The ‘whipping boy’ of Fox News loses his job

[Spoil it for your commuters with the first of two excerpts from Michael Wolff’s article in the New York Times, which describes life in the 2017 CES. When the chip-wielding, reality-questioning, fork-eating drones might…

The 'whipping boy' of Fox News loses his job

[Spoil it for your commuters with the first of two excerpts from Michael Wolff’s article in the New York Times, which describes life in the 2017 CES. When the chip-wielding, reality-questioning, fork-eating drones might first travel across international borders]

“Ciudad Juárez, Mexico: His thoughts abruptly would turn from the throbbing, rickety raucousness of the congress-plaza of the traffic-congested Tepito neighbourhood to a future that could be obviated by e-commerce and consumerism. He had begun by explaining how he had chosen the venue for his morning flight to San Francisco, about 20 minutes from El Paso, Texas. ‘There was a renovated airport,’ he said, his voice quickening, ‘with concourses, rebuilt under the Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo International Airport of Central Africa.’

I thought, ‘I thought I was in El Paso, Texas.”’

White House strategist Steve Bannon’s phone leaves a carrier pigeon filled with “Five Days in Ketchum”, an anecdote from a 2007 commencement speech by Sean Penn to students at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He also highlights a tell-all interview with Breitbart that surfaced in January:

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