Four days remain until National Nude Recreation Week.
The week will start just as Congress ends its recess.
So it will be a close call.
K.W., a Denver reader, wants you to know that today is Asteroid Day.
But it has been three weeks since the Asteroid 2016 LP10 was discovered just as it passed between Eath and the moon.
And there are no dangerous asteroids anywhere near us at the moment
That we know of.
Best we can tell.
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News Headline: “Trump Institute faces accusations of misleading customers.”
This isn’t to be confused with Trump University, which faces accusations of misleading customers.
And it isn’t to be confused with Trump. . . . .
One estimate puts the Internet’s storage capacity at about 1 million billion gigabytes.
There doesn’t seem to be enough space.
News Headline: “House office building’s water contaminated with lead.”
Sometimes life is fair.
Antoine de Saint-Exupery, who wrote, “A civilization is built on what is required of men, not on that which is provided for them,” was born 116 years ago on the 29th day of National Accordion Awareness Month.
News Headline: “More than 30 people treated for burns after Tony Robbins tells them to walk on hot coals.”
Robbins’ followers are recovering.
But this is the important news:
Donald Trump may have found a running mate.
News Headline: “Red wine may help undo the effects of bad eating, study says.”
Keep up the good worker, researchers!
News Headline: “Drug ring leader sentenced.”
News Headline: “Prison sentence upheld for burglary ring leader.”
Everywhere you look, the government is stifling free enterprise.
What jobs have the police ever created?
News Headline: “Study: The world views Americans as narcissists.”
News Headline: “5 reasons the United States is the greatest nation in history.”
QT knows what you are thinking.
The United States is not the Donald Trump of nations.
Uncle Sam has better hair.
According to the Colby College Bias Incident Prevention and Response Team, it is a microaggression against the disabled to use the phrase “on the other hand.”