Somewhere in the Midwest, where if you’re anti-Trump you must speak in lowered tones, I had my hair cut — well, so to speak, inasmuch as there isn’t much left — and was at one point during my monologue — for I can’t hear without my hearing aids, and thus feel I must hold forth when in the chair — asked if I read.
“Yes,” I said.
“Ah,” the barber said, “my polling’s holding up! You didn’t vote for Trump, then?”
“For public enemy number-one. . ??”