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“In interviews Trump gave in the 1980s and 1990s (with Tom Brokaw, David Letterman, Oprah Winfrey, Charlie Rose, and others), he spoke articulately, used sophisticated vocabulary, inserted dependent clauses into his sentences without losing his train of thought, and strung together sentences into a polished paragraph, which — and this is no mean feat — would have scanned just fine in print.” Things have changed, bigly. From Stat: Trump wasn’t always so linguistically challenged. What could explain the change? Enjoy!

+ Here are a couple very brief, but perhaps quite informative, videos for your review. The first features the world’s worst neighbor as he unplugs a kids’ bouncy castle. And in the second, a pedestrian yells at driver for no reason, gets distracted, walks directly into pole. This confirms my long held belief that when you find the person yelling the loudest on the streets, you’ve also found the person who was in the wrong.

+ It turns out that media actually can keep a secret. From Buzzfeed: The Media’s Best Kept Secret Was A Free Wall Street Journal Login, And Now It’s Gone.

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