A man who left a briefcase full of cocaine on a Seattle sidewalk went to police to ask if they had found it, which they had, police said.
A diversity outreach librarian at University of Minnesota has warned that shushing a person of color in a library is a microaggression that threatens assimilation into a dominant culture.
News Headline: “Howard Dean asks if Donald Trump’s sniffling during debate was because of cocaine.”
News Headline: “Trump campaign: Howard Dean’s cocaine comment was ‘beyond
the pale.’ “
But a lot of people are talking about it.
There’s something going on.
The whole thing is very strange.
There’s something we don’t know about.
Why won’t Donald Trump prove he isn’t a cocaine addict?
Where is his blood certificate?
News Headline: “How fast would Earth need to spin for humans to be thrown into space?”
Sometimes, depending on the news of the day, a reporter wonders at potential solutions.
Asteroid 2016 SA2 was discovered Monday, a day after it passed between Earth and
It was the second asteroid discovered this week after just missing us.
Well. That we know of.
News Headline: “Donald Trump said 18 false things on Tuesday.”
News Headline: “Donald Trump said 5 false things on Wednesday.”
News Headline: “Donald Trump said 6 false things on Thursday.”
News Headline: “Donald Trump said 34 false things at first presidential debate.”
So at least he’s returned to normal.
Seemed to be slipping last week.
Asteroid 2016 SJ was discovered Saturday, two days after it passed between Earth and the moon.
It was the fifth asteroid in a month to be discovered while just missing us.
This further bolsters the theory that the universe is a video game.
And the Intelligent Designer is a lousy shot.
News Headline: “Donald Trump either lied to the voters or committed perjury.”
News Headline: “Did Donald Trump’s charity commit fundraising fraud?”
News Headline: “Did Donald Trump try to bribe the Florida attorney general?”
News Headline: “A fact-checker’s advice to debate moderators.”
Here is the advice:
Don’t check his facts.
Read him his rights.