News Headline: “Obama punts on pipeline again: Decision delayed, likely until after election.”
News Headline: “Immigration reform: Obama delays executive action until after election, despite earlier promises.”
Once more away from the breach. dear friends, once more. . . .
News Headline: “Stranger follows woman to car at Wal-Mart, offers to pay for sex, according to police.”
This is the trouble with Wal-Mart sex:
People feel cheap afterward.
News Headline: “Russian sex lizard satellite is out of control.”
News Headline: “Russia regains control of sex lizard satellite.”
News Headline: “Sex lizards die in orbit, Russia says.”
And will always be remembered as our sex lizard space pioneers.
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News Headline: “Democratic Liarship: Liars lie and then lie to cover up lies.”
News Headline: “Darrell Issa’s stinking pile of festering hypocrisy.”
Congress will be back from recess next week.
And the dialogue can continue.
News Headline: “Naked man dances, does pushups in street.”
As reasonable a response as any to the news of the day.
News Headline: “Tulane RB charged with robbery and battery.”
News Headline: “South Carolina commit accused of stealing iPods and iPads from school.”
News Headline: “Three Eastern Michigan players face assault charges.”
News Headline: “Last-minute suspension at Alabama, violation of team rules.”
A quick question for Alabama:
Was it a misdemeanor violation of team rules or a felony violation of team rules?
News Headline: “Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell found guilty in corruption trial.”
News Headline: “Eric Cantor’s defeat pays off with $1.4 miilion Wall Street signing bonus.”
First rule for those in public service:
Never take payoffs while in office.
Leave office, and then cash in.
News Item: “. . . Researchers estimate that 25 percent of the world’s face extinction in the next few decades. . . .”
And judging by the Internet, English among them.
News Headline: “Killer bus-sized asteroid flies dangerously close past Earth.”
But that was in May.
It was then that Asteroids 2014 JR24 and 2014 JG55 were discovered as they passed between Earth and the moon.
Which brought us to June, when Asteroid 2014 MHS6 was discovered three days after it passed between Earth and the moon.
Which brought us to July, when Asteroid 2014 OP2 was discovered two days after it passed between Earth and the moon.
Which brought us to August, when Asteroid 2014 RA was discovered two days after it passed closer to Earth than the orbits of some man-made satellites.
Which brings us to September and Asteroid 2014 RC.
It was discovered yesterday.
It will pass closer to Earth on Sunday than the orbits of some man-made satellites.
It may about as large as two buses, best we can tell.
But it will miss us.
Well. OK. Best we can tell.
News Headline: “Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson on the rise of radical Islam.”
Good news for those who fear the West is in decline:
We have nowhere to go but up.