37 thoughts on “Person Woman Man Camera TV

  1. I have been a huge fan of the brilliant Sarah Cooper since I first saw one of her quick bits on Twitter several months ago. Her takes on his medical advice and a previous one on cognitive testing are hilarious—as is “ How to Real Estate.”

    Nan, are you having any WP issues lately? Today, for the second time in a month, I published a post that has not appeared on Reader—and of course there’s no help available on weekends. Persona non grata as a non-Block-accepter?

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    • Hi Annie … no, I haven’t experienced any WP issues. I rarely check the Reader but if I get “likes” and/or comments, I figure everything is working. 🙂 Hope things get back to normal for you.

      I rarely follow YouTube videos, but methinks I may need to make an exception with Sarah. What a jewel!

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    • Hi annie. I am not having that issue, though it happens randomly on distant occasions, but my problem with WP at present is the lack of paragraph breaks when I write comments.
      Here starts a new paragraph. Then I write a sentence or ten, and hit another parapgh break twice so as to separate two totally unrelated thoughts.
      One.
      Two.
      Starting new, and ending. It’s been this way maybe since coronavirus broke out in China, but I’m not Trumpish enough to think Trump Flu is out to get me personally.
      PB, and sign off.

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        • At least there’s line breaks if not paragraph separation. I too have noticed that recent comments I’ve made turn into one continuous paragraph on many (but not all) WordPress sites. No idea why. Several rather long ones I made this morning have ended up that way, and if it was me, I wouldn’t bother trying to read such a large block of text. Perhaps I’ll have to insert HTML paragraph markers instead of two line breaks in order for comments to be readable again.

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          • Funny thing is, now, 9 hours later, all the paragraph breaks have been stuck back in, whereas 4 hours ago it was one big paragraph. (If you did that for me, Nan, nice person that I know you are, thank you.) But otherwise, WP is succeeding in making me paranoid.

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            • I haven’t done a thing … and it looks the same on my computer as it did the day you posted it … ?? Much ado about nothing, IMO. The message is what’s important, not how it looks. 🙂

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            • The message is important yes. If one takes the time to read it. I was reminded today that some people don’t read long bulky paragraphs because they don’t like things that aren’t simple.

              Yes, this is a Tempest in a Shakespearean anthology, Some people disagree whether the soliloquy that ends The Tempest is or is not Shakespeare’s retirement notice. Other people just say, Who’s Shakespeare? lol.

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          • Lol. Maybe avoiding the long, boring paragraphs is why I am getting less replies lately too. Dear People, please don’t find my comments boring. They are meant to excite, incite, and foment replies. I cannot live without your replies. I’m a discussion junkie. I love to watch myself talk…

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  2. You painted me with a big smile. Thanks, Nam.
    For the record, I have been tested for cognitive and physical abilities/impairment (prior to surgery was SOP). While I did fine, I was supposed to. It is a dementia eval to see if I lost a step when repeated post op.
    I knew why I was being tested.
    I do not know why he was tested.
    Did you order that test of him for some reason? 🙂 (eye roll and grin)

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    • Not only a national embarrassment, but from scuttlebutt I’ve heard/read, he’s laughed at elsewhere as well. And he’s totally deaf and blind to all of it. But it makes sense. When you’re so busy telling everyone how great you are, there’s no room for other conversations.

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      • If the rest of the world portrays Trump as our media in Aotearoa New Zealand does, then it’s surprising that he has any supporters at all. But then I recall that since lockdown ended, I personally met a person who thought the Donald was doing a better job of handling the pandemic than our Jacinda had here. Go figure.

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        • I am married to one of those. He has the decency to not try to drown me with convincing argurments, but now and then some of his opinions sound like they’ve been manicured by Trump.

          I think he knows if he shows up with a MAGA hat there might be problems. =)

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  3. Nan, too funny. I was thinking what is going through the reporter’s mind as the president so proudly talks about this, as per usual, again, again and again. Yet, watch any press conference, unscripted speech or interview, and that is what happens – he says it, then says it again, again, again…Does it make you feel safer that this person knows the nuclear codes? Keith

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    • But listening to that imbecile’s voice for 1-min 40-secs was the most wasted hot-air flush of non-sense I have EVER listened to and wasted my entire life!!! That is no joke people! 🤦‍♂️

      He didn’t really say ANYTHING did he Nan? 🤔

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      • That vacuity and nonsense is, I think, the brilliance of Sarah Cooper’s revelatory performances.
        With regard to your second observation, she has said her practicing around the house is driving her husband crazy—as we can well understand!

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        • Oh hell. Her poor husband. Geezzz.

          Every time I accidentally hear his voice (TV or radio) I literally feel convulsions coming on and my stomach getting nauseated 🤢 primarily because I do not want to listen to 6th-grade level gibberish that is either 99% useless, unimportant or 100% unverified blabbering or flat-out lies. Therefore, I rush (almost in a panic) to change the TV channel or turn-off the radio! Yes, he is way beyond repulsive to me that I have developed a very real neurological aversion to the half-bovin, half-Jackanapes.

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  4. She is brilliant.
    What makes her effort even more so is how it demonstrates just how incoherent and possibly mentally ill Trump is.
    In all honesty, as a ”foreigner” I simply cannot understand how this man was even nominated by his party let alone able to win an election.

    Sadly, or disturbingly it says more about the electorate than it does about Trump.

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    • The “electorate” that put Trump in the White House did so based on the fact he supports their fascism (as defined in my latest post). The incoherent and mentally ill part didn’t really show up until he’d already been voted in.

      And while many of us aren’t “foreigners,” we can’t understand either …

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      • but if you look back at his pre-election rallies, they weren’t exactly a perfect flow of English, a LOT of them veered from side to side with a few right angle turns, too. Even the commentators noticed it.

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    • He didn’t win it, he stole it. You don’t lose an election by a margin of 3 Million votes (on your side), you lose it in the electoral college thing, which was obviously tampered with. Easy to forget that part.

      And if you notice, he is still campaigning against Obama AND Hillary.

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