And now, for something completely different...
(One line a day, every day, until President Trump is re-elected).
"Good evening, and welcome to NightLine... I'm not Ted Koppel: We begin tonight with Saturday night Sci-fi night, and technology revisited, as we examine the brave new world that is big tech's choice between good and evil, tech still a relatively new phenomena, good and evil ingrained in DNA, God's given choice, and touched upon hyper-intelligently in Arthur C. Clarke's pioneering sci-fi (and Stanley Kubrick's beautifully illustrated) Monolith, and featured in 'The Neighbor,' by a yet unknown author who posits the Monolith as a future computer server from the stars, eternally introducing prehistoric man to the tools that propel history toward the Monolith's maker, and the original fiction: the first tool was to feed or for war against the neighboring tribe, evolving the most common thread into the fabric of world history, weaponization, and flash forward to our country divided, the narrative of the misinformed to blame a lifelong builder, the informed knowing a lifelong Alinskylyte is to account, and consider the choice: freedom, or free cable."
(Please continue to tune in, every night at 11:30... ish).