News Headline: “Park Service to drain Lincoln Reflecting Pool.”
Officials say it is maintenance work.
Or have we finally confirmed what President Trump means when he refers to “the swamp”?
The Sub-Bureau for Rapid Service and Predictions of Earth Orientation of the International Earth Rotation Service has announced there will be no leap second added to civil time at midnight June 30.
News Headline: “Searching for Trump’s soul.”
Have we tried the safe-deposit boxes at Vnesheconombank?
News Headline: “iPhones could soon be fitted with artificial intelligence.”
. . . and can start staring endlessly at us, for a change.
News Headline: “Local chef teaches Cook County jail inmates to cook healthy food.”
Doug Dahlgren, a Chicago reader, writes:
“I think they meant ‘healthful.’ ”
Healthful food makes for healthy people.
And as long as we are at food and cooking usage, is it time a reminder that a pinch is smaller than a dash?
And a smidgen is smaller than a pinch?
And there is no “x” in “espresso’?
And “crepe” rhymes with “prep”?
And. . . .
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News Headline: “Tesla’s Elon Musk and Disney’s Robert Iger quit Trump advisory councils, citing climate change.”
News Headline: “These CEOs remain on Trump’s advisory councils if you wish to boycott their companies.”
But why should anyone want to boycott Wal-Mart, JPMorgan Chase, General Motors, General Electric and IBM, among others?
And don’t forget Pepsi?
News Headline: “China solar-powered drone changes the way nations spy.”
Not to worry.
President Trump has plans for a coal-powered drone.
News Headline: “Boy hit by car released from hospital.”
And why a car was in the hospital, we may never know.
News Headline: “Trump thinks exiting the Paris agreement will keep the world from laughing at us.”
News Headline: “China activates world’s largest floating solar plant.”
News Headline: “India adds record wind-power capacity.”
President Trump is right.
The world is too busy leaving us behind to laugh at us.