But then Trump started to make actual decisions — choosing as his chief strategist a white-nationalist sympathizer like Steve Bannon, reviving the old flag-burning culture war (more Reagan-era nostalgia! The whole post-truth, whatever-I-say-is-real aspect of the Trump administration has begun to suggest that we’re living in a movie like “Dr.) as an ominous way to signal that his belief in absolute, anti-PC freedom of speech begins and ends with his own tweets. Strangelove,” with Trump himself as a corporate version of Gen. (From the movie: “If we were to immediately launch an all-out and coordinated attack on all their airfields and missile bases, we’d stand a damn good chance of catchin’ ’em with their pants down.”) Now, however, the darkness has given way to something more absurd.The women of Kazakhstan have been remarked upon since the time of Alexander the great and to this day constitute some of the world's most attractive women.The women of Kazakhstan are typically dark haired and dark eyed with a mixture of Slavic and oriental appearance. For me, laziness and sloppiness is a huge factor in Taiwan and that's never interesting.Be honest about your feelings and it should be fine.And if we evolve as intelligent human beings in 10 years’ time, perhaps a column such as this will no longer be necessary.I never imagined a sex column would provoke death threats, but as they say, “Only in the Philippines,” which, by the way, I like to describe as the love child of Borat and Kafka–at times surreal, often absurd, every now and then sublime, but always compelling.
” And no matter how many times he said it, it never got old, because its effect was deeply and strangely nostalgic: It took us back to a world where the worst thing that could happen to you on the job is that you did get fired.
Donald Trump’s run for the presidency has always cried out for showbiz metaphors.
That’s because, from the kickoff, it has been an act of showbiz, all emanating from a man who would probably never have come close to winning the office had he not been a reality-TV star.
Trump’s persona on “The Apprentice” and “The Celebrity Apprentice” — the boardroom grandee, an imperious and hectoring fat cat — fed into his candidacy in an obvious way (he already seemed like The Boss).
But it also fed into it in a way that went nearly unnoticed: It launched his Ronald Reagan 2.0 nostalgia.