Shots 2020/48

Donald Trump mit Enter Sandman, zwei mal Wohlstandsverwahrlosung, der Tatort und Orcas sind heute die Kleinigkeiten, die am Boden des Glases klebten.

Sandman

Metal Trump:

Sleep with one eye open


Wohlstandsverwahrlosung zum ersten

The Economist:

Worse still, societies tend to produce ever more would-be elites, in part because access to education tends to improve over time. Mr Turchin sees all this as a recipe for political chaos. Articulate, educated people rebel, producing a scramble for political and economic power. Elites stop co-operating, counter-elites emerge, and order breaks down.


Wohlstandsverwahrlosung zum zweiten

NY Mag:

During the mêlée, “Opinion” columnist Elizabeth Bruenig uploaded a PDF of John Rawls’s treatise on public reason, in an attempt to elevate the discussion. “What we’re having is really a philosophical conversation, and it concerns the unfinished business of liberalism,” Bruenig wrote. […] “Philosophy schmosiphy,” wrote a researcher at the Times whose Slack avatar was the logo for the hamburger chain Jack in the Box. “We’re at a barricades moment in our history. You decide: which side are you on?”


Tatort

Andrew Hammel:

It is also an window into what The Germans are thinking about various social issues. Or, more accurately, what a certain group of upper-middle-class, university-educated public-television cultural bureaucrats want Germans to think about social issues.


Free Willy!

BBC:

A sense of curiosity and excitement very quickly turned to fear when one orca disappeared beneath the boat and there was a loud thumping sound from the hull.