Should the expression "bringing home the bacon have been used?" After all, David Seinfeld just admitted the following in an interview.
"I think I'm on the spectrum…Basic social engagement is really a struggle. I'm very literal. People talk to me and they use expressions and sometimes I don't know what they're saying."
Perhaps he and others might interpret the expression literally.
INN asks Cover Up? Mosque 'Arson' May Have Been Electrical Fire.
Space heater found at 'price tag' arson site disappears during journalist's investigation into fire's source.
During the State Department Briefing yesterday, Spokesperson Jen Psaki was asked whether she "had a rection to the torching of a mosque in the West Bank today by some Jewish extremists."
MS. PSAKI: Let’s see. The United States condemns the attack against a mosque in the West Bank. We believe that such hateful and provocative actions against a place of worship are never justified. We look to law enforcement officials to quickly investigate and bring to justice the perpetrators of this attack. We encourage local authorities to work together with the community to reduce tension, to defend religious freedom, and to work against incitement.
Before the investigation into the fire has been competed, how can Ms. Psaki be so sure that it was caused by hateful action and not caused by an electical malfunction?
Another exchange during the briefing involved an Israëli basketball player.
...QUESTION: Okay. And there is nothing – this case is not being handled – or let’s say: Is it correct that this case is being handled the same way other similar cases of foreign athletes are being handled and there is not any difference simply because this guy is Israeli?
Read more: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/dpb/2014/11/233963.htm