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It’s Fun to Make Fun of New Zealand

It’s fun to make fun of New Zealand
It’s fun to make fun of them.

They stand too close to their sheep, you see
They stand too close to their sheep.
And they can’t build a decent battle tank.
No they can’t build a decent battle tank.
I even heard their last moon rocket
Was actually some kid’s toy.
Yeah, it was just some little kid’s toy.

But then you recall Jacinda.
Then Jacinda comes to mind.
The people elected Jacinda,
But we elected Trump.
Yes, we elected TRUMP.

It’s fun to make fun of America
It’s fun to make fun of them.
Yes, at least we can make fun of them.

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“Truth Isn’t Truth”

“Truth isn’t truth”  —  Rudy Giuliani, NBC “Meet the Press”,  August 19, 2018.

(About a 4 minute read)

In Western philosophy, the notion truth is relative dates back at least 2,400 years to the sophist Protagoras, who is stated by Plato to have said, “What is true for you is true for you, and what is true for me is true for me.”

In the East, the notion goes back perhaps another 100 years earlier to the Jain teacher Mahavira, who seems to have been the first to teach Anekantavada, a doctrine that has been described as advocating religious pluralism.

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