Author Topic: Northgate 101 on ebay  (Read 383 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

Offline fohat.digs

  • * Elevated Elder
  • Thread Starter
  • Posts: 5198
  • Location: 34.04 N 84.47 W
  • weird funny old guy
Northgate 101 on ebay
« on: Thu, 12 October 2017, 09:37:21 »
Could be cheaper, but still a very nice piece.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/182823297749?ul_noapp=true
In the sorriest days of the Watergate scandal, Nicholas von Hoffman compared the Nixon presidency to “a dead mouse on the American family kitchen floor. The question is: who is going to pick it up by the tail and drop it in the trash?” It would be premature to write off the Trump presidency as a deceased rodent lying on the linoleum. In its nasty defensiveness, it is closer to a cornered rat. It still has plenty of ugly fight left. But we are at the beginning of the endgame and it is not premature to start imagining how to pick through the damage the Trump presidency will leave behind and future-proof the republic so that It Can’t Happen Here never happens again. The moment Trump leaves the White House for early retirement, jail, a sanitarium, or a Russian refuge, let the reckoning begin. Pay no heed to those pious owls in politics, the op-ed pages, and cable-news panels—pastoral Voices of Civility such as Jon Meacham and David Gergen—who will caution that “now is not the time” to be raking over the recent past, casting recriminations, and turning Schadenfreude into tasty casseroles; the nation must move forward and let the healing process begin. To such thumb twiddlers, it’s never the right time to sift through the debris, apportion responsibility, and name the guilty parties; this is why it took more than a year to establish a 9/11 commission, and its final report was analytical, rhetorical mush. The day after Trump is deposed will be the day to get cracking on addressing what got him to where he never should have been. – James Walcott 2017

Offline chyros

  • a.k.a. Thomas
  • * Esteemed Elder
  • Posts: 2615
  • Location: The Netherlands
  • Hello and welcome.
Re: Northgate 101 on ebay
« Reply #1 on: Thu, 12 October 2017, 10:05:23 »
Not bad, it's used but looks quite clean, and it has the original box too. Seller will double-box to protect it. Noice ^^ .
Check my keyboard video reviews: