News Headline: “Trump nomination would destroy GOP.”
News Headline: “Donald Trump’s economic plan would destroy U.S. economy.”
News Headline: “Donald Trump just declared his intent to destroy American democracy.”
Say this for Donald Trump:
He may not be overly intelligent.
But he can multi-task.
Shortly after 8:40 p.m. Wednesday, May 4, along Avondale Drive in Clarksville, Tenn.
Harvard University President Drew Faust announcing that students who belong to
male-only clubs will not be allowed to lead other campus organizations:
“A truly inclusive community requires that students have the opportunity to participate in the life of the campus free from exclusion on arbitrary grounds.”
Note to Harvard’s male-only clubs:
There is a way around this .
Refer to your club as an “affinity group.”
Then discriminate to your heart’s content.
News Headline: “Rand Paul: Donald Trump is an orange-faced windbag.”
News Headline: “Donald Trump changes his position on minimum wage yet again.”
In other news, physicists continued to study Trump’s ability to exist simultaneously in gaseous and liquid states..
Rush Limbaugh regarding Ted Cruz:
“I think what happened is that another conservative messenger was systematically, piece by piece, destroyed.”
If it’s worth doing, it’s worth doing well.
News Item: “. . . the equivalent weight of nearly nine fully loaded 747 airplanes. . . .”
Or 105,885 spider monkeys. if you are still trying to visualize it.
News Item: “. . . the equivalent weight of 152 African elephants. . . .”
Or 107,730 spider monkeys.
Needless to say, if you laid 107,730 spider monkeys end to end, the monkeys would stretch as far as 11,970 Oscar Mayer Wienermobiles.
In case you wondered.
News Headline: “Glenn Beck invites America to join him in another fast.”
The first one didn’t seem to work.
But maybe this time. . . .
To Glenn Beck and his supporters:
Stop eating until further notice.
We’ll get back to you..
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
The U.S. Geological Survey reports “a small amount of ground uplift” in April–but reassures us that “current deformation patterns at Yellowstone remain within historical norms” after a “fascinating year of ups and downs.”