News Headline (2012): “Fracking tied to unusual rise in earthquakes in central U.S.”
News Headline (2013): “Study raises new concern about earthquakes and fracking fluids.”
News Headline (2014): “7 quakes hit Oklahoma in less than a day.”
News Headline (2015): “Experts say it’s only a matter of time before ‘big one’ hits Oklahoma.”
If only there had been some kind of warning. . . .
News Headline: “Mafia boss warns ISIS against attacking New York.”
Or as Rick says to the Nazi officer at the Café Américain:
“There are certain sections of New York, Major, that I wouldn’t advise you to try to invade.”
News Headline: “Will the pope challenge homophobia in Uganda?”
Just as soon as he gets around to challenging it in the Vatican.
The student newspaper at California’s Claremont McKenna College announced it will provide a separate “safe space” on its pages for the school’s “people of color.”
Next up: An editorial recommends that the campus events center be renamed for the late George C. Wallace, a modern pioneer of separate spaces for people of color.
News Headline: “Harry Reid backs bill to give marijuana dealers access to U.S. banks.”
An update here on one of society’s more undesirable elements.
As well as marijuana dealers.
Shortly after 9 p.m. Sunday, November 22, on Argosy Way in Maindee, New South Wales, Australia.
Free yoga classes have been stopped at the University of Ottawa to avoid “cultural appropriation” from those who “have experienced oppression, cultural genocide and diasporas due to colonialism and Western supremacy.”
Saturday, November 21, in Albuquerque, N.M.
News Headline: “Donald Trump says he’s the Ernest Hemingway of Twitter.”
Ernest Hemingway is no longer with us to tweet a response to Trump’s claim.
But a passage in For Whom the Bell Tolls might work:
“He is waving his arms and jerking his head from side to side and everybody from two hundred yards away can tell he is a fool.”