Tuesday morning, February 23, at 5035 Mayfield Rd. in Lyndhurst, Ohio.
News Headline: “Nearly 20 percent of Donald Trump supporters disapprove of Lincoln freeing the slaves.”
The Trump phenomenon continues.
What can possibly explain it?
News Headline: “This is what a CT scan of a bumblebee’s brain looks like.”
News Headline: “Why are plane windows round?”
A reporter’s mind wanders on a slow news day.
On this day in history 627 years ago, the Danes defeated the Swedes at the Battle of Falkoeping, which seemed important at the time.
News Headline: “Meerkat expert cleared of assaulting monkey handler in fight over
Doesn’t your life seem simpler now?
News Headline: “Sea levels rose faster last century than in previous 2,700 years.”
News Headline: “Republicans reject climate change fears.”
News Headline: “Bacteria can see.”
News Headline: “Venus flytraps can count.”
But not the Republicans, evidently.
News Headline: “Study suggests drinking coffee might reduce liver damage from alcohol.”
News Headline: “Eating chocolate improves brain function, study says.”
Keep up the good work, researchers!
News Headline: “Hillary campaign throws Chelsea under the bus.”
News Headline: “Ted Cruz throws communications director under the bus.”
News Headline: “Trump calls Clinton ‘disloyal’ for throwing Sanders ‘under the bus.’ ”
News Headline: “Nation faces critical election-year bus shortage.”
Sorry. Made the last one up.
A Black Lives Matter chapter in Nashville, Tenn., has told critics it will continue its segregated meetings.
The meetings are open to “black people or non-black people of color only.”
A member said it was necessary to maintain an “affinity group dynamic.”
In other news of affinity group dynamics, the number of Ku Klux Klan chapters nationwide reportedly increased last year.
News Headline: “North Korea’s nuclear tests ‘could jolt volcano back to life.’ ”
Something you don’t want to hear from a nuclear power:
“Hold my beer, and watch this.”