Perhaps there’s a little PT (Welcome to the Egress) Barnum in Donald J. Trump.
Barnum’s American Museum was so popular that people would spend the entire day there. This cut into profits, as the museum would be too full to squeeze another person in. In classic Barnum style, old P.T. put up signs that said “This Way to the Egress.” Many customers followed the signs, not realizing that Egress was a fancy word for “Exit.” They kept on looking for this strange new attraction, the “Egress”. Many patrons followed the signs right out the door! Once they had exited the building, the door would lock behind them, and if they wanted to get back in, they had to pay another admission charge!
Courtesy of the NY Daily News we get, perhaps, the stupidest story yet about Trump Deraignment Syndrome, “The complete guide to fleeing President Donald Trump’s America“.
The mere thought of President Trump taking the oath of office on Jan. 20, 2017, has already led to threats from U.S. citizens that they would leave our red, white and blue borders behind if The Donald reaches The White House.
But get this howler!! The number one “Enclave for expats” is (drumroll, please), Singapore–the Caning Capital of the World. I would encourage Meg Wagner, the author of this tripe, to take her own advice and try it. Then she can pen another piece and tell us all how it worked out for her.
Singapore might be your best bet. The island nation boasts the top quality of life for expats, according to a 2015 survey of expats by InterNations, a 2 million-person strong network of migrants.
The Asian county earned the title for its slew of high-paying jobs, welcoming atmosphere, stellar health care facilities and top-notch public transit. English, one of Singapore’s four official languages, is used frequently, especially in urban areas, so communication barriers are limited for Americans.
Move you Lefty idiots! These fine folks in Singapore will beat you like a drum, and there ain’t no safe spaces. Here’s your menu of caning choices. Chew on it. The list below is just a partial summary. The link clicks to a complete list which is a real killer.