Let loose the reptiles
Here’s what I think is a really really good analysis of Trumpmania, from the August 22 New York Times: But the breadth of Mr. Trump’s coalitionis surprising at a time of religious, ideological and geographic divisions in the Republican Party. It suggests he has the potential to outdo the flash-in-the-pan . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Trump: Finally, someone gets it
Professor Rapaille, archetype guru
We first heard about the creativity of disruption in the 1950’s when Joseph Schumpeter revealed his theory: According to Schumpeter, creative destruction describes the “process of industrial mutation that incessantly revolutionizes the economic structure from within, incessantly destroying the old one, incessantly creating a new one”. A few years ago, . . . → Read More: CuriosityCat: Trump would be the Disruptive Presidency that the USA needs
Alison Redford crashes through the Alberta Legislature. Below: Frightened and relieved, Alberta Progressive Conservative MLAs race from the vicinity of the Legislative Building in Edmonton yesterday; Nostradamus; Moses. Actual Alberta politicians and legislative architectural renderings may not appear exactly as illustrated.
It must have seemed a little like the panic scene in post-war . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Miraculously, no one trampled as Tories race for Alberta Legislature’s exits
Below is actually a movie clip from the ‘Ten Commandments’. In the movie Moses parts the sea. I have asked this question before (Burning bush clip) and I will ask it again. Did Moses exist and did he part the sea? Or is it one of those religious myths? There is no historical evidence that . . . → Read More: LeDaro: Moses Parts the Sea
Did this really happen or is it one of those religious myths? There is no historical proof that Moses and Abraham existed.
So does this mean Moses was a stegosaurus? Alltop turns all four cheeks.