My father adored you all–and writing this column brought him more joy than you’ll ever know. Thank you to every one of you for years of readership and support. It meant the world to him.
Shortly after 4 a.m. Wednesday, April 22, on the 1400 block of St. James Street in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
News Headline: “Rolling back environmental regulations, new voter restrictions, banning abortion–it’s all happening while the public is focused on the coronavirus.”
The system works.
K.R. , a Baltimore reader, writes:
“I have been watching a squirrel hang by its hind feet to eat mulberry flowers. Life goes on.”
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News Headline: “Earth Day 50: Under lockdown.”
Humans were starting to go viral 50 years go.
There were about 3.7 billion of us.
There are about 8 billion now.
News Headline: “The White House coronavirus briefings.”
So this is where we stay:
Benny Hill with a death toll.
News Headline: “Spending more time outside during the pandemic? Scientists say beware of ticks.”
News Headline: “Coronavirus: Trump’s name to appear on US relief checks.”
Still waiting on the death certificates.
Beware the ides of National Car Care Month.
News Headine: “Stupidity isn’t Trump’s worst trait.”
As we continue to investigate the difference between intelligence and cunning.