News Headline: “Kentucky bourbon production reaches nearly 50-year high.”
As reasonable a response as any to the news of the day.
News Headline: “Trump used 9/11 funds program to net $150G payday.”
Lest we forget about Crooked Donald.
News Headline: “Big Ten sees $110 million rise in revenue.”
Sometimes we get caught up in all the sportsmanship and lose sight of the real meaning of college athletics.
News Headline: “George Zimmerman taunts Trayvon Martin’s parents: ‘They didn’t raise their son right.’ “
Has Donald Trump finally found a running mate?
News Headline: “How jellyfish, nanobots and naked mole rats could make humans immortal.”
But can we ever have too many stories about naked mole rats?
News Item (2009): “Study:Antarctic glaciers melting faster than previously thought.”
News Item (2012): “Antarctic ice sheets melting faster than previously thought.”
News Item (2016): “Antarctic ice melt may be worse than scientists thought.”
Is there an indication here that the Antarctic ice may be melting faster than we currently think?
Britain’s University of East Anglia has banned the tossing of mortarboards into the air at graduation because of the “unacceptable risk” that a mortarboard tossed into the air might float down and land on someone.
News Headline: “J.K. Rowling defends Donald Trump’s right to be ‘offensive and
As we all should.
But maybe Harry Potter’s wand could make a couple of small Trump adjustments:
First we make him start dancing.
Then we glue his tongue to the roof of his mouth.
There. That’s better.
News Headline: “EgyptAir missing plane: How TV news will cover flight’s disappearance.”
As if transfixed.
As if nothing else was happening in the world today.