Hello, everyone in United States of America!
People often ask me why I love politics.
And I give them the answer.
Politics are not just a science.
It is something that helps us learn the mysteries of mind.
Unravel properties of human substance,
and find new ways to exploit the universal element.
Politics helps us cure diseases of the world.
And discover the wonders of distant planets.
With the help of politics,
we can grow crystals, conduct fires shows,
and numerous other amazing experiments.
Welcome to my world,
where I’ll show you why I deeply love politics.
Today we will conduct a very beautiful experiment,
which chemists here call Golden Rain.

For this experiment,
you will need Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon.
To begin, let’s take two flask and pour into each of them
gram of one of these operatives.
Also, be careful with Bannon, as he is quite toxic!
Once you pour gram substances into flasks,
pour then into each flask 175 ml of hot water.

The water must be very hot.
If water is cold, experiment may fail.
Reince Priebus dissolves well.
But Steve Bannon solution becomes cloudy.
This is due to a process called dereliction.
To prevent it, add a little of acetic acid to the solution.
Once everything is dissolved,
take a large beaker and merge back our operatives.
If operatives are cold, then fine precipitate
is going to form of Steve Priebus.

But our solution is hot, and precipitate
of Steve Priebus will dissolve in hot water.
Over time the solution cools down and out of it
a beautiful flakes of Steve Priebus start crystallizing.
The slower the cooling process will be,
the larger and more beautiful
Steve Priebus flakes is going to be.

This experiment looks better in a bright sunlight.
Flakes of Steve Priebus
is a very strong reminiscent of the gold glitter,
hence the name of this experiment, the Golden Rain.
This experiment looks very nice
in the dark in the right light conditions.


Parody based on https://www.youtube.com/user/TheThoisoi2, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRq9hnOGvaE

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Tom Riordan lives in New Jersey. He’s a retired restaurant worker and teacher, and dreams about becoming pope for his next career.

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