News Headline: “Mall may evolve into tech-centric office space.”
News Headline: “Three food-centric date destinations you should visit this weekend.”
News Headline: “Facebook unveils creator-centric studio app.”
. . . for those about to reach the breaking-centric point.
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Shortly before 9:45 p.m. Thursday, February 20, on the 700 block of North Hudson Street in Chicago.
News Headline: “Putin is a ‘competitor,’ not an ‘enemy’–Trump.”
News Headline: “Trump, Russia issue denials as new meddling charges hit U.S. election.”
Kids, go get grandpa and ask him what it was like when our Japanese competitors meddled at Pearl Harbor.
News Headline: “Americans hold a Nazi rally in Madison Square Garden.”
That was 81 years ago.
We don’t see regular public rallies these days where thousands adore a strange racist figure, chanting in fear of those who are different.
News Headline: “Nevada Democrats plan to use tool for Nevada caucuses after
For those who do not know the difference between an app and a tool:
An app is a computer application designed for a specific task.
A tool is a Republican senator.
On this day in history 228 years ago President Washington signed the Postal Service Act, creating the U.S. Post Office.
News Headline: “Unexpected announcement outside White House imminent.”
Add the unexpected to the list of things that aren’t what they used to be.
News Headline: “Trump works less than most Americans.”
But understatement is alive and well.
+ A 10-gallon hat holds three quarts.
+ Basotho live in Lesotho.
News Headline: “Trump is on a pardoning spree.”
News Headline: “Overnight vandalism spree reported.”
The stories seemed to go together, for some reason.
News Headline: “Trump takes credit for gains made under Obama.”
What did the bankers learn long ago?
Never extend credit to Donald Trump.