@wodekszemberg Yes -- my word-loathing party already includes impact as a verb, and many, many more. It's a big-tent party. - 14 hours ago
I'm disappointed in Obama for the first time: in his EMK eulogy today he used the unnaceptable "penned" as a synonym for "wrote." - 16 hours ago
Just drove eldest kid back to Vassar. Surprised & oddly pleased to see Reagan portrait taped on a dorm room window facing out. Diversity! - 16 hours ago "
The first "tweet," reminds me of 1984 with the goal of removing as many "wasteful" words as possible, perhaps Anderson is auditioning for a job in the current administration?
The second "tweet," definitely shows no bias (and actually no honest reporting) in his bro-mance with Obama - good objective coverage - that's what we like to see!
The third "tweet," is actually stunning - a Reagan portrait at Vassar (public school education, this is not) - must be a result from one of their "diversity - get in touch with your feelings, since you've offended everyone" training seminars!
These comments from one medium, demonstrating no bias (?) or a person above it all (?) or even super rich (?), needs to be compared to his own comments (written? penned? how about drawn with crayons, or scratched on a cave wall - I like those ones) from his RESET blog on Time.com:
"In ">Reset, I range pretty widely over politics, economics, pop culture and more. And as I finish my blogging for Time.com this week (thanks, Time.com!), I'm struck by the hopeful reset signs I continue to see all over the place.
In the book, I write about Hollywood's imminent reality check, how $20-million-a-picture movie stars' dull autopilot films may be about to be a thing of the past. Well, sure enough, here's today's New York Times, with a front–page story about how the summer's movie-star-fronted ">movies bombed.
Also in today's Times is a long piece confirming my central, hopeful Reset argument that that the quarter-century party's finally, really over for the super-rich. Meanwhile, the Fed chairman today “offered his most hopeful assessment in more than a year,” declaring that “the prospects for a return to growth in the near term ">appear good.”
And in the current New Yorker, Rick Hertzberg explains how California's profound political dysfunction may be about to reset radically, producing a state constitutional convention whose re-founders would be chosen randomly. Awesome.
It's the end of the world as we've known it. Sanity and common sense are returning. The new age is dawning."
Now, to be fair, I'm sure he was the kid who was always picked last in any event, and probably got tired of being stuffed in lockers in school (must have had plenty of time to write about his utopia, but maybe the airholes weren't big enough) - though those flashbacks must be tough, with the kinds of "oppressed people" (don't believe me, just ask them) who hang out at NPR (another public assistance program), though they can all feel empathy for one another, since they've all faced the shame - and with a face for radio, he has risen high in the ranks on the backs of the downtrodden - I'm surprised the whole crew at NPR hasn't pushed for the banning of lockers, though we do see the push for free and reduced lunches (probably because they all got tired of having their lunch money taken), but don't worry, Obama still has 1200 days of America's occupation to do so.