Asteroid 2017 BA7 was discovered Saturday, two days after it passed just outside the moon’s orbit.
Which isn’t to mention Asteroid 2017 BH30, which was discovered yesterday and is passing closer than the orbits of some man-made satellites today.
Which isn’t to mention Asteroid 2017 BJ30, which was discovered yesterday and is passing just outside the moon’s orbit today.
These are the fifth, sixth and seventh asteroids discovered this month as they barely missed Earth.
Almost a monotony here.
Which could end suddenly, of course.
Jim Kehoe, a Sydney, Australia, reader and, also, a psychologist, writes:
“While many military veterans and survivors of violent tragedies suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), there is now a new type: President Trump Stupidity Disaster. I suspect most of the population of the planet will soon suffer from it..”
The new PTSD is not yet listed in the Diagnostic and Statistic Manual of Mental Disorders.
But give it time.
News Headline: “Can Trump be trusted with Medicare, Social Security?”
News Headline: “Can Trump be trusted with surveillance powers?”
News Headline: “Can Trump be trusted with nuclear weapons?”
News Headline: “Time to panic?”
No, no, no, getting there.
See how easy?
News Headline: “Majority of Donald Trump voters think he should be able to use private email server.”
Lock them up.
After we’ve locked him up.
And Mexico will pay for it.
News Headline: “White House floats tax on Mexican imports that would have Americans paying for the wall.”
Note to Donald Trump’s basket of gullibles:
We are all Mexicans now.
News Headline: “Rural vote puts Trump over the top.”
News Headline: “Rural America could be hardest hit by repeal of Obamacare.”
Sometimes life is fair.
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News Headline: “The possible outcomes of a Trump presidency.”
We can take heart.
The republic survives in some of them.
Asteroid 2017 BX, which was discovered two days ago, is passing between Earth and the moon as you read this.
No need to worry.
Happens all the time.
News Headline: “A rogue national park tweets out climate-change facts in defiance of Donald Trump.”
Vive la résistance!