“We agreed about so many things, but fought about all of them. Ain’t dassum shit?”
Not my insight, I found it in a sketchbook where I made a note of it a few years ago during a Conflict Resolution seminar at Cardozo law school, but it struck me as a good one, and important to consider at this moment in history (Calli and Noodler’s are inks I was comparing for blackness):
John Oliver illustrates this point beautifully here.
You know it’s a well-designed, consumer-friendly health care program when the second item on the phone menu at your state’s private insurance health exchange is:
“Press two if you are an in-person assister which includes navigators, brokers, certified application counselors and health plan facilitated enrollers.”
standing with our gay brothers
that we would never marry
until gays in our state
Now that gay marriage has
destroyed the sacred
what’s the point?
Apparently, the way to find out if a doctor is in network (and this well-reviewed nephrologist seemingly is), is to do a provider search and find this result:
What is the world coming to when you can’t even curse your colleagues in the White House, in a private conversation with a reporter, without the fuck betraying you in the fucking lying media?
Anthony Scaramucci told an interviewer that the chief of staff, Reince Priebus, was “a fucking paranoid schizophrenic” who would be asked to resign, and that Scaramucci was not like Steve Bannon, the chief strategist, because “I’m not trying to suck my own cock”. source
Well, at least now we know why Bannon has that look on his face all the time.
What is their freaking problem? How could he have been any clearer talking about pre-existing conditions? Link to lyin’ CNN clip this screen capture comes from — look at how, on the graphic below, they add the words “so do” before “walk up” to make the president sound incoherent. Naturally the failing New York Times chimes in, piles on. Sad day to be an American. SAD!