with your hands on your own trumpets.
#Scaramucci is #smooth
this whole interview is delicious. i wonder if nathan can see himself in her characterization of trump?
Look, I think that he has an amazing belief in his own ability to will what he thinks into reality. And I think that he thinks of reality as something that is subjective. So I think that what people characterize as “he’s out of touch” or “he’s not understating this” or “he seems off,” or whatever—I think he has an amazing capacity to try to draw the world as he wants it. And I think that’s a lot of it.
Note the story told here …
… bold emphasis and comparison with the AC’s “unknown” is mine.
If not evidence of malicious deception, the story reveals a young man who is in over his head and out of his depth to such a degree that he does not know he is in over his head and out of his depth. The thought of summoning people who actually knew what was going on, checking with the administration as to the background of people with whom he was communicating or showing healthy skepticism about the people who were approaching him never occurred to him? Possible, but what a damning alibi.
#kushner #unknown #incompetence
Should we hold a person in power, who does not realize they are "beyond their depth" accountable for the harm that they do?— Seth Russell (@SethRussell) July 24, 2017
- Wapo – Obama denies racist white comment
- NYTimes – Obama didn’t eat any sandwitches on day in question
- Drudge – Obama starts controversy using public bathroom
- Fox – M$M blames it all on Trump
- Twitter – WOW! Didn’t know Obama eats shit sandwitches – did you folks …
- Facebook – What it might have lookliked in the bathroom – see photoshop attached
- YouTube – New song “Um .. Um .. Good! Slurp” sung by Obama impersonator
- SNL skit – impersonator walks out of bathroom with loaf of white bread under his arm singing “I cant get no satisfaction – Rolling Stones”
Note you can move your position in the streame to separate the commentary from what #kushner actually said …
There is no possible escape from the vicious circle that we can register only the behaviour of our own instrument. We conclude from the fact that it behaves at all, that there must be ‘a factor infinite and unknown’ at work upon it. This being the case, we may be sure that our apparatus is inherently incapable of discovering the truth about anything,
even in part.
or more concisely to the point …
you ALWAYS have insufficient information.@mark
Accept and move on #asymptotically !seth