“Frankly, that’s ridiculous,” he said. “I have lots of rich friends who love poor people. I mean we hire poor people to cook our meals, do our laundry, raise our kids. You can’t feel anything but compassion for your live-in staff. If the Pope had servants of his own, he’d understand all this.”
She just wants to continue spotlighting the hardships experienced by Americans so that the country can rally to their aid. Her courage and sympathy were both on display when she anchored a series of poignant reports from a Gulf still reeling from Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
“This is why I love Amazon,” said Chicago resident Randy Klopeck, a proud member of Amazon Prime, the service that guarantees two-day-shipping of products. “They don’t make excuses; they solve problems.”
“We owe a lot to Kalashnikov,” said Nigerian Islamic militant Igbo Okoye, toting one of Kalashnikov’s creations. “Without him, our plan to overthrow our decadent pro-Western government might be little more than a pipe dream.”
From prescription drugs to vacation time, a sick and tired nation looked to Santa to deliver the goods.
While emphasizing that he “would not immediately begin” sodomizing his wife, the former Pennsylvania senator indicated that the sexual act would be committed at some point in the near future, “possibly after New Year’s.”
“So what if they haven’t stopped an ‘imminent’ attack? That’s proof that the NSA’s surveillance program is working. Maybe if they’d started doing this earlier, there would have been no 9/11 or Pearl Harbor. We could have seen the redcoats coming.”
“This painting makes me weep when I see it,” Schjeldahl said. “It reminds me that, in our world, a man can kill an unarmed teenager and somehow still be out there, walking around free, painting dumb pictures. It’s tragic—and therefore quite beautiful.”