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‘[B] ad guys … good guys’, ‘beleagured country’ (sic), ‘forced into war’, ‘given its territory by the UN in 1948’: and you've got the neck to accuse me of positing asininities?
Take for instance their campaign to change the law to lower car theft to the level of a teenage prank, God knows how many people's lives will be ruined by asininities such as this little gem.
A history uncluttered by fascistic sexism, fascistic politics, Fascistic Bully-ism, Avaristic profits, selfishness among the sexes, politicians and merchants and those who rise above rank ungifted fools which childishly wish to attempt to run the world by intimidation, whining, uneducated practicing well above their competencies or education, using ignorance, asininities and absurdity to eliminate everything their pea-brains cannot grasp.
Thus the newspaper man, wearily certain that regardless of what he asks or how he asks it, he will hear for answers only the clumsy asininities behind which the personalities, leaders and sacred white cows pompously attitudinize, gets so that he mumbles a bit incoherently.
Mr. Shaw's infinity of resource when the perversities and asininities of his fellow-men require castigation at his hands is too well known to call for comment or illustration.
"But there must be an intermediate order of angels, who are neither celestial nor infernal, who, for instance, commit the well-known asininities in the spiritist séances."
Why is it that I have intruded into this turmoil and manifested a desire to get our orthography purged of its asininities?