Not much to report. So a few words from John Malkovich (interviewed in the latest Esquire).
“This is what politics is to me: Somebody tells you all the trees on your street have a disease. One side says give them food and water and everything will be fine. One side says chop them down and burn them so they don’t infect another street. That’s politics. And I’m going, Who says they’re diseased? And how does this sickness manifest itself? And is this outside of a natural cycle? And who said this again? And when were they on the street? But we just have people who shout, ‘Chop it down and burn it’ or ‘Give it food and water,’ and there’s your two choices. Sorry, I’m not a believer.”
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