won't find any fake news here on ROTW.
Instead, you learned it here first, folks. Citizen Journalist at your service.
Now it's time to go out and buy some of that Facebook stock because this Time Travel Portal app is going to take over the world. You might as well sell all your stocks in all airlines including Virgin, bus and taxi services, Uber and Lyft, and UPS and FedEx.*
The day you are reading this I will be driving from Nashville in that great State of Tennessee to Blue Ridge, Georgia. Why am I driving, you ask?
Because thus far, Facebook's newest secret app, Time Travel Portal (internal working name is That Thing That Makes Us Go, or T3) is not yet available because it is still secret, deployed as they deploy all their apps, that is to say, when they dang well feel like it and not when their stupid users need it.
Notice to #CrunkNewsNetwork and other MSM ilk:
I know you are trolling me for real news tips in order to make yourself look more legitimate and save your reputation, but you just need to go on out and find your own news. I shall not divulge my sources for this story. Nananabooboo to you #CrunkNewsNetwork.
*LEGAL DISCLAIMER: Angela K. Durden is not a licensed stockbroker though she does have a driver's license and a conceal carry permit, both issued by the great State of Georgia in the United States. Angela K. Durden neither endorses Facebook, nor any airline including Virgin, nor any bus or taxi service except for Donnie who drives a legally licensed taxi, nor those Uber creeps or Lyft, but she does endorse UPS as they are just totally awesome and FedEx does a mighty fine job, too. By reading this column, or just clicking on the link to it, you agree that Angela K. Durden has not officially told you to buy or sell any stock and that if you proceed to do so you will hold harmless Angela K. Durden, her children, and ROTW (though you may sue her ex-husband if you can get any money out of his penny-pinching fingers...never mind; she digresses) and you acknowledge that you have enough brains to make your own financial decisions and do not need to rely for your stock tips on a columnist who likes to occasionally write humorous content.
Getting stuck behind that school bus for 6 miles..#BackToSchoolComplaints pic.twitter.com/sSwAeDEzfG— RoeSoLovesUofM (@roeu812) August 22, 2017
Vegan, gluten-free, nut-free, organic, non-GMO, sugar-free, non-allergen, TASTE-free food required @ lunchtime! 🙄 #BackToSchoolComplaints pic.twitter.com/ZwIjuA4STD— Lisa Bartrug (@liltexan76) August 22, 2017
You get the stomach virus. You get the stomach virus. Everyone gets the stomach virus. #BackToSchoolComplaints pic.twitter.com/iuCCgx7UpQ— Chew (@nolansdad55) August 22, 2017
Having to buy Braille school books for my idiot son that looked straight into the eclipse. #BackToSchoolComplaints— Cody Stoner (@thatcodystoner) August 22, 2017
#BackToSchoolComplaints Parents. You didn't get the teacher you requested? Get over it. Who requests teachers?— Tio Beke (@BekeAbe) August 22, 2017
#BackToSchoolComplaints— WakeUp (@PolNutjob) August 22, 2017
....I just hear "It's the most wonderful time of the year" in my head
....they hear "hells bells"
Not enough alcohol to celebrate.#BackToSchoolComplaints— Tend To Disagree (@tendtodisagree) August 22, 2017
You forgot the lead up to it. Man, it's clear you are not in sales. Okay...your sales pitch should've gone like this and sent via private message so you don't look like the horn-dog that the above message made it seem you are. (Please notice I said "seem you are" which is called a CYA/Lawsuit-Avoiding weasel phrase as it does not come right out and say "you are" a horn-dog.) Here is your script:
"Baby, it has been widely reported on CNN and other news outlets that do NOT have fake news and who can be completely relied upon to keep us all accurately up to date on anything that will affect our lives with a negative effect, that the world is ending as soon as the eclipse is over and that most, if not all, people will die. I would like my last thoughts to be of you before the big death is thrust upon us."
See, R—? You will get more and better responses.
|Where's the meetup point? Where's my sign? Where's my validation? Oink.|
Frazier "announced through his company’s Twitter account that he was resigning from the president’s American Manufacturing Council in response to Mr. Trump’s refusal over the weekend to immediately and directly condemn the white supremacists and neo-Nazis carrying swastika flags in Charlottesville, Va.
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Of course, to hear the Gray Lady tell the story, "The Hammer's" tweet response to Frazier's resignation actually tells the whole story behind the resignation. Let's begin with the headline, shall we?
Question: What has that headline got to do with the reason Frazier resigned from the president's council? Nothing, that's what. But it does tell you all you need to know about the institution of Big Bidnezz and that those who are acting in ways they should not know that "The Hammer" knows what they are up to in cheatin', lyin', and general sneaky ways toward consumers.
The Gray Lady's columnist quoted Frazier when he said Trump was being awfully slow in condemning:
“America’s leaders must honor our fundamental values by clearly rejecting expressions of hatred, bigotry and group supremacy, which run counter to the American ideal that all people are created equal."
Just how slow was Trump?
"Oh, all those tomatoes rotting because nobody else will pick them!"
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|Picture taken by my good friend and singer and piano player extraordinaire, Amy Alice Wilson.|
"'The Terms of My Surrender' ($199,041 for two previews) played to houses that averaged about 98% of capacity, pulling in audiences with a show that Moore promises will be an unpredictable mix of personal and political anecdotes, hot takes on the day’s news and, possibly, a jaunt or two outside the theater. We’ll see over the next few weeks if “Terms of My Surrender” can maintain the same level of audience interest, especially among the liberal demographic most likely to agree with Moore’s views on Trump..."
|New York Times' Jesse Green|
"...his shtick has become disagreeable with age. 'The Terms of My Surrender,' which opened on Thursday at the Belasco, is a bit like being stuck at Thanksgiving dinner with a garrulous, self-regarding, time-sucking uncle. Gotta love him — but maybe let’s turn on the television."
"...'The Terms of My Surrender' is not organized well enough.... Certainly it falls short of offering seriously useful ideas about how individuals can make a difference.... Details are scant. Run for school board.... Be Rosa Parks. Download...an app....His tendency to cut factual corners to smooth the storytelling..." and"...affects a cute, common-man delivery...though the crowd at the Belasco, including a few shills, claps for almost all of the bait he tosses. Some toss bait back, including vulgar imprecations against the president that are hardly distinguishable from the cries of “Lock her up” that horrify us in other settings.