"What we're really selling is not the car, it's mobility,"
Yang probably could do with hearing that pitch from Don Draper. Not only are cars status symbols, but they represent freedom quintessential to the American character. The self-satisfaction from working on your own vehicle. Or that sometimes driving is just...fun.
This is what having no rights looks like. #Scotland
How many guys can this scumbag kill and still not go to prison?
this has some details I hadn't heard before about the whole Epstein thing
It is really telling that you've got a group of people who are obsessing over 30 year old frat parties while shit is blowing up in Saudi Arabia and the lip service they do pay to it is centered around fucking tweets instead of informing the public about the history and the situation on the ground. If you're looking for a sign of a decadent, self-absorbed society, there you go.
Oh @ProfWorr just in case you missed this:
Ways you know the Bill Hicks maxim about the two puppets is still true: The New York Times gets involved in pushing a book which has some nothingburger about a supreme court justice, and because fringe elements are taking it up as casus belli the right wing feels the need to endlessly react and retort. Ever notice that is 95% of what they do, play into the frame?