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What the tweet proclaims..

Monday, August 28th, 2017

[ by Charles Cameron — c’mon, WaPo ]
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What the tweet proclaims at time of posting [upper panel].. and what you get when you go there [below]:

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Sources:

  • WaPo, tweet
  • WaPo, article
  • Unified is not duelling: please make up your mind, WaPo.

    This would be sad either way, but

    Monday, August 28th, 2017

    [ by Charles Cameron — it seems particularly sad to “left-leaning” me ]
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    I don’t really fit left or right, but as a near-“non” where it comes to violence, I’m particularly saddened by this:

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    Given my quasi-Mennonite sympathies, and even thought it may be irrational in the final analysis, I’d be less saddened if the “sides” were reversed…

    Source:

  • WaPo, Black-clad antifa members attack peaceful right-wing demonstrators in Berkeley
  • And you know something’s happening, but you don’t know what it is, do you, Mr. Jones?

    Monday, August 28th, 2017

    [ by Charles Cameron — gulf water temperatures 2° above average fuel winds, flooding in TX ]

    Furthermore,

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    These frank admissions that we have gone beyond the known signal a qualitative shift in the situation.

    You don’t know what it is, do you, Mr. Jones?

    It’s altogether a hard rain falling..

    Jorge Luis Borges and John Le Carré !!

    Sunday, August 27th, 2017

    [ by Charles Cameron — theology and espionage, non-dual — how could i possibly resist? ]
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    !!

    Thank you, dear friends.

    Like father, like son

    Thursday, August 24th, 2017

    [ by Charles Cameron — a DoubleQuote in the Wild ]
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    This came up in my feed today —

    Richard Landes was just tweeting –

    Ouch!

    Not like me, not like my sons, btw.

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    Or as Baudrillard might say:

    Reality no longer has the time to take on the appearance of reality. It no longer even surpasses fiction: it captures every dream even before it takes on the appearance of a dream.

    Ouch. Pinch me.


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