Ancient history

Challenger

American Apparel apologizing for its Internet posting of a photo of the Space Shuttle Challenger’s explosion as  Fourth of July fireworks:
“The image was re-blogged in error by one of our international social media employees who was born after the tragedy and was unaware of the event.”
An honest mistake.
And while we’re at it, let’s stop asking so much of our young people.
Such as knowing what happened before they were born.

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The show must go on

Fake Agony

News Headline: “World Cup 2014: Germany defeats Argentina 1-0 in extra time.”
M.A., a Washington D.C. reader, writes:
“I started paying more attention to the World Cup because you mentioned  the players who are always rolling around on the ground in fake agony. Now what do I do now for my fake dramatics?”
Be patient.
The next House Benghazi hearings will start before you know it.

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And the award goes too. . . .

NASA Television 2009 Philo T. Farnsworth Primetime Emmy Award

News Item: “. . . 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards nominations. . . Outstanding Structured Reality. . . Outstanding Unstructured Reality. . . .”
So it is important to note that random, spontaneous events can and do occur within a quantified limit, as specified by the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, if we are ever to understand “Duck Dynasty.”

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