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home email bio january 21st, 2017 fred astaire and…and…and… who was astaire’s best partner? fred astaire himself was unique, and as a solo performer in his genre he was unsurpassed. period. it wasn’t just that he could choreograph routine after routine and bring freshness to each one. it wasn’t just that he could sing so well that, despite the thinness of his somewhat reedy voice, many stellar songwriters considered him the very best interpreter of their creations and competed to write songs especially for him. it wasn’t just that he could do the steps. oh, he could do them, all right. but every single movement had a purpose, a meaning, an emotion, an emphasis of phrasing that was very much his own; no empty tap tap tapping for him. astaire is remembered for his partnership with ginger rogers, but he danced with many other dancers (including his first partner, his sister adele, who was supposed to have been fantastic but of whom only still photos like this one remain to let us know what we’re missing): there were a lot of “better” dancers (technically) than ginger who partnered with fred. some were balletic. some were very strong tap dancers, such as eleanor powell. i know that a lot of people consider powell the very best, technically unstoppable. but to me she’s of no particular interest at all. her tapping is full of sound and fury, signifying nothing (a bit like meryl streep’s acting, i have to say). here’s a video; you decide for yourself: in the above clip, i can’t take my eyes off fred. i see powell too, and their side-by-side mirroring of the steps gives me a chance to see what he does that makes him so sublime, and what she fails to do that renders her a bore (to me, anyway; sorry eleanor). now, maybe what i’m about to do isn’t fair. because for comparison i’m going to put up one of the most beautiful numbers astaire ever choreographed and danced with ginger rogers, and it’s of a very different nature than the fast and snappy powell number above. it’s lushly romantic. but it’s not just that. it’s believably lushly romantic and somehow sexual as well, without even a hint of a salacious move. these two people are so closely aligned—emotionally and physically—without being in the least identical; so almost mystically attuned that you believe—in the mesmerizing power of dancing (see how he almost hypnotizes rogers at the beginning) and the mesmerizing spell cast by love: i’m throwing this next one in as an extra. it’s a solo by astaire, one of his best. it’s a nice companion piece to “let’s face the music and dance,” because both cast “dance” as a sort of character, an actor in a little drama. in the pas de deux above, fred sings to ginger that they should dance, must dance, and “face the music” together, and then the music tells them what to do. in this next solo, fred insists that he won’t dance, he will resist the urge to dance with her lest it lead to romance, as he knows it might. and yet he’s pulled into a solo dance against his will, again by the power of the music (certainly those russian-guard extras in leftover costumes from “the wizard of oz” have little power to force him or to stop him): you of course already know my answer to the question i posed at the beginning of this post. it was ginger, ginger, ginger all the way. posted by neo-neocon at 3:00 pm. filed under: dance, movies 19 comments • trackback • permalink • january 21st, 2017 a retro inauguration fashion addendum before i regretfully leave the inaugural fashions behind, let me note that a great many people wrote that melania’s day outfit channeled jackie kennedy. i have a small quibble, very small. but it’s that it wasn’t just jackie at the inauguration; melania channeled the fashions of the era. granted, jackie kennedy was a tremendous trend-setter during that era, and i am practically certain that melania was purposely harking back to her. but jackie was not the only one setting those same trends. by the way, maybe this is the moment to note that jackie kennedy was 31 years old when her husband took the oath of office. she was so dignified and composed that people tend to forget how young she was. so, heres jackie (in split screen with melanie), also in light blue but a different and slightly lighter blue. also with gloves but a coat with a different look, and fur trim (couldn’t do that now), as well as gloves (my mother used to have a drawerful of them). plus a hat: jackie wore a more fitted suit with a more similar collar to melania’s on a visit to canada: to my way of thinking, the person melania is also channeling—perhaps even more than jackie—is audrey hepburn in “charade,” a 1963 movie: even the shape of the hat and the hairdo that hepburn wears is echoed in melania’s similarly upswept do, and melania’s bone structure is more like hepburn’s than it is like jackie’s. there’s also a hint of this in melania: one more thing—melania trump has extraordinary carriage. the woman never slumps, even while seated. posted by neo-neocon at 2:53 pm. filed under: fashion and beauty, historical figures 3 comments • trackback • permalink • january 21st, 2017 inaugural speech: in the ear of the beholder to me, trump’s inaugural speech was congruent with his prior message, and mainly struck notes of populism and nationalism. what else would anyone expect? he hammered on the idea of government during his administration as listening to and being responsive to the people, concentrating on america (both its problems and its promise), and called for working together to restore that promise. and yet for the most part the msm treated trummp’s speech as something uniquely awful, divisive, and shocking, and said he painted an extremely and unprecedentedly gloomy picture of american decline. what they meant was: “we hated it, and we hate him, and we want you to hate him too—but most of our readers already do, anyway.” you might say the msm is divisive. lately i often find myself in the position of other writers who’ve said, “dear media, why are you making me defend trump?” actually, i plan to agree with trump when i agree with what he does, and criticize him when i disagree with what he does, and if he’s just blah-blahing about giving power to the people and putting america first—and stating that recently there’s been quite a bit of mucking up in those arenas—then there really isn’t all that much more to say about it except that these have been the themes of his campaign right along and were the reasons he was elected. so far, i haven’t included links in this post—it was meant to be just a quick impression. but it’s not the least bit hard to find them. for example, if i go to the wapo at the moment i see this list of articles about the inauguration: 1 opinion trump’s america is a rotten place 2 opinion trump’s inaugural address offers nothing to soothe the worst fears about him 3 opinion donald trump has assembled the worst cabinet in american history 4 donald trump’s full inauguration speech transcript, annotated well, at least they offer that fourth link, so people can judge for themselves. ah, but note that word: annotated. they can’t let you judge the transcript without intervention, even with all those other op-eds. they must intersperse helpful little interpretations along the way, right along with the transcript. more from the wapo, in case you didn’t get the hint: trump’s inauguration was a gothic nightmare is this what we’ve come to, america? trump sank to the occasion. well, now we know what to think. posted by neo-neocon at 2:33 pm. filed under: press, trump 10 comments • trackback • permalink • january 20th, 2017 reflections on president trump: words and action quite some time ago i noticed that people tend to describe themselves in different modes. if you ask people to give a brief summary of who they are, the first might use words of emotion and relationship: i am a kind person who likes to talk to people and hear what they say. i have a good sense of humor. that sort of thing. the second might be a “just the facts” type: i was born in kansas. i have a degree in mechanical engeering. i have a wife and three children. in other words: i am my resume. and a third might self-define in terms of activities: i love to golf and ski, and in summer i go sailing in my sailboat. i’ve traveled all around the world. those modes of description may seem arbitrary, but they are not. donald trump is that last type of person, a man who defines himself though action. in my opinion, that is one of many reasons why one cannot possibly think of him as an intellectual, although he’s sharp and canny. nor does he seem articulate—although his words certainly get the job done, don’t they? he hardly spoke on the campaign trail about conservatism (as a movement or a theory or set of principles), and does not really define himself in terms of conservatism or any particular political ism at all (he talks populist and populism but never uses the words, as far as i know). in sum: a man of action who conceptualizes himself as a man of action and looks at the world that way. he defines himself by what he will do. that’s one of the reasons i’ve stopped so very much emphasis on parsing trump’s words. that’s hard for me; parsing words is something i’m used to doing and something i do quite naturally. but with trump it’s somewhat of a waste of time, although of course i’ll still do it. and now that he’s president, his words carry even more weight and might have even more repercussions than before. but it’s trump’s actions that will tell the tale. and since i’ve been thinking of trump as an action-defined person for a while now—and even had a long talk about the concept last night with a friend—i was especially struck by the following words in trump’s speech today, words that might not have seemed all that memorable to most people: we will no longer accept politicians who are all talk and no action, constantly complaining but never doing anything about it. the time for empty talk is over. now arrives the hour of action. the hour of action is at hand for trump, as well. posted by neo-neocon at 2:31 pm. filed under: trump 42 comments • trackback • permalink • january 20th, 2017 now for the inaugural fashion post [scroll down for updates on the ball gowns.] one of the things i’m looking forward to in a trump presidency is seeing melania’s fashions. now, there’s a woman who can wear anything, and who usually looks incredibly good. we’ve certainly never had a first lady whose previous calling was “model.” toay i am gratified to see that not only is melania looking spectacularly lovely and tall in a blue columnar coat (or maybe coat-dress) with a high collar, but she’s looking retro with matching blue gloves. extremely elegant, and you’d almost have to be a model to pull off something that form-fitting in a coat. it also strikes me that here she resembles sophia loren: let me add that i have a coat with such a collar. it’s one of my favorites. but it doesn’t hug the body so much. and one of the most wonderful things about melania’s outfit is that the three-quarter-length sleeves show off the gloves with great flair, which are long enough to make an unbroken line of color with the sleeves. hillary clinton gets props from me for being there. she looks vaguely nehru-esque in a white pantsuit with a long coat: michelle completed the red-white-and-blue triumvirate with a long mid-calf-length dark red (nearly wine-colored) coat with a huge collar. it’s a hard look to pull off, and i think the length of the outfit and her severe hairdo work somewhat against complete success here, although her height helps. it was easy to find many photos of her dress minus the coat, but hard to find one of the coat itself: here’s laura bush (blue + white; classic style) and husband. remember him? kellyanne conway appeared to be in drum majorette costume, a very bold and cheeky choice. what can you say? it’s different: and ivanka also sported a white pantsuit, a much more fitted one. white is not an easy color to wear, in my opinion, but she’s another ex-model so whatever she wears looks good: the men? red tie, blue tie. update: apparently, melania wasn’t wearing a coat over her blue dress today. it was actually a short jacket. and since trump and his wife just made their first appearance at one of the inaugural balls, i’ll comment on melania’s inaugural gown. it’s a bit disappointing to me—white again! off the shoulder, an odd ruffle in the front, a tiny red belt, and one of those angela jolie-esque thigh-slits, although a more demure one. melania is incapable of looking bad, though; she just has a lot to live up to, after this afternoon. i don’t think this one hit it out of the park, because it de-emphasizes her beautiful carriage and makes her look as though she’s slumping a tiny bit: mrs. pence also has on an off-the-shoulder number, a royal blue one. just about all the female trump children and in-laws sport a lot of bling. and i would imagine that, unless you’re a professional ballroom dancer, it’s pretty nervous-making to have to dance with your spouse in front of all the world. to my way of thinking, it’s ivanka who really shone. literally. her dress isn’t the kind of thing i ordinarily like. very sparkly, very princessish. but the word that comes to me is “magical”: posted by neo-neocon at 1:37 pm. filed under: fashion and beauty 39 comments • trackback • permalink • january 20th, 2017 on the brink of the inauguration that few believed would ever happen [scroll down for updates.] here we are. what a long strange trip it’s been. i’m cautiously optimistic. what about you? update noon: done. i’m watching the show on tv. trump has a red tie, melania a blue coat (but more robin’s-egg blue than the usual blue of the red-white-and-blue) and ivanka a white coat. now, the speech. update 12:15 pm big populist message. “power to the people.” boy, that phase takes me back. update 12:20 pm well, that was short. the populist message held throughout. update 12:30 pm i just heard a commentator say the speech was 16 minutes and 14 seconds. now, that’s short. notably, trump used the phrase “islamic extremism” in his speech. that is a purposeful and pointed change. update 12:47 pm the obama take off in the helicopter. for me, a sigh of relief. upate 4:00 pm: the parade begins. the police presence is enormous—a thick blue line, rather close together. and i’m sure that’s just the tip of the security iceberg. update 4:13 pm i also notice that the motorcade vehicles (the president’s being very heavily armored) are surrounded by lines and lines of secret service guards. and now trump gets out to walk (opposite the fbi building, apparently), with his son and melania. this makes me very nervous indeed. it always does, ever since a certain day long ago. it’s just a few minutes; now they’re back in the car. i also noticed how extraordinarily tall barron trump is for a 10-year old. he’s almost as tall as his father, and my guess is that he’ll be considerably taller when he grows up. he’s got the tall genes from both sides. it seems to me that the president’s party gets out of the limo at an unpredictable and unannounced time because that way someone who wants to do them harm would have no idea where to position him/herself. posted by neo-neocon at 11:49 am. filed under: trump 20 comments • trackback • permalink • january 19th, 2017 the fountain of boogie woogie jitterbugging youth here’s a video featuring dancer jean veloz. i believe it was filmed back in the 1940s (with incredibly corny narration): here’s jean at 90: jean veloz is apparently still going strong now, at around 92. it’s hard to see any change in the shape of her body, and she certainly still has the moves. i watched a couple of videos of her talking that seemed to be taken when she was around 90, and she said her concession to age is that she always wears flat shoes now when she dances, whereas before she usually wore heels. posted by neo-neocon at 2:47 pm. filed under: dance 6 comments • trackback • permalink • january 19th, 2017 trump plans to enact conservative budget-cutting program interesting: staffers for the trump transition team have been meeting with career staff at the white house ahead of friday’s presidential inauguration to outline their plans for shrinking the federal bureaucracy, the hill has learned… overall, the blueprint being used by trump’s team would reduce federal spending by $10.5 trillion over 10 years. the proposed cuts hew closely to a blueprint published last year by the conservative heritage foundation, a think tank that has helped staff the trump transition. similar proposals have in the past won support from republicans in the house and senate, who believe they have an opportunity to truly tackle spending after years of warnings about the rising debt. many of the specific cuts were included in the 2017 budget adopted by the conservative republican study committee (rsc), a caucus that represents a majority of house republicans. when trump was running for office, there was a lot of speculation about whether he was a conservative or not. the consensus was “no, but sort-of maybe kind-of.” with no track record, it was hard to tell. but at least on this topic, he seems to be following a strictly conservative line. actually, the majority of his actions since winning the election have been more conservative than most people thought they would be. there are theories about this (hey, we’ve got theories about everything). one is that experiences trump had on the campaign trail have made him more conservative than he was when he started out. i think that’s plausible, and not just due to his encounters with regular voters, but also to his closeness with pence and other conservatives of a type he hadn’t ordinarily hobnobbed with in his previous life. i suppose it’s also possible that trump was holding back his inner conservative till after the election, and that he always has been more conservative than he let on. at any rate, these proposals may be more conservative than some republican members of congress want to see: moving trump’s budget through congress could be difficult. in 2015, with the gop in control of the house, the rsc budget failed by a vote of 132 to 294. moderate republicans and democrats on the appropriations committee are likely to push back at some of the cuts being considered by trump. but they seem likely to have the support of mulvaney, a conservative budget hawk who backed the rsc budget. “mick mulvaney and his colleagues at the republican study committee when they crafted budgets over the years, they were serious,” said a former congressional aide. “mulvaney didn’t take this omb position to just mind the store.” more details about where the cuts would occur can be found at the link. posted by neo-neocon at 2:18 pm. filed under: finance and economics, liberals and conservatives, trump 16 comments • trackback • permalink • january 19th, 2017 the democrats: out in the cold (for now) edward-isaac dovere writes in politico: what happened [election] night shocked even the most pessimistic democrats. but in another sense, it was the reckoning the party had been expecting for years. they were counting on a clinton win to paper over a deeper rot they’ve been worrying about—and to buy them some time to start coming up with answers. in other words, it wasn’t just donald trump. or the russians. or james comey. or all the problems with how clinton and her aides ran the campaign. win or lose, democrats were facing an existential crisis in the years ahead—the result of years of complacency, ignoring the withering of the grass roots and the state parties, sitting by as republicans racked up local win after local win. “the patient,” says colorado governor john hickenlooper, “was clearly already sick.” true. and perhaps more to come in the not-too-distant future: there are now fewer than 700 days until election day 2018, as internal memos circulating among democratic strategists point out with alarm. they differ in their prescriptions, but all boil down to the same inconvenient truth: if republicans dominate the 2018 midterms, they will control the senate (and with it, the supreme court) for years, and they will draw district lines in states that will lock in majorities in the house and across state capitals, killing the next generation of democrats in the crib, setting up the gop for an even more dominant 2020 and beyond. that’s probably music to the ears of most of the readers of this blog. but we’ve learned to distrust all prognostications about politics, because remember? many pundits and even a huge number of regular folk on the right had quite recently given that diagnosis of “moribund” to the other party, the gop, and it was the democrats who were posed for victory and “an even more dominant 2020 and beyond.” so, rather than make any predictions, in this post i’ll just stick to a recap of why i think the democrats were seemingly asleep at the switch (or the wheel, or whatever metaphor you prefer). was it just an oversight? didn’t they notice? i think they noticed; they just didn’t care because they thought they had a winning strategy at the federal level, and such strong control of the most populous states that those other states—those red states—wouldn’t matter. they believed the electoral college so very much favored those huge blue states, with their surefire democratic wins—new york, california, etc—and that it was highly unlikely that any republican could ever get enough rust belt states to win the presidency. but the presidency isn’t everything, is it? well, no. but it’s an awful lot, particularly if a president is willing to extend executive power with enough boldness to make congress mostly irrelevant. the president appoints the scotus justices, and some of those positions were opening up, and president hillary clinton would be guaranteeing a lock on scotus for a generation or two. congress? the president can stop anything they do with a veto, and there was no way that the gop would ever get enough votes to override hillary’s veto. and, if the democrats had taken control of at least the senate in 2016 (as a great many democrats expected they would), so much the better. and who cares about congress anyway, as long as there’s a democratic president willing to go right past them and do things by fiat. and then there was illegal immigration and amnesty, the aces in the hole. it would take a while to accomplish the entire process, first granting amnesty and then in a certain number of years citizenship. meanwhile, those babies would be coming, surefire citizens all and projected to become democrats, turning the last large red states such as texas blue. so who cared if some state legislatures and governorships continued to go to the gop? let those states stew in their own crimson juices. the real power lay in washington, and the states where the vast majority of democrats resided were true blue anyway. however: but mousie, thou are no thy-lane, in proving foresight may be vain: the best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men, gang aft agley, an’ lea’e us nought but grief an’ pain, for promis’d joy! [note: i know i’ve said it before, but that quote comes from one of my favorite poems in all the world.] posted by neo-neocon at 1:48 pm. filed under: election 2016, politics 25 comments • trackback • permalink • january 18th, 2017 why look for the bodies? in the recent thread about the called-off search for flight mh370, commenter “lurch” asked this question: i really do not understand this fetish about finding a bunch of dead bodies. a dead body is an artifact. it is not the person you loved. it’s your memories that truly matter and they can never be taken from you. it is true that a dead body is not at all the same as the living person, although i’m puzzled by the term “artifact,” which ordinarily means an object made by humans. i don’t think that’s what lurch was trying to say; i think he/she may have been attempting to indicate that the body, no longer animated by spirit, soul, personality—in other words, by life itself—becomes a collection of molecules destined to be broken down into component parts. so, why bother finding those bodies? why go to such huge expense and trouble? my answer has several parts, some general and some specific. one of the marks of being human is that we know we and our loved ones will die, and one of the ways anthropologists mark the transition to fully human beings is that humans honor their dead, and that very much includes the body that once housed the human spirit. this would be a very long post indeed if i were to list all the ways that different religions and different cultures conceptualize how to do this honoring, but they all involve having a body there in the first place, and some sort of ceremony that involves the body or what remains of it. but even for those who are not religious, having a body offers a burial site and a place to go to when feeling grief and the need to connect with the loved one in a special place. that can even be provided when a person’s ashes are intentionally scattered on the sea, because the sea then becomes the person’s final resting place on earth. but in the case of such burial, that is a choice, of the person while he/she was alive, or of the person’s loved one’s after the person’s death, or of both. we don’t control death, but we usually can control what happens to the remains while we are alive. and desecration of cemeteries or of dead bodies is an ancient way to show the deepest contempt and hatred. i remember how, even as a young child, i reacted with extreme horror when i read the iliad and learned how hector’s body was dragged by the victorious achilles before the gates of troy. even now, thinking that i would illustrate this post with a painting of the famous scene, googling it and seeing the pictures distressed me enough that i prefer to put up this far more stylized and ancient rendition: in the explanatory material about the jar, it says it includes images of hector’s grieving parents, as well as this: “winged figure of iris sent to plead for a ransom of hector’s body.” such things are usually important to humans on a gut level, and even as a child i intuitively sensed that. to return to the missing airplane, there are also some facts about this specific case that may make the absence of bodies especially difficult. most of the dead were chinese, and traditional chinese funeral practices are particularly complex and lengthy, and the regular visiting of the gravesite to pay respects has been a large part of those rituals. this cannot happen in the case of the victims of the missing flight. even more, however, in this case—in which the story of what actually happened is unknown—it’s not even so much the finding of bodies (although that’s important) but the finding of the black boxes and flight recorder that are very, very important. there is a very deep need to know where it happened, how it happened, how long it took, did they suffer much, and all those other questions that occur when people seem to vanish off the face of the earth. posted by neo-neocon at 4:14 pm. filed under: disaster, getting philosophical: life, love, the universe 30 comments • trackback • permalink • january 18th, 2017 why did obama commute manning’s sentence? first of all, let’s get the legalism out of the way: obama didn’t pardon manning. the verdict stands. obama shortened manning’s sentence by a huge amount, commuting the original 35 years (of which manning has served 6) to time served plus a few months. the decision reportedly sent shock waves through the intelligence community: the decision — which a senior defense official told cnn was made over the objections of secretary of defense ash carter — immediately touched off a controversy in the closing days of the obama administration. a former intelligence official described being “shocked” to learn of obama’s decision, adding that the “entire intelligence community is deflated by this inexplicable use of executive power.” the official said the move was “deeply hypocritical given obama’s denunciation of wikileaks’ role in the hacking of the (democratic national committee).” deeply hypocritical—as well as obviously hypocritical. so, why did obama decide to do this? pundits on the right tend to think it was just a way of giving the right and the us the finger. i suppose so, but why did it take this particular form? i think it may have to do with giving a shout-out to the lgbt community, particularly the “t” part, which seems to have become the most recent front in the battle against traditional america. as the article states: manning, a transgender woman, was serving a 35-year sentence at fort leavenworth, an all-male army prison in eastern kansas, despite her request to transfer to a civilian prison. manning had also requested hormone treatment while in prison, and sued to get it. a hunger strike then brought on reassurances last september that the government would also be providing sex-reassignment surgery, but no timeline was set. now it seems that the surgery won’t be happening while manning is still in prison, and i’m not sure whether the government is still on the hook for it or whether private insurance (for example, this) will foot the bill. only forty-eight more hours of the obama presidency. by the way, i consider the decision by obama to be an affront to the security of the united states and its intelligence community. the transgender issue is a separate one that, for me, is irrelevant here. but i don’t think it’s irrelevant to obama; i think it was part of his motivation. [addendum: i had never read manning’s wiki entry before, but it’s quite a document, particularly the part about manning’s military service. reading about manning’s troubled past and trouble within the military, one wonders how a person with that resume ever received a sensitive job of any kind, or was allowed to stay in the military in the first place: manning began basic training at fort leonard wood, missouri, on october 2, 2007. she wrote that she soon realized she was neither physically nor mentally prepared for it. six weeks after enlisting, she was sent to the discharge unit. she was allegedly being bullied, and in the opinion of another soldier, was having a breakdown. the soldier told the guardian: “the kid was barely five foot … he was a runt, so pick on him. he’s crazy, pick on him. he’s a faggot, pick on him. the guy took it from every side. he couldn’t please anyone.” nicks writes that manning, who was used to being bullied, fought back—if the drill sergeants screamed at her, she would scream at them—to the point where they started calling her “general manning”. the decision to discharge her was revoked [reason?], and she started basic training again in january 2008. after graduating in april, she moved to fort huachuca, arizona, in order to attend advanced individual training (ait) for military occupational specialty (mos) 35f, intelligence analyst, receiving a ts/sci security clearance (top secret/sensitive compartmented information). according to nicks, this security clearance, combined with the digitization of classified information and the government’s policy of sharing it widely, gave manning access to an unprecedented amount of material. please read the whole thing. was manning promoted despite his/her obvious unfitness for the military because manning’s superiors were afraid of being accused of being anti-gay? manning openly identified as gay rather than transgender at the time, and so it’s a possibility.] posted by neo-neocon at 3:04 pm. filed under: law, men and women; marriage and divorce and sex, military, obama 39 comments • trackback • permalink • january 18th, 2017 russian prostitutes are the best in the world don’t blame me; i didn’t say it. putin said it, in the course of a statement that is quite comprehensive in its scope: …[trump] is a person who for many years has organized a beauty pageant, socialized with the most beautiful women in the world. it is hard to believe that he ran to a hotel to meet with our girls of a low social class, although they are the best in the world. but finally, you know, what i want to say, prostitution is a serious, ugly, social phenomenon, young women do this connected to the fact that they cannot survive any other way and that is a problem of society but people who order false information and spread this information against the elected president, who fabricate it and use it in a political fight, they are worse than prostitutes. but back to that “best in the world” claim. now, it’s nice to see a leader with pride in his country, but my question is: how does putin know? does he have advisors who did a study and presented him with the findings? and wouldn’t a person have to have sampled prostitutes from all the other countries in the world to know which nation has the best? this is the sort of thing that happens to me when i read the news. my mind wanders. it questions. it mulls. and while we’re mulling, do all prostitutes choose the life because “they cannot survive any other way”? i haven’t done much reading on prostitution in recent years, but i’m pretty sure i’ve studied and read about it in the past and there are a host of reasons people become prostitutes, especially high-priced call girls of the type that one might imagine an imaginary prostitute-using trump would hire. some, for example, just are attracted to the high life and the amazing amount of money they can earn if they are beautiful and sexy enough. some are drug addicts and are supporting their habits. at the lower ends of the profession, you find various types of desperation and need, and some very sad stories. as for calling those who spread false information to fight their opponents “worse than prostitutes”—well, there is indeed an awful lot of badness and forms of badness in the world. plenty to go around. posted by neo-neocon at 2:19 pm. filed under: men and women; 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