Little Monday Motes

Way too far: In New York City a “man” has been accused to “pushing” a 92-year-old woman to the ground. If you watch the recording he clearly strikes her. She falls and strikes head head on a fire hydrant. The attacker has been identified as a 31-year-old “career” criminal with over 100 prior arrests. The real “too far”, he was given a court appearance ticket and RELEASED. This PC crap has gone way too far.

Great headline; From the Daily Beast: “Who Gives A Sh*t What John Stewart Thinks About The Police?” Or anything else for that matter.

Really?: Am I the only one getting a lot of pop-up ads for body armor, bullet resistant vests and backpacks and similar? Was it something I said?

Huh?: Click-bait headline, ”Why my wife and I aborted our unborn gay son.” No, I didn’t. It’s just too stopid to even discuss.

Well done: A young woman made history Saturday as the first observant Sikh to graduate from the United States Military Academy West Point in New York. Twenty-three-year-old Anmol Narang was just one of 1,107 other graduates who came together for the academy’s annual commencement ceremony. Well done young lady, well done.

About time: President Trump has announced the PREVENTS (The President’s Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End the National Tragedy of Suicide) Initiative. Led by Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie. The president will announce the results of the task force and detail the plan to implement recommendations. I have read between 17 and 23 vets commit suicide every day. Hopefully it gets something done.

Really TNT?: I don’t know if they were celebrating or just making do with movies already scheduled, but watching TNT’s “Watch, Listen.Learn” special featuring “Just Mercy” and “The Black Panther”. Okay, I get the meaning of “Show Mercy”, a good movie with some real ;life connections. But what the hell should I learn from a movie about a “super hero”, an unbelievable country, in a make-believe world? HUH? Let’s just call it what it is, pandering.

My bad: A lot of noise about “Aunt Jememia” and “Uncle Ben”. Hell, I thought they disappeared the same time “Sambo’s” closed up. My bad.

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