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The Making of the President 2016nado!

U.S. Senator Cruz speaks to members of the Texas Federation of Republican Women in San Antonio, Texas
News Headline: “Ted Cruz might be the last, best hope to stop Donald Trump after
Super Tuesday.”
Add last, best hopes to the list of things that aren’t what they used to be.

QT Yellowstone Caldera (the eruptions of which can be violent enough to send a layer of ash six feet deep as far away as Chicago and which erupts every 600,000 or so years and last erupted 640,000 years ago) update

Yellowstone Birthday
Yellowstone National Park marked its 144th birthday yesterday.
Its caldera celebrated with two small earthquakes.

A uniter, not a divider

Image: U.S. Republican presidential candidate Trump hugs a U.S. flag as he takes the stage for a campaign town hall meeting in Derry
News Headline: “Ex-KKK leader David Duke praises Trump.”
News Headline: “Louis Farrakhan on Donald Trump: ‘I like what I’m looking at.’ ”
Finally, a presidential candidate who can bring Americans together.

QT Age of Aquarius update

World's Wars
News Headline: “Map of world war shows 4,500 years of global conflict.”
The estimate is 13,704 wars, including the Punic Wars and the Serbian Pig War of 1906.
How many wars are there at the moment?
Fourteen– if we require an armed conflict to accomplish at least 1,000 deaths a year to rate as a war.
The human race has its standards.

All in their places with sunshiny faces

Deltona School
News Headline: “3 middle school students charged with poisoning teacher.”
They grow up so fast, don’t they?

QT Planetary Defense Coordination Office

Asteroid Map
As we await the arrival of Asteroid 2013 TX68 , which was first projected to come within 11,000 miles of Earth on March 5, but was then projected to pass at a distance of 9 million miles on March 5, but is now projected to pass at a distance of 3 million miles, except it will be on March 8, astronomers today reported the discovery of Asteroid 2016 DK12, which passed between Earth and the moon three days ago.
Give or take.

Ah. youth

Group of young bored teenagers hanging around the shopping Centre at Kingston, South London.
News Headline: “Brown University students are overwhelmed by classes, activism.”
News Headline: “Young voters are failing Bernie Sanders.”
Of  course they are.
The poor things are overwhelmed.

Education 101

Trump University
News Headline: “Donald Trump fights Trump University scam charge.”
As well he should.
Everyone who paid tuition at Trump University learned a lesson.