With wine at hand, the good man concerns himself, not with getting drunk, but the drinking in all the natural delectabilities of wine; taste, color, bouquet; its manifest graces; the way it complements food and enhances conversation; and its sovereign power to turn evenings into occasions, to lift eating beyond nourishment to conviviality, and to bring the race, for a few hours at least, to that happy state where men are wise and women beautiful, and even one’s children begin to look promising.
Things are great in the US, and getting better Trump-haters are only left with ad hominems: “lizard brain,” “racist Hitler,” “ignorant thug,” whatever. As Adams (not a Trumper) says.
– Fewer wars, more peace
– Tiger won the Masters
– Great economy, nobody without a job
– Prison reform
– A bit of sanity in the Dept of Education
– Calm with North Korea, heading in good direction
– Trade sanity with Mexico, and on the way with China
– Terrorism on the wane
– NATO nations headed towards paying their share
According to ABC News, the 37-year-old man from New Jersey allegedly parked his vehicle in front of Saks Fifth Avenue where he carried two gas cans and lighter fluid into the cathedral.
Miller added that the FBI’s joint terrorism task force is involved “because we don’t know exactly what his mind-set was, what his motive was.”
“But we do know that carrying two cans of gasoline and the equipment to light that, to a public area and a place like St. Patrick’s Cathedral is something that presents a danger to the public, and that’s why he’s in custody,” Miller said.
What’s his motive? The day after the Norte Dame fire and “what his motive was?”.