Well said, old mole! canst work i’ the earth so fast?
A worthy pioner! Once more remove, good friends.
O day and night, but this is wondrous strange!
And therefore as a stranger give it welcome.
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.
— Billy the Shake, in Merry Olde England Days…
So there’s been meme, a synchronicity, a little slice of weirdness that’s been making the rounds on The Internets the past few days having to do with an obscure series of children’s books published back around the time L. Frank Baum was penning his now-debunked homage to the gold standard.
In the long ago days of yore before The Internets ruined every bar argument about All Things Trivia this kinda thing was the Mother Lode of bullshit.
Now Said Bullshitters just blog about this stuff.
It is kinda X-Files that Little Baron Trump and his wonderdog Pence (WTF?) would have all kindza adventures that show eerie parallel to Peeing Rooskie Hookergate (double WTF?).
The author of the books was a New York Lawyer named Ingersoll Lockwood – who’s name, if you switch the letters around, spells out as Dewooling Rollocks; a shadowy English banker with known ties to the Russian Mafia (triple WTF?).
Spartan conspiracy theorists can get the Full Skinny on Mr. Lockwood here.
So go ahead and laugh about it if you must, but remember Hillary laughed at Trump too.
And do you really wanna be like Hillary?
Authors note: Big Dog Sparta Report Editor in Chief and Top Mucketymuck NWConservative time traveled with Baron Trump to post this story last night.