Really? What was your first clue?

He has no principles. None. None. You can’t trust him. His goddamned tweet and lying, oh my God. The change of stories. The lack of preparation. The lying. Holy shit. It’s the phoniness of it all. It’s the phoniness and this cruelty. Donald is cruel.”

On another subject:

“He doesn’t read. I did his homework for him.”

Her assistance didn’t seem to help much. Even with his sister completing his home assignments, Trump was still a mediocre-to-poor student.

What the hell is wrong with the Grand Canyon?

Now I want to go to Vermont, just to see the world’s tallest filing cabinet. Forget Tuscany and the South of France. Vermont is party central!

Dover Downs, whatever that is, may be lame, but I am kinda surprised that there are any attractions at all in Delaware, lame or not. As I recall, their “Welcome” sign says, “Hi, you have accidentally entered Delaware. Check your GPS.”

I have not been to the Field of Dreams, and I will concede that it probably sucks, but I can’t see how it could be less interesting than the Bridges of Madison County.

And while I’m on a roll, how could Times Square be a worse New York attraction than this legendary state park?

The pride of Vermont, the inspiration of America, and the site of my next vacation. I will try to talk my daughter into having a destination wedding there, assuming that Donald J. Trump State Park will not honor our reservation.

I have to say that I truly believe in the indomitable will and can-do spirit of the American people. In the spirit of John F Kennedy, I challenge us to create a taller filing cabinet by the end of the decade. We strive to do this not because it is easy, or because it is hard, but because it is silly.

Article from Roadside America


Janet Fielding is an Australian actress who acted in Doctor Who as companion Tegan Jovanka. This is Fielding’s sex and post-sex scene in a play called The Warp, by Neil Oram, performed in January of 1979, at the ICA Theatre on The Mall in London, just off Trafalgar Square.

The Warp is notorious in that its ten acts require 22 hours to present in full, and the lead character is on stage for all but five minutes. It is often broken down into several performances on consecutive nights, but it has been performed straight through, causing the Guinness people to certify it as the longest play ever performed. For the lead actor it’s more a test of memorization and bladder control than actual acting. (I suppose the audience has to exercise some impressive bladder control as well. It must be like attending one of those EST sessions.)