Yeah, it was …
Remember when that black guy killed that white kid and it took forever to arrest him? Me neither.—
Andy Borowitz (@BorowitzReport) March 27, 2012
The only man I’ve ever feared
Was the man who once feared me
And the only man I truly loathed
Was the man I longed to be
He once was you and you were him
But here’s the ambiguity
All men were at once both of them
And once both of them were me
I cannot say I felt your pain,
For it would not be true.
Could not imagine, much less feign
This strange kinship with you.
I could not close my eyes and see
Myself devoid of her.
The somber surreality
Of memories when we were. Read the rest of this entry
Certainly fit the profile: 1. Black 2. Hoodie 3. Expensive car
All jokes aside, I had to admit (after I got my laugh on) that this guy is a real super-hero.
Hope he comes to my town!
This course introduces the fundamentals of American political thought from the colonial era to the present. Topics include discussions pertaining to:
1. POLITICS, n. A conflict of interests masquerading as a contest of principles where all matters of public affairs are for private advantage.
2. POLITICIANS, n. Leeches in the fundamental mud upon which the super-structure of a quasi-organized society is built.
3. THE PRESIDENCY, n. The greased pig in the field game of American politics.
Students are expected to demonstrate in depth knowledge of the subject matter – as either its perpetrators or its victims.