Of course, given more context, the 1993 episode didn’t really predict 2020. The clip comes from the 1993 episode “Marge in Chains,” during which the town is hit with an epidemic of the fictional Osaka Flu. The sickness is played off in a cartoonish, funny way, with clouds of the illness strutting around town..
The machinery of symbolic inducement is guided by the organizational principles and natural affinities of the human mind. No one disputes this for analogy or metaphor, research into which goes back decades in cognitive science (centuries, if we include thinkers like Vico). But it is demonstrably true for a wide range of other rhetorical patterns..
In addition, the federal committee paid $35,000 to a Washington based company for software to file the FEC reports and to maintain a fund raising and volunteer database. Her aides insist that the database has not been used for her state political operations, which would be violation of state law. Her campaign said it will not release the details of its use of the database.
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