WHAT I HAVE IN COMMON WITH DRUMPF …. “interesting humor …. could apply to all …. “!!


~~March 29, 2017~~ 


Never thought that there’d be anything I’d have in common.

After reading this article in the New Yorker, there could be some points of intersection.

Maybe there are some for you!

Again, I can say for myself, that only humor helps me make it through the day!



I have never read the second half of “Infinite Jest”; I have never read “The Art of the Deal,” by Donald Trump; and other shared attributes.
By Ethan Kuperberg

I love television.

I have almost zero understanding of international politics.

I have not exercised in 2017.

I have never read the second half of “Infinite Jest.”

I have never read “The Art of the Deal,” by Drumpf.

I know it’s silly and will never happen, but I secretly wish that Barack Obama were my best friend.

I have been scared every day since November 8, 2016.

I’m not as good at having sex as I think I am.

I am related to Jewish people whom I don’t understand.

A waiter once forgot to charge me for a drink at a restaurant, and I did not tell him to adjust the check.

Melania Trump has no interest in having sex with me.

When I get really stressed out, I like to watch the film “Finding Dory.”

I have recently Internet-stalked the people who bullied me in middle school.

I need more therapy than I am currently undergoing.

I look awful in hats.

Hillary Clinton is much smarter than I am, and I know it.

I would rather win an Emmy than be in politics.

I would rather win a free drink at the Coffee Bean than be in politics.


Sometimes I wish that dogs could talk. I wonder what they would say.

Not to harp on it, but “Finding Dory” has a plotline that I find easy to follow.

I am not on the correct medication.

I have a recurring nightmare in which my father tells me that he is not proud of me.

I have never had a one-on-one conversation with Tiffany Trump that lasted for longer than ten minutes.

I’m pretty sure I’m not gay, but every once in a while I see an attractive man and I think, Geez, that guy is good-looking.

I hope they make a sequel to “Finding Dory.”

I think that Paul Ryan is a fucking wimp.

I will never understand what it’s like to be a Syrian refugee.

It’s embarrassing to admit, but all I want, deeply and unequivocally, on any given day, at any given hour, is to have someone look me in the eye and tell me, with complete and profound sincerity, “I love you.”

I have never been democratically elected President of the United States.

Ethan Kuperberg is a filmmaker and a writer for the TV series “Transparent,” which recently won five Emmy Awards.



The New Yorker


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We ALL are ONE!! 


Something to think about …. “Undies in a Bundle …. Solve Nothing …. “!!


~~October 19, 2016~~ 



Don’t get upset or flustered/agitated – knickers were traditionally knee-length.

It was exaggerated, in jest, that the quick flustered movements while upset could leave a person’s knickers twisted.

Apparently it was just some silliness conjured up by The Basil Brush Show, a British television program that started in the late 60’s.

From there, the Australians turned the original expression “don’t get your knickers in a twist” into “don’t get your knickers in a knot”.

Then, of course, the Americans implemented the “panties” term.

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At the end of the day …. “Glory”!!


~~January 20, 2015~~ 

Common says ‘Selma’ song ‘Glory’ is intended to inspire, unite

Rapper and actor Common says he and singer-songwriter John Legend were so inspired by the story at the center of Selma they had no trouble writing “Glory,” their anthem for freedom and justice.The memorable music from the current Best Picture Oscar nominee has already earned the recording artists Golden Globe and Critics’ Choice awards for Best Original Song. It also is nominated for an Oscar in the same category.

Asked by UPI in New York last month before the Martin Luther King Jr. bio-picture opened in theaters how he and Legend came to collaborate on the song, Common replied: “I’m ingrained in this. This is who I am, speaking up for socially conscious things. And being able to be an actor in the film really gave me a lot of what to write about and I knew the history.


“So, I called John and I told him everything that was going on with Selma. He hadn’t seen the film yet, obviously. I hadn’t seen the film yet. We just had a quick discussion and I gave him three titles that I thought we should use and one of them was ‘Glory‘ and he wrote a piano piece and then wrote a chorus for ‘Glory‘ and when I got the music back I was like, ‘Oh, man, this is touching me.’ So, it didn’t take a long time to write. This is what I love to do. Write music that inspires people and brings people together and motivates people, so I just wrote from my heart  … It’s in my soul. I told them I could write this song forever.”

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John Legend and Common

Published on Dec 23, 2014

Martin Luther King, Lyndon Baines Johnson and the civil rights marches that changed America.


We ALL are ONE!! 


To start the day ….. “FACES”!!


~~August 30, 2014~~ 

Poem of Faces

(Walt Whitman)

SAUNTERING the pavement or riding the
country by-road, here then are faces!
Faces of friendship, precision, caution, suavity,
The spiritual prescient face — the always welcome,
common, benevolent face,
The face of the singing of music — the grand faces
of natural lawyers and judges, broad at the
The faces of hunters and fishers, bulged at the
brows — the shaved blanched faces of ortho-
dox citizens,
The pure, extravagant, yearning, questioning artist’s
The ugly face of some beautiful soul, the hand-
some detested or despised face,
The sacred faces of infants, the illuminated face
of the mother of many children,
The face of an amour, the face of veneration,
The face as of a dream, the face of an immobile

And more of the drug-shelf, laudanum, caoutchouc,

or hog’s-lard.


This face is an epilepsy, its wordless tongue gives
out the unearthly cry,
Its veins down the neck distend, its eyes roll till
they show nothing but their whites,
Its teeth grit, the palms of the hands are cut by
the turned-in nails,
The man falls struggling and foaming to the ground
while he speculates well.


This face is bitten by vermin and worms,
And this is some murderer’s knife with a half-
pulled scabbard.

This face owes to the sexton his dismalest fee,
An unceasing death-bell tolls there.

Those then are really men, the bosses and tufts
of the great round globe!

Features of my equals, would you trick me with
your creased and cadaverous march?
Well, you cannot trick me.

I see your rounded never-erased flow,
I see neath the rims of your haggard and mean





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~~Beautiful, sad, angry, content, mysterious, meditating, inspiring faces~~

Faces and facial expressions give how we feel away. Could that be changed soon?

Watch the video. 


~~Artist Bends the Mind by Changing People’s Faces~~

~Published on Aug 29, 2014~

The day when people choose what expressions to wear rather than betray their feelings on their faces may be near. Artist Nobumichi Asai has found a way to project and map expressions onto people’s faces, effectively creating a facial mask.


We ALL are ONE!!