A book is pages, pictures and words
A book is animals, people and birds
A book is stories of queens and kings
Poems and songs-so many things!
Curled in a corner where I can hide
With a book I can journey far and wide
Though it’s only paper from end to end
A book is a very special friend.
Lindsey Graham ceremoniously destroyed his cellphone Wednesday, just a day after Donald Trump infamously announced the South Carolina senator’s digits during a nationally televised campaign rally.
In a short online video produced by IJReview titled “How to Destroy Your Cell Phone With Lindsey Graham,” the 2016 candidate is seen comically testing a variety of ways to eradicate the device.
As classical music plays in the one-minute spot, Graham is seen taking a butcher knife to his phone, putting the phone in a blender, teeing off on the phone with a golf club, dousing the phone in lighter fluid and lighting it on fire, smacking the phone like a piñata, dropping a cinder block on the phone, baking the phone with pizza bagels and dropping the phone from the top of a multi-story building.
At the end of the video, Graham says:
“Or, if all else fails, you can always give your number to the Donald.”
Donald Trump revealed Sen. Lindsey Graham’s cellphone number during a televised rally in South Carolina. Graham “doesn’t seem as bright as Rick Perry,” Trump said before reading the number aloud. “Give it a shot.” The Daily Beast’s Betsy Woodruff reports that when called, the number goes to voicemail and a recording says that Graham is not available. Graham is also running for the Republican presidential nomination and blasted The Donald for saying John McCain was not a war hero.