Let me say this about that
Just Let Me Say This about That: A Narrative Poem by John BricuthJohn Bricuths hilarious and lyrical narrative poem takes the form of a press conference, hosted by Sir, who is either God, the President of the United States, everybodys father, or a combination of the three - someone (either sage or psychoanalyst) to whom one takes ones problems or refers ones queries as to one who knows. The questioners are three journalists, Bird, Fox, and Fish. They start by asking what seem to be political questions but end by asking for no less than the value and meaning of life.
Just Let Me Say - Hillsong
Remember that classic sketch from the good old days of Saturday Night Live, with Dan Ackroyd's Richard Nixon forcing John Belushi's Henry Kissinger on his kness so the two of them can pray together on the eve of his resignation? Funny stuff, right? Now picture the same kind of routine going on for an intermissionless eighty minutes, with a somewhat somber ending tacked to the finish.
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Over the course of my career, I had numerous occasions to travel to foreign countries on business. And for creating a minimum number of new jobs, some offered tax holidays for ten years or more. The plan was to fly into Manila, spend the night, and continue the trip to Cebu the following day. After 28 hours of flying time, not to mention the 12 hours of time difference, I checked into a Manila hotel and immediately went to bed. Some time around pm, I awoke to the sounds of gunshots near my hotel. The shots continued sporadically over the next hour so I went to the hotel lobby and asked the desk clerk what was happening.
Monica Crowley is one of the great comic writers of our time. But she doesn't get her own jokes.
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In one respect at least, the memoirs of Henry Kissinger agree with ''Sideshow,'' William Shawcross's report on the bombing of Cambodia. Both books confirm that Richard Nixon rather liked people to fear his own madness. In the fall of , for example, he told Kissinger to warn the Soviet ambassador that the President was ''out of control'' on Indochina, and capable of anything. Kissinger claims that he regarded the assignment as ''too dangerous'' to carry out. But, as Anthony Summers now instructs us:.