I Want to Complain to Stephen Colbert about a Slight 'Leading-Astray' (@StephenAtHome of @ColbertLateShow)

His Words are Also Powerful WITHOUT the Big Furry Hat!
@mythociate (15963)
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
January 26, 2017 1:47pm CST
I know the "Late Show"-host is "a comedian"--that his 'announcements' in his opening monologue are not necessarily "true"--but one night he stated that "there's right, and there's alt-right" (indicating--via 'tricks with semantics'--that "alt-" meant "NOT-"). But President Trump's advisor Kellyanne Conway--using that word in her description of 'good news' (as opposed to 'scandalous news') as "alternate facts"--makes me want to correct Mr. Colbert on his 'definition' of "alt." I give an 'alternate' description of the true definition at the end of the linked blog-article: http://buzznoise.blogspot.com/2017/01/what-president-realdonaldtrumps-advisor.html "It's like calling it “Making Money” when you're actually just “doing others’ tasks & chores after they promise you money (most-likely promised in a contract).” Those ‘alternate facts’ confused me a little when my mother told me my father went away every day to ‘make money’—I was under the impression that he drove to the money-press and helped print it out!"
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@Chellezhere (1393)
• United States
27 Jan 17
Boy, we's all be pseudo-rich if that is the way we all made money.
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@mythociate (15963)
• Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
27 Jan 17
How? 'By driving to the printing-press and helping publish it?' And (for all who don't know ... and checking to make sure I'm right) "pseudo-rich" means 'seemingly rich,' right? Because--while we would have lots-&-lots of money--you know each dollar of it would be able to buy less-&-less the more-&-more of it we 'made' without putting anything of value into the market