Daily Gnuz

Monday edition May 14th 2018-ish

Pompeo: US and North Korea “in complete agreement” on goals of Trump-Kim summit
A US-North Korea nuclear deal might be coming together.
H/T Vox
Or, now that the NK nuclear testing mountain collapsed, and Kim no longer has the capability to test, he can keep his stash of nukes squirreled away and dupe Trump into a deal to lift sanctions and sing Kumbayah.

And,
‘This is going to come out’: Malcolm Nance says dossier was right about Trump committing ‘high crime’ of bribery
H/T Raw Story
Hmm. Ties to China’s tech company may be a conflict of interest?? Film at 11:00, 11:30, 11:45 and pretty much all freaking day and night long.

Finally,
Trump Supporters ‘Tricked by the Devil’ are Now Facing Financial Ruin: ‘I Feel So Stupid’
Eddie Devine voted for Trump, but worries he may go out of business. Here’s why.
H/T Alternet
Buyer’s remorse. The war on brown people leaves many small businesses with no seasonal labor force. Whod’a thunk it?

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    • One might suppose that would depend on the reason for no attendees to the funeral; No living relatives, funeral held at distant location, etc. However, whether or not people attend my funeral is not something I’m concerned about now and I’m definitely not going to be concerned about attendance after my demise.

  1. “Buyer’s remorse” — I cannot, for the life of me, even pretend to feel sympathy for the slack-jawed rubes who voted for Trump. It is not as though there was even the abstract possibility of being legitimately confused about who or what Trump is.

  2. Eddie Devine voted for Trump, but worries he may go out of business if he is unable to continue hiring 20 foreign workers a season though the H-2B visa program.

    Why is it that the law of supply and demand is only supposed to work for employers, but never for employees? If he can’t hire foreign workers cheap, neither can his competition. The construction company owner is in the same boat. Pay people enough, and you’ll get people to work those jobs. The floor for US wages is too low, thanks to Reaganomics and the Greenspan doctrine of ‘maintaining a certain level of worker insecurity’.

  3. Figured this out some time ago.

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