Remember, Bill, just because you saw it, heard it or, read it on The Front Page of the Internet, —baby!
It ain’t necessarily so.
Did you know that it was actually the French who went ahead and invented the “Q’s”?
Anyway, as always —on OverTime— context follows on last week’s Weekend Edition.
TimeStamp… metaphorically speaking is
Dime–a–dozen in Central NATO Time.
“There’s an old saying, if you want to go for the king, you must kill the king.”
The Guy who held Rudolph Guiliani’s post as New York’s district attorney and failed to docket a case against the 1980’s Donald Trump…
as heard on the Bill Maher Metaphorical Reality Show, in reel time, of course.
But speaking of grandparents in the Trump era… have you heard the latest poll on “dissolving nana’s y oma’s” on the Southern District of New York’s Fifth Avenue?
John Heilemann, has the latest. Stay Tuned for more. In the mean time it’s time for another edition of Frequency Hop.
ATTACHMENT: Saving Mexico
Edición “año de Hidalgo 2012–2018”
Lame duck president of Mexico buys** a handful of missiles from the U.S. before leaving office. Why?
From the reddits_ Perhaps because of the narco vulerabilities that the Cougars have when fighting the war on drugs, president Enrique Peña Nieto felt the need for securing a handfull of powerful U.S. missiles during his last year in office.
A recent situation report released for the civilian population reveals that Mr. Peña Nieto wants “to have a significant impact” on the meanest cartel on the narco–flavor list of his six–year presidential term, and which as of this weekend remains on the dockets of the Cartel Jalisco Nueva Generación, o algo así.
The order for these weapons normally reserved for blowing up war ships was apparently approved by the U.S. Department of State six months before Andrés Manuel López Obrador political party sweeped the established Two-party turn–over system known on the extreme left side of the Mexican political fence as El PRIAN, a fusion made up of politicians from the Partido Revolucionario Institucional and the Partido Acción Nacional.
In Central Europe
it’s a quarter to Three o’Clock in the afternoon.