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WWGO – November 4, 2013
Today is November 4th. Happy Monday, he muttered. On November 4th, 1922 the entrance to King Tut’s tomb was uncovered by Howard Carter. Geraldo Rivera could not be reached for comment. Among the many priceless treasures and artifacts in the tomb were the famous sarcophagus and mask, the mummy of Tutankhamen himself, and a fawning fan letter from a young and precocious Nancy Pelosi. Yeesh, talk about a curse.
And speaking of great discoveries, please find this morning’s WWGO links below. As always, please consider this an Open Thread. Remember, we welcome any and all glowingly positive feedback.
You Also Can’t Keep Your Doctor | Wall Street Journal
Maybe Pain Will Teach You Millenials Not To Vote For Your Own Serfdom | Kurt Schlichter
Questions They Won’t Answer – Why Benghazi Isn’t Going Away | Weekly Standard
The Book Obama Didn’t Read, And Should Have | Glenn Reynolds
What In The World Did This Guy Eat For Breakfast?!
80-Yr-Old Survives Falling Off Cliff While Fighting Bear With Kicks & Headbutts | Time
(h/t Hot Air)
The Vilification of Orson Scott Card | Dr. Hunter Baker
What In The Tweet Is Going On?
Leftists are not civil, and do not deserve civility. Harry Belafonte Compares Koch Brothers to the Klan http://t.co/CtP8kHDHyd
— Yes, Nick Searcy! (@yesnicksearcy) November 4, 2013
metonymy \muh-TAH-nuh-mee\ noun : a figure of speech consisting of the use of the name of one thing for that of another of which it is an attribute or with which it is associated
Examples: Using “the White House” in place of “the president and his administration,” or “the hacktastic leg-tingling echo chamber” in place of “the reporters, anchors, pundits, and hosts at MSNBC”.