"Motel Acacia" takes place in America, but not any version of America that Americans will recognize. "Re-elect Roberts!" announces a garish campaign billboard bearing the face of a generic white politician. "We are great again!" Well, it's easy to guess who that's referring to and to extrapolate what alternate reality "Motel Acacia" has in mind. […] (Date:11/09/2019 18:42) Read full article >>

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Americans: Americans, or American people, are citizens, or natives, of the United States of America.[37][38] The country is home to people of different national origins. As a result, Americans do not equate their nationality with ethnicity, but with citizenship.[39] With the exception of the Native American po
Motel: A motor hotel, or motel for short , is a hotel designed for motorists, and usually has a parking area for motor vehicles. Entering dictionaries after World War II, the word motel, coined in 1925 as a portmanteau of motor and hotel or motorists' hotel, referred initially to a type of hotel consisting