“He lives and breathes football. It’s his favorite thing to do. I’d love to go hunting with him sometime, but I know what he’s doing takes up so much time, so it’s tough.”Asked what he thinks of all the celebrity attention Kliff gets from looking like actor Ryan Gosling to wearing stylish Ray Bans Klint laughs.”I am just nothing but proud of him and the way he handles all of that is amazing,” he said.
But most of the problems poor whites, poor blacks, poor etc face are caused by the “elites” of society. Policy is largely produced by lobbyist working in tandem with corrupt politicians. We focus on Trump tweets and illegal immigrants ( which are a problem to some extent because obviously we can just accept everyone) but Flint doesn have clean water.
I didn’t need glasses into my forties. Then (because of a lot going on, I stopped spending much time reading). When I started reading again a few months later, all of a sudden I needed glasses. Perhaps to understand, you have to see the remarkable sequence in which radio host Wendy Williams starts off not even being willing to say it’s good to have a post acquittal Simpson on her show and then ends up applauding him, accepting a hug and kiss from him, and admitting she likes him by the time he’s through with her. Charisma is powerful and dangerous and almost literally intoxicating. It’s cheap to gripe about celebrity as if it’s a created, inorganic pollutant when celebrity, in many cases, while it’s goosed by money, is rooted in the weird gravity of personality.
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“Morley was one of the most important journalists in any medium, ever,” said CBS Chairman and CEO, Leslie Moonves. “He broke ground in war reporting and made a name that will forever be synonymous with 60 Minutes. He was also a gentleman, a scholar, a great raconteur all of those things and much more to generations of colleagues, his legion of friends, and his family, to whom all of us at CBS offer our sincerest condolences over the loss of one of CBS’ and journalism’s greatest treasures.”.
It was very odd that at the age of 10 I had memorized the Carl Reiner [and] Mel Brooks “2,000 Year Old Man” routine. And I used to watch Don Rickles on TV, and I remember staying up late and watching Jack Paar when I shouldn’t have been and Steve Allen when I shouldn’t have been.