Tuesday 26 November 2019

Power Play

A lingerie ad as an erotic video. But who's chasing whom? See you in Room 438.

Published on Feb 8, 2014 by lovecodeTV
YouTube: Power Play (3:52)
Lovecode Lingerie short video promo http://lovecodelingerie.com
Shot at location Sound Garden Hotel Warszawa http://www.soundgardenhotel.pl
Cast - Magdalena Perlinska & Marcin Twardowski
Story - Ewa & Valmaar
Director - Vamaar
1st Assistant Director - Ewa
Camera - Valmaar
Edit - Valmaar & Ewa
Hair & Make-up - Anna Wójcik
Music - Massive Attack "Angel"


web site: Love Code Lingerie
New luxury lingerie brand.

Facebook: Love Code Lingerie
In Lovecode Lingerie, we believe that every woman can feel beautiful and sexy at any time. We think that you can be dressed in sensual lingerie both leaving in the morning for work and in your spare time. You do not need a separate set of underwear to the office and a separate for the bedroom. Lovecode Lingerie guarantees maximum wearing comfort and at the same time will ignite the senses.

In Lovecode Lingerie passionately devote ourselves to creating the highest quality lingerie that being comfortable and functional at the same time gives you maximum confidence because it's super sexy and you know what you wear. You feel that you tread firmly on the ground and it's up to you how this day will roll out ...

All our lingerie products we proudly produce in Poland.

Wikipedia: Angel (Massive Attack song)
"Angel" is a song by English trip hop group Massive Attack. It features lead vocals and songwriting from Horace Andy, and is partially based on Andy's song "You are My Angel". It was released as the third single from their third studio album, Mezzanine (1998), on 13 July 1998. "Angel" peaked at number 30 on the UK Singles Chart.

Published on Mar 6, 2009 by massiveattack
YouTube: Massive Attack - Angel (5:24)


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Friday 18 October 2019

The Rolling Stones: Rock and Hard Place

Published on Oct 8, 2018 by Declan Linnington
YouTube: The Rolling Stones - Rock And A Hard Place (Single Version)

The fields of Eden
Are full of trash
And if we beg and we borrow and steal
We'll never get it back
People are hungry
They crowd around
And the city gets bigger as the country comes begging to town
We're stuck between a rock
And a hard place
Between a rock and a hard place

This talk of freedom
And human rights
Means bullying and private wars and chucking all the dust into our eyes
And peasant people
Poorer than dirt
Who are caught in the crossfire with nothing to lose but their shirts
Stuck between a rock
And a hard place
Between a rock and a hard place
You'd better stop put on a kind face
Between a rock and a hard place

We're in the same boat
On the same sea
And we're sailing south
On the same breeze
Guiding dream churches
With silver spires
And our rogue children
Are playing loaded dice
Give me truth now
Don't want no sham
I'd be hung drawn and quartered for a sheep just as well as a lamb
Stuck between a rock
And a hard place
Between a rock and a hard place
You'd better stop
Put on a kind face
Can't you see what you've done to me


Wikipedia: Rock and a Hard Place
"Rock and a Hard Place" is a song by the Rolling Stones from their 1989 album Steel Wheels. It is the second single from the album, and remains to this day the most recent Billboard top 40 hit by the band.

Wikipedia: Steel Wheels
Steel Wheels is the 19th British and 21st American studio album by The Rolling Stones, released in 1989, and the final album of new material the band would record for Columbia Records.

Wikipedia: The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989 and the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2004. Rolling Stone magazine ranked them fourth on the "100 Greatest Artists of All Time" list and their estimated record sales are above 250 million. They have released 30 studio albums, 23 live albums and numerous compilations. Let It Bleed (1969) marked the first of five consecutive No. 1 studio and live albums in the UK. Sticky Fingers (1971) was the first of eight consecutive No. 1 studio albums in the US. In 2008, the band ranked 10th on the Billboard Hot 100 All-Time Top Artists chart. In 2012, the band celebrated its 50th anniversary. They still continue to release albums to brisk sales and critical acclaim; their most recent album Blue & Lonesome was released in December 2016 and reached No. 1 on the UK Album Charts and No. 4 in the U.S. and won a Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album. The group also continues to sell out venues, with their No Filter Tour ongoing since September 2017.


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Wednesday 16 October 2019

Axel and Romina: Bachata Zouk

Published on Jan 2, 2013 by Axel y Maria Bachata Sensual
YouTube: Axel and Romina l Climax - Usher l BachataZouk Sexy dance 2017 (0:55)

Sexy, indeed. Sensual also comes to mind. Ballroom dancing is an interesting synergy: the whole is greater than the sum of the parts. Two people together working as a coordinated unit to produce an eye-catching spectacle of unified movement.

It would seem that bachata is a slower version of the salsa, originating from the Dominican Republic.

Zouk also refers to a dance, originally from the Caribbean but then expropriated and modified in South America.

I found scant information about the above dancers, but did manage to work out this. Axel Antezana is a dancer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. He's posted a number of YouTube videos, mainly with his regular partner Maria, but with others as well. Romina Hidalgo is also from Buenos Aires, Argentina, and seems to be very involved in the local dance scene as both a performer and an instructor.

Instagram: Axel Antezana

Instagram: Romina Hidalgo

YouTube channel: Axel y Maria Bachata Sensual

Facebook: Axel y Maria Bachata

Wikipedia: Bachata (dance)
Bachata is a style of social dance from the Dominican Republic which is now danced all over the world. It is connected with bachata music.

Often referred to in the West as "authentic / Dominican" bachata, the original social dance was created in the Dominican Republic during the 1960s and was danced only in closed position, like the bolero, often in close embrace. Bachata basic steps are performed by moving within a small square (side, side, forward and then tap with your toes, then side, side, back and tap). This step was inspired by the bolero basic step, but evolved over time to include a tap and syncopations (steps in between the beats), helping dancers express the more dynamic music being commonly played. The hand placement can vary according to the position of the dances, which can range from very close to open to completely open.

Wikipedia: Bachata (music)
Bachata is a genre of Latin American music that originated in the Dominican Republic in the first half of the 20th century with Indigenous, African and European musical elements.

The first recorded compositions of Bachata were done by José Manuel Calderón from the Dominican Republic. Bachata originates from Bolero and Son (and later, from the mid 1980s, Merengue). The original term used to name the genre was amargue ("bitterness", "bitter music", or "blues music"), until the rather ambiguous (and mood-neutral) term bachata became popular. The form of dance, bachata, also developed with the music.

Wikipedia: Brazilian Zouk
Brazilian Zouk is a partner dance which began in Brazil during the early 90s. Brazilian Zouk evolved from the partner dance known as the Lambada. As the Lambada music genre went out of fashion, Lambada dancers turned to Caribbean Zouk (from the francophone, Caribbean Islands) as their music of choice. It was this transition that birthed the dance known as Brazilian Zouk. The term "Brazilian Zouk" was adopted in order to distinguish the dance style from the musical genre "Caribbean Zouk". Nowadays the term "Zouk" is commonly used to refer to the "Brazilain Zouk" dance style. The most characteristic feature of Brazilian Zouk is the follower's upper body movements which are led out of axis by intricate leading and following techniques. Other features include body isolations, tilted turns and more recently counter-balance techniques. Brazilian Zouk is a dance with well defined basic steps and rhythmic patterns. The representation of these steps and rhythmic patterns varies depending on the substyle of Zouk. The overall plasticity of the movements and the range of musical genres it is danced to, make Brazilian Zouk a partner dance that caters to creativity and improvisation. Over time, Zouk dancers have experimented and incorporated other styles of music into Zouk, such as R'n'B, Pop, Hip Hop and Contemporary (amongst others).

Published on Aug 1, 2016 by Axel y Maria Bachata Sensual
YouTube: Grupo extra - Besos a Escondidas | Bachatazouk AXEL & MARIA (4:04)


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Monday 14 October 2019

Sax Squatch

And now for something completely different.

Published on Oct 5, 2019 by Sax Squatch
YouTube: Saxsquatch - You Don’t Know Me (0:55)

official web site: https://www.saxsquatch.com/

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Sax Squatch appears to be this gentleman.

Facebook: Dean Mitchell

Published on Aug 24, 2019 by Sax Squatch
YouTube: A Relaxing Day with Saxsquatch (0:33)
In beautiful Paducah Kentucky today


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Monday 7 October 2019

Marv Newland: Bambi Meets Godzilla

Published on Sep 11, 2013 by World of Gojira
YouTube: Bambi Meets Godzilla Original (1969) (1:30)

Wikipedia: Bambi Meets Godzilla
Bambi Meets Godzilla (1969) is an animated short film created entirely by Marv Newland. Less than two minutes long, the film is a classic of animation; it was listed #38 in the book The 50 Greatest Cartoons (1994).

The opening credits, consisting entirely of roles filled by Newland himself, scroll over an animated image of the character Bambi serenely grazing while the Call to the Dairy Cows from Rossini's opera William Tell (1829) plays in the background. After the credits, Bambi looks up to see Godzilla's foot coming down, squashing him flat (set to the final chord of The Beatles' "A Day in the Life" slowed down to half speed). After a moment, the closing credits appear alongside the image of Godzilla's foot atop Bambi. The closing credits give grateful acknowledgement to the city of Tokyo "for their help in obtaining Godzilla for this film". Godzilla's toe claws wiggle once and the cartoon ends.

Wikipedia: Marv Newland
Marv Newland is an American-Canadian filmmaker, specialized in animation. [He is best known for Anijam (1984), CMYK (2011) and Bambi Meets Godzilla (1969).]

Note: CMYK stands for cyan, magenta, yellow, and key or black. These are the four colors of ink used in the traditional method of printing hardcopies of images, called offset printing.

Published on Oct 28, 2013 by NFB
YouTube: CMYK (7:16)
CMYK is a dizzying celebration of sound, colour and movement. Director Marv Newland and animator Kunal Sen meticulously assembled multitudes of CMYK symbols, pulled off flaps of common printed materials like cereal boxes. Freed from their workaday origins, these objects become moving artwork. Coloured dots pulsate chaotically, crosshairs roll languidly and primary shapes dance compellingly, while the music by composer Lisa Miller and the Quatuor Bozzini quartet is equally spontaneous. The result: an unrestrained riot of colour and energy.

Published on Jul 29, 2018 by The Local Cess Pool
YouTube: CMYK (10:14)
In the early eighties, Marv Newland organized a collaboration between many animation artists insisting they did whatever they wanted with his design - so long as the artist ends with a clear drawing the artist after him or her can start their scene with.


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Wednesday 2 October 2019

Classics IV: Spooky

Published on Apr 26, 2018 by DUOPHONIC_for STEREO phonographs II
YouTube: Spooky (HQ)(1968) Classics IV
Video stereo synch of Spooky by Classics IV

In the cool of the evenin'
When everything is gettin' kind of groovy
I call you up and ask you if you'd like to
Go with me and see a movie

First you say no
You've got some plans for the night
And then you stop, and say, all right
Love is kinda crazy with a spooky little girl like you

You always keep me guessin'
I never seem to know what you are thinkin'
And if a fella looks at you
It's for sure your little eye will be a-winkin'

I get confused
'Cause I don't know where I stand
And then you smile and hold my hand
Love is kinda crazy with a spooky little girl like you
Spooky, heh, yeah

If you decide someday to stop
This little game that you are playin'
I'm gonna tell you all the things
My heart's been a-dyin' to be sayin'

Just like a ghost
You've been a-hauntin' my dreams
So I'll propose on Halloween
Love is kinda crazy with a spooky little girl like you

Spooky, spooky
Oh, whoa, all right, I said spooky
Oh, yeah, yeah, I said spooky
Yeah, yeah
Oh spooky, spooky
I said spooky


Wikipedia: Spooky (Classics IV song)
"Spooky" was originally an instrumental song performed by saxophonist Mike Sharpe (Shapiro), written by Shapiro and Harry Middlebrooks Jr, which first charted in 1967 hitting #57 on the US pop charts. Its best-known version was created by James Cobb and producer Buddy Buie for the group Classics IV when they added lyrics about a "spooky little girl". The vocalist was Dennis Yost. The song is noted for its eerie whistling sound effect depicting the spooky little girl. It has become a Halloween favorite. In 1968, the vocal version reached #3 in the U.S. (Billboard Hot 100) and #46 in the UK.

Wikipedia: Classics IV
The Classics IV is a band formed in Jacksonville, Florida, United States, in 1965. The band is often credited for establishing the "soft southern rock" sound. The band, led by singer Dennis Yost, is known mainly for the hits "Spooky", "Stormy", and "Traces", released 1967 to 1969, which have become cover standards.


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Saturday 7 September 2019

Friday 6 September 2019

Turia Pitt

Somebody on Facebook posted the following picture.

I had to investigate this story.

Wikipedia: Turia Pitt
Turia Pitt (born 24 July 1987) is an Australian mining engineer, humanitarian, athlete, motivational speaker and author.

In September 2011, Pitt was competing in an ultramarathon through Western Australia's Kimberley region, when she was caught in a grass fire. During a subsequent inquiry, she stated there was "nowhere else to go" when the competitors tried to outrun an out-of-control blaze that swept up Selena Gorge, just outside Kununurra. Pitt suffered burns to 65 percent of her body. It was several hours before medical help arrived and she was air-lifted out. Doctors did not expect her to survive her injuries.
Medical problems
Prior to the ultramarathon incident, Pitt was a healthy, fit athlete. As a result of her injuries in the fire, she was placed in a medically-induced coma for a month. All the fingers of her right hand, and two fingers on her left, had to be amputated. She endured six months in hospital, underwent over 200 operations and spent two years in recovery. During that time, she was required to wear a full-body compression suit and mask, and only allowed to remove for an hour a day. The mask was required to help smooth out the scars on her face and body. She removed it for the first time on the 60 Minutes program revealing her face to the world.

She is an Ambassador for ReSurge International, and has raised money for the organisation by leading trekking adventures. In that capacity, she walked the Great Wall of China in 2014, the Inca Trail in 2015, and the Kokoda Track in 2016. Through this work, along with her support for other ReSurge International fundraising initiatives, she has directly and indirectly contributed to more than $1 million being raised to support the organisation's work.

Wikipedia: ReSurge International
ReSurge International, formerly known as Interplast, is the first international humanitarian organization to provide free reconstructive surgery in developing countries, primarily to children with cleft lip and palate and burn scar contractures.

Woman's Day - May 16/2019
In pictures: Turia Pitt and Michael Hoskin's love story by Chloe Lal
Turia Pitt and fiancé Michael Hoskin's love story is one for the ages... Their relationship is an integral part of Turia's inspiring story of survival. She often cites Michael's love as what kept her going during her horrific ordeal, revealing he makes her feel like "the luckiest girl in the world."

Published on Oct 21, 2014 by TED Talks
YouTube: Unmask your potential | Turia Pitt | TEDxMacquarieUniversity
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences.

Turia Pitt was named Cosmopolitan’s ‘Woman of the Year’ for 2013, short-listed for this year’s ‘Young Australian of the Year’ and the winner of the recent NSW ‘Woman of the Year’ Awards. She is a burns survivor, motivational speaker, engineer and published author. She has a double degree in Mining Engineering and Science and graduated with first class honours. Her memoir ‘Everything to Live For’ was published late in 2013.

Final Word
I've had a tough day. I'm frustrated, even angry. Things aren't going right, and it's upsetting. Then I see this. I'm stunned. I'm amazed. Even ashamed. I have no idea of the problems, the challenges faced by some other people. In comparison, I'm living the dream. I'm humbled, and quite rightly, I should be humbled. I have no idea of their struggles.


official web site: Turia Pitt

my blog: Poor Me - Jun 21/2010
Jacqueline Saburido, born in 1978 in Venezuela, went to the United States in 1999 to study English. On September 19, 1999, she went to a birthday party and after two or three hours, she and her four friends decided to go home. During the drive, their vehicle was hit by an SUV driven by a man, Reginald Stephey, 17 years old, who was drunk. Two passengers were killed immediately; the other two were only slightly injured. Jacqueline was trapped in the car, one foot stuck underneath his seat. The car caught fire and Jacqueline suffered burns over 60% of her body. The consequence of this tragic accident, Jacqueline lost all the fingers of both hands, hair, ears, nose, lips, eyelid of the left eye and most of her sight. Since the accident she has had more than 50 surgeries and supposedly, others will follow.

my blog: Nick Vujicic: What can I complain about? - Jul 20/2011
Tetra-amelia is a word made up of two Greek words: "tetra" meaning four and "amelia" referring to the failure of an arm or leg to develop before birth. This rare disorder is characterized by an absence of all four limbs.

Nicholas James Vujicic, born 4 December 1982, was born with Tetra-amelia; he has no arms and no legs. "Nick", as he is called, was the eldest son of a Croatian family living in Brisbane, Australia. He was born limbless although has two feet, both toeless except for two toes on one foot. Other than this disability, he was born perfectly healthy.


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Saturday 10 August 2019

America is at a Reckoning

For some time now, I've been suspicious that something happened in 2016. Yes, Russia meddled, and that affected the outcome. Yes, people voted for the third-party candidates like Jill Stein, and that affected the outcome. But we all expected Hillary to win by a landslide. This wasn't supposed to be a contest; it wasn't even supposed to be close. Donald Trump was a joke and didn't have a snowball's chance.

What the dickens happened? This is so surreal; I have difficulty wrapping my head around it.

I put together the following pie chart based on numbers from U.S. Election Atlas. You can see that the real winner of the 2016 Election was "Did Not Vote". Now, that sounds funny, doesn't it? The biggest block of voters did not cast a ballot. Donald J. Trump is president based on merely 26% of all eligible voters. That's pretty far from a majority. That's not a ringing endorsement by a long shot.

The media, pundits, election experts and statisticians have all been focused on issues like Russia's involvement, how the electoral college system is antiquated and ignores the popular vote, how a vote for an independent client was a vote for Trump, gerrymandering, voter suppression, etc. All of those issues are important and deserve consideration. But look at the above pie chart. I repeat Hillary was supposed to win by a landslide.

In the film Fahrenheit 11/9, Michael Moore points out that the Democrats have won the popular vote in seven out of the last eight presidential elections. Based on that statistic, he concludes the majority of America is liberal, not conservative. Is it true: Is the silent majority just that, silent?

Last year, I put together the following image. With all the debate surrounding guns in the United States after a number of high-profile mass shootings, I got curious about the numbers. There were reports about the majority of Americans favoring some form of gun control, and yet there were little or no controls. The NRA wields an unprecedented amount of lobbying power in Washington and yet, they have only five million members, a mere 1.54% of the total population. What happened to the will of the people?

According to a June 20, 2019 poll conducted by Monmouth University, less than four in ten say Trump should be re-elected. If "Did Not Vote" cast their ballot, we should have a landslide. And yet, the fear of Trump winning in 2020 is great. Some prognosticators are predicting Trump will serve a second term. How could that be possible? Then again, just about everybody was wrong about Trump's first term.

This has been a long time coming
There are issues America has never dealt with: sexism, racism, homophobia, and xenophobia. Despite the best efforts of the founding fathers, the country has, at times, shown a brutal, parochial worldview.

Slavery. The United States of America, the largest economy in the world, the greatest military power, the "shining city on a hill", had institutionalized slavery. The subjugation of other races is in the blood of the nation.

Charlottesville. Like many people, I watched video clips of the protests. "Very fine people on both sides." I watched the parade of mostly men carrying torches and chanting, "Jews will not replace us." I saw the subsequent Internet meme: "You can't be a Nazi and an American. We had a war over this. The entire world was involved."

#MeToo. I read about Harvey Weinstein who I suppose can be inadvertently credited with having started the movement. Did he never look in the mirror and ask himself what he was doing? I'm a man. I can understand being horny and pushing the envelope, of being persistent to the point of being annoying. But Harvey, come on! You stepped over the line, drew a new line, and then stepped over that. Holy cow! And the subsequent list of big-name men who fallen from grace? I will now shake my head in surprise and disbelief, realizing my disbelief proves how well ingrained and hidden this has been in our culture. Boys will be boys. Grab 'em by the... well, you get my point.

Income inequality continually goes up. The national debt continually goes up. Heck, the deficit always goes up! Ronald Reagan, possibly America's first celebrity president, has the distinction of starting what has been a trend for Republicans and the country in general: an economy which is steadfastly growing out of control. In the Wikipedia article Reaganomics, it's pointed out that at the beginning of the Reagan presidency, the United States was the largest creditor nation in the world. At the end of Reagan's presidency, just eight years later, America had become the largest debtor nation in the world. That position has not changed but only gotten worse.

Ignorance is bliss
Jimmy Kimmel has an amusing bit where he sends a camera crew out on Hollywood Boulevard to interview people. In one segment, "Can You Name a Country?" (July 12/2018, YouTube 3:44) the interviewer gives the person a pointer and asks them to point out a country, any country, on a world map. Now, I'm sure they've edited the clip to show only the funniest, but it was nevertheless startling to see a general level of knowledge which can only be labelled as abysmal. I looked at the map and knew I couldn't name all the "-stans" of the former Soviet Republic, but people couldn't identify a single country, not even the United States!

Starting in the 2016 campaign through these two years of the Trump presidency, I've heard politicians, Fox News contributors, and Trump supporters voice opinions with such conviction and surprising ignorance. One of my favourites is, "I don't believe in global warming, but I'm not a scientist." First off, belief is not the equivalent of knowing. Second, admitting you're not a scientist is what? Some sort of Get-out-of-jail-free card in case you're wrong?

The above two Internet memes are funny but let me point out that they're funny because they're true. There's a false equivalency: an opinion is not equal to a fact. And one can't ignore facts and science just because they refuse to change their opinion. Someone may believe that two plus two equals five but repeating it over and over again isn't going to change anything. But I would point out that if somebody persists in saying the answer is five, sooner or later, reality is going to catch up with them. (FYI: For an interesting discussion of 2+2=5, look at the link below about George Orwell's book 1984.)

Fake News, Alternative Facts, and 2+2=5
Back in 1637, Réné Descartes figured out that the only thing he could be sure of was that he was thinking: "I think, there I am.". Everything else could very well be The Matrix. Admittedly, these philosophical exercises can be akin to mental masturbation, but in these days of Trump, when absolutely everything has been put on the table, we can all review our own belief system. Debating is a skill we should all develop. It's insufficient to say, "This is what I think." Prove it.

However, I've come to appreciate over these past few years just how much of our worldview, our belief system, comes from those around us: family, friends, peer group, leaders. While I can sit with somebody at a table at Starbucks and use two packets of sugar and two packets of sweetener to prove that two plus two equals four, there are a great number of things I can't prove myself. I must rely on others, but my choice of expertise says something about me.
  • The tobacco industry has marketed themselves to suppress data about the use of their product linked to cancer.
  • The fossil fuel industry has suppressed for decades research linking the burning of fossil fuels to global warming.
  • The sugar industry suppressed data linking their product to heart disease and set up a marketing campaign to suggest the problem was fat, not sugar.
It's interesting to consider that in the quest for profit, the above industries are killing their consumers. Now I don't think these industries sat down for a board meeting, took a vote, and all decided to literally kill people. I think they collectively demonstrate the human psychological condition of diminishing the importance of things we don't fully understand. Yes, cigarettes cause cancer, but I don't have cancer. Yes, fossil fuels cause global warming but what exactly is warm and how does that affect anything? Yes, I use sugar but I'm healthy, so what's the problem?

Final Word
Today, the lights are still on. But tomorrow? Of course, philosophers and therapists say we should all live in the present so let's let tomorrow take care of itself. That's much easier that trying to figure out what effect what we're doing today will have on tomorrow.

Dear children: Good luck. You're on your own.


Wikipedia: 2 + 2 = 5
The phrase "two plus two equals five" ("2 + 2 = 5") is a slogan used in propaganda, literature or other media, most notably the 1949 dystopian novel 1984 by George Orwell. In the novel, it is used as an example of an obviously false dogma that one may be required to believe, similar to other obviously false slogans promoted by the Party in the novel.

Psychology Today - Dec 27/2018
A Complete Psychological Analysis of Trump's Support by Bobby Azarian Ph.D.
Whether we want to or not, we must try to understand the Donald Trump phenomenon, as it has completely swept the nation and also fiercely divided it. What is most baffling about it all is Trump’s apparent political invincibility. As he himself said even before he won the presidential election, “I could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and I wouldn’t lose voters.” Unfortunately for the American people, this wild-sounding claim appears to be truer than not. It should also motivate us to explore the science underlying such peculiar human behavior, so we can learn from it, and potentially inoculate against it.


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