Or the District of Columbia (after Columbus, who initiated the genocide of Native Americans).
Or America, cribbed out of Amerigo Vespucci, the wicked Florentine cartographer who ascertained that the place called Brazil today was not the east coast of Asia but actually a New World — and so all our troubles began!
Willem Dafoe told USA Today that he had to “get out of town.” That was in 2007, while he was in Milwaukee visiting old pals and having a great time. “That’s what started the most important, and then I think everybody goes away from that for a little while. It’s like a primitive impulse.” USA Today said Dafoe left home after ). It’s a Jim Beam commercial based on and starring Willem Dafoe.
It has him watching a young version of himself in Appleton and imagining the different paths his life could have taken.
Well, there has been a lot of idle chatter the past half-century about the of this-and-that, and it seems that we have located one at last.
I expect that scientific studies out of our best universities will soon confirm that occult transmissions from the statue of Jefferson Davis (a double-devil named after an earlier devil) are responsible for the murder rate in Chicago.
Her startled announcement perked up Senator Cory Booker (D- NJ) who has been navigating those same halls only a few years.
He quickly introduced a bill to blackball the offending statues.
His response to the deadly statue situation (“…why not Washington and Jefferson…?
The ad might make you think he chose New York over Milwaukee.
In reality, Dafoe went to Milwaukee first where he studied acting at UWM and was part of Theater X, which closed in 2004.
Now has been an event to behold, not just some twenty-minute freak of astronomy.
What’s being blacked out is the perilously fragile condition of the financial system — a great groaning Rube Goldberg contraption of accounting fraud, grift, statistical deceit, and racketeering that pretends to support the day-to-day activities of our national life.