The Bishop and the Butterfly: Murder, Politics, and the End of the Jazz Age
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    This conversation is a conversation worth having

    We are living in perilous times. Now, more than ever, it is time for America to have a conversation.

    This is why I am here. This is my job. To start this conversation. To get America talking. All I do is present you with the facts. Facts that are perfect conversation starters. Facts that - deep inside - hold truths. Truths that need to be discussed.

    Yes, in a way, it is about bravery. The bravery I'm showing in trying to get a conversation started. It is the type of bravery that demands its own conversation, really. But that is not why I'm here. I am here to push you - yes, you! - to get involved in the conversation America truly needs. History will be the judge of whether I should be discussed.

    Do not look to me for answers. Or even the questions. I have none. I am but a conversation starter and that conversation must begin.

    My friends, there are many problems and misdeeds that make our lives more difficult. We must sit down and talk about it. Now. Because this conversation is a conversation worth having.



    Well to continue on with the conversation you have so grandly introduced to us/me, let's have that conversation, and let's include some other conversations that we have had in the past.

    I am so glad we had this conversation, I feel better. 

    The conversation is long overdue. I suggest that a committee be appointed to insure that the format of said conversation is agreed by all.

    Did you say something?

    Did I miss something? 

    Don't talk to him, people. He just wants to show you his dog pictures again.

    I disagree - if we're going to talk to Muslims and Charles Murray, we might as well talk to Wofrum. Though we might want to delay it until everyone's vaccinated and fumigated.  But no book signing - I draw the line at book signing.

    Are you that guy with no shirt?

    Cause if so, get a fricking shirt. 

    It's like the sign says:

    No shirt, No blogging.

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