Unfortunately right now our culture seems interested in finding out whatever we can, instead of using discretion about what’s relevant and what’s not, and instead of thinking about whether the enormous pain we are about to inflict on the individuals involved (including innocent family members) is really worth it. Politicians are not the Kardashians. Their claim to fame isn’t who they are, but what they do.
Writes Katria Trinko at NRO.
Thanks to Daughter C, we have experiencing a “Bourbon Crisis” here at the Farm. Miss M has declared a BYOBYFB state. BYOBYFB is rather G.M.O.Y.A.
Despite The Bourbon Crisis, I think I’m capable of reading Katria’s post. And I have a few questions.
1. Should be, “Unfortunately,”
2. That’s a really bad sentence.
3. I do believe the Kardashians claim to fame is who they are. But I don’t know.
4. “Their claim to fame isn’t who they are, but what they do.” Who is “they?” The Kards or politicians?
5. Isn’t what you do in one-to-one correspondence with who you are?