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Just a typical well-spent day drinking T

02 Aug

Some highlights of my day so far drinking T (the day is not even half over!):

  • I read the following summary in T of

Obama just became one of the great trolls of our time

I am a conservative who despises what Obama has done as president.

Trump ‘keeps proving’ he’s unfit to be president: Obama :0 President Obama on Tuesday condemned Donald Trump for his attacks…

Indeed, if House Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell were in fact thinking at all seriously about withdrawing their endorsements of Trump, they could not possibly do so now.

Look, Trump brought this upon himself, and it looks like if he goes down he’s going to do his best to bring Ryan and McConnell down with him.

He’s wrapping Trump around them and the GOP like a boa constrictor in hopes that the party’s leader is going to cut off the circulation to the party’s body and leave it suffocated, bloodless and dead.

  • I heard the summary that T created instantly of a 400-page book at

https://archive.org/details/storyoffilms00kenn

in T at

http://rftgyc.com/conversaTions/thestoryofthefilms.txt

I also reviewed the treemap for this book that T created for me.

  • Based on knowing what would interest me, T told me spontaneously that

He (Ronald Colman) played sophisticated, thoughtful characters of integrity with enormous aplomb, and swashbuckled expertly when called to do so in films like The Prisoner of Zenda (1937).

which made me want to see another of his movies again.

and

As the 1930s darkened towards war, Auden came to be seen as the leading spokesman of his generation, a political writer warning against the dangers of totalitarianism.

which made me wonder who today’s W H Auden might be.

and

Our Little Sister is full of quiet joy and simple pleasures, the taste of fresh whitebait over rice and plum wine steeped lovingly for a decade.

tempted me to go and see this Japanese movie playing in a theater nearby.

and

This (The Battle of Iwo Jima) month-long battle included some of the fiercest and bloodiest fighting of the War in the Pacific of World War II.

made me think of other deserving Purple Heart recipients.

What other software you know makes you think like T makes you ReFlecT (to) Grow Your Cleverness?

  • I found

http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/1369118X.2016.1200645

intriguing and relevant to T, so I heard the summary T produced at

http://rftgyc.com/conversaTions/Algorithmsandtheeveryday.pdf

and understood its essence in 10% of the time it would take anyone to read the full paper.

Does making sense of anything in this world of ours that we are blessed to live in interest you? Don’t you want to know more about what interests you? If so, go to T now at http://rftgyc.com to get the sort of understanding of that thing that you won’t get anywhere else for perhaps a few more decades to come.

We are launching today the “A Tease” feature on the sign-up page for you to see how others are using T even before you sign up or sign in to T.

Go to http://rftgyc.com and then never again go anywhere else.

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