News Headline: “Trump’s Gettysburg address outlines his first 100 days.”
One thing taken with another, the world will little note nor long remember what he said there.
From the Twitter universe this weekend:
“Anthony Rizzo home run! #Cubs lead 5-0!!!”
Or let’s visit again with the fine ghost of Jack Brickhouse:
“That’s a fly ball. . . deep to right. . . back. . . back. . . Hey! Hey! . . . Wheeeeee!”
Better than any old kind of a tweet.
Two days remain until National Mole Day, after the unit of chemistry, the mole, which is the amount of substance of a system that contains as many elementary entities as there are atoms in 0.012 kilograms of carbon-12, these entities being molecules, atoms, ions, electrons or other subatomic particles, or groups of particles, the number being 6.02214 X 10 to the 23rd power, or 602.214 billion trillion.
The University of Vermont warns that any student saying anything construed as “unwelcoming” may be required to undergo a “restorative intervention.”
Denver election judges have been ordered to undergo training to teach them how to respond to an active shooter.
11 p.m. Thursday, October 13, near a service station in the Benton Park neighborhood of St. Louis.
News Headline: “New record: Donald Trump said 25 false things on Saturday.”
Or do you have something against debate prep?
News Headline: “Donald Trump and Roger Ailes are giving each other the
Imagine for a moment:
Imagine that Donald Trump is giving you the silent treatment.
Keep the moment with you as long as you can.