Ronald Reagan was a great believer in this method of distributing wealth. What it means, if I am on a Desert Island with one other person, and I grab the one & only glass of milk, that other person can have what trickles down from my mouth.
If we share the glass of milk, we may have the strength & inspiration to share ideas & ways to get off that Desert Island, and maybe even live to tell the story. We replaces ‘other’ & we can operate for the Commonweal, rather than one individual taking all & inflicting harm in the process.
To me, that’s the essence of Trickle-Down Economics. It’s not good for us in the long-term. A street artist has caught some of the milk we should all be able to share.
This should be seen as one of the exhibits at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, but Nancy would not let such stuff in–it does not fit in with her concept of Freedom of Speech. Odd, considering the value his Administration gave to this issue…
Seems that the culture of graffiti raises its head in a most ungraceful manner (play on Germanic origins of an English word a potential accident)–the Men’s Room. What law requires this lowbrow freedom of speech to lurk here & not in a setting (sitting?) more conducive to more appropriate & articulate opportunities to enrich the world is one that is beyond my comprehension. At any rate, here are more savage examples of where not to write wrongs. At least nothing seems to indicate for a mediocre time, call.…So, we must be thankful for being spared that.
This one will corner you!
Things are looking up: validation for a good interview.
Grim defined. Grimy thoughts shared. Too bad they did not stay in Las Vegas.
A swirl of words, among the clutter of letters is culture.