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Wednesday, 26 October 2016


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Try this:


[Wrong one--the one I tried to link is with Tom Hanks. --Mike]

As a long-time ex-pat but avid follower of the US situation, this really opened another view on the situation in the States for me. It's easy enough to get more or less informed commentary on, oh, say, just as an example, THE ELECTION, but hard to see what's going on from the bottom looking up. Thank you very much for that.

There's a hilarious new series on BBC radio 4 at the moment with american comedian Rich Hall about the US elections. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b07z4djf

Al's link is a different sketch but look in the sidebar.

This odd "picture in picture" version of the Tom Hanks skit seems to work in Canada: https://youtu.be/RhzqWREE46I

Facile. Two peoples seen from far across the class and race divides and the result is confused. For example, where I live in WV, the man would be spotted instantly for the personality and spirit of a loyal and generations deep Democrat. He's nothing like the hat wearing Trump supporters here. And the three blacks are "progressive"? They somehow express "the" black experience? I haven't heard anything like them since 60s and 70s sitcoms.

The writers and the actors should try to get out more.

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