This is about constitutional principles, not the fact that people keep vandalizing me.
I believe in one man, one vote. But how do we pick the one man who gets to vote? Clearly it should be the strongest man of all. Who is the strongest man? Is it a sumo wrestler, or a yoga master, or some sort of electric green fellow? There’s only one way to decide: with a fighting tournament held on my private island.—Bernie Sanders
Just occurred to me that we should tweet about Game of Thrones in the style of the New York Times covering a Trump rally. For example, Cersei is known for her inaccurate refrains. Tormund Giantsbane is a firebrand sometimes known for incendiary remarks and behavior. #GoTasNYT
While some accuse the Night King of wishing to bring death to all, he contends that his mission is simply to bring forth a seasonal change that would slow the harmful effects of global warming. He says most supporters are simply fed up with the unequal feudal system. #GoTasNYT
The Night King acknowledges how racism has played a small role in his ascent among the White Walkers, but he also points to the legitimate concerns of his supporters regarding a caste system that has left them for dead. #GoTasNYT
Some operatives worry that Daenerys Targaryen is “unlikable” and “not a leader.” One adviser even said she could be “as shrill as one of her dragons.” But advisers are working on a proposal where Targaryen would share the Iron Throne with the well-respected Jon Snow. #GoTasNYT
does she get offended that Donald Trump denies they had sex?
Quick as a streak of lightning, she said: “It doesn’t offend me. I mean, he also thinks climate change isn’t real.”
Some people experiment with drugs. My youthful indiscretion led me down the weird path of tribal individualism
According to the federal government, at the same time he was building a nationwide political network and serving as one of the most visible young faces of Trump’s populist movement, Lambert was also posing online as a high-powered New York lawyer, eventually making off with tens of thousands of dollars in fees he stole from unwitting clients seeking legal services.