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Saturday, October 3, 2020

Part 2 of Saturday's single-item additions. Oct 3 2020


. Our other quickie covers "Hardly Strictly." This one resumes our ongoing series of our editor's "take" on events in and out of the arts.


He can't even get sick without lying about it

Are you attuned to the latest bucketload of defecation hitting the rotary oscillator? 

When the ONLY lying he could justifiably do would be of the prone variety in a hospital bed...

Trump's daktaris, who seem to double as envoys from the ministry of propaganda, did a presser this morning on the steps of Walter Reed. It was the usual Trumpian slalom around questions and facts, except for one lil' ol' thing: The timeline that was inadvertently revealed of Trump's awareness of testing positive does not add-up with his presentation of symptoms.

Oh, and in addition to the Trump Train of infected GOP Senators and Congressmen who were attending those Branch Covidian rallies and maskless fund raisers all week? Chris Christie announced at 8:30 am-ish PDT today that his 'Enery the Eighthness has also tested positive after being repeatedly of late in the maskless presence of the Orange Imbecile.

One focus of convergent vectors goes back to last Saturday's maskless marathon in the Rose Garden, when Trump unmasked his SCOTUS nom, gave her the naked (er, maskless) embrace, and took her and the family indoors for additional superspreading.

Of course it's way more than one game of Russian roulette. And this morning, newly atop the pile in the doesn't-add-up department, most likely one of Trump's more consequential lies. 


Offstage, do you hear Bugs Bunny munching a carrot?

Or maybe you prefer this closing line:

Film at eleven. Right after the "Bring out your dead" call.

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