Donald Trump in Singapore regarding Kim Jong Un:
“His country does love him. His people, you see the fervor. They have a great fervor,”
That’s the trouble with places like, say, Canada.
News Headline: “Trump says he talked up North Korea’s real estate, beachside hotel opportunities in Kim Jong Un meeting.”
Right. Beachside for the hotels.
Best to keep death camps set back a bit.
+ Winter Park High School in Winter Park, Fla., has named 25 valedictorians.
+ Central Magnet School in Murfreesboro, Tenn., has named 44 valedictorians.
We can stop now.
The commencements have commenced.
Happy graduation, valedictorians!
And to the scattering of high school seniors who aren’t!
News Item: “Television networks, viewers, readers and restauranteurs are paying tribute to Anthony Bourdain. . . .”
This report is from CNN.
We can only guess. But a good guess is that Bourdain would have mentioned to his network that it is not “restauranteur,” but “restaurateur.”
News Headline: “Dennis Rodman arrives in Singapore.”
The hope is that he can teach Donald Trump to act like an adult.
Central Magnet School in Murfreesboro, Tenn., has named 44 valedictorians.
And nine salutatorians.
News Headline: “Does the U.S. keep immigrant children in cages?”
And finally time to change the inscription:
Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me,
I lift my lamp beside the golden door.
Ha. Just Kidding.
News Headline: “State Department spokeswoman uses D-Day as an example of long relationship with Germany.”
Almost better when they’re lying than trying to get it right.
Less embarrassing for all concerned.
News Item: “. . . involves flying up to 50,000 km, circumventing the world. . . .”
News Item: “. . . the first person to circumvent the Earth. . . .”
And aren’t there days when you wish you could have?
News Headline: “Trump unable to remember words to ‘God Bless America’ at fake fan rally.”
Let’s try to be positive.
Let’s try this:
Russia has thrown some of its worst at us.
And we’re still here.