He’s rich, we must listen: Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, struck a sobering tone during an interview on Sunday and while he expressed optimism about coronavirus vaccines, he mentioned that a lot of parts need to move correctly in order for the U.S. to reach some level of normalcy. You know, I have exactly the same medical degree Gates has, none.
Be careful of what you ask for: Black Lives Matter DC activists complained on Sunday that the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) failed to protect them (BLM) while continuing to call for defunding police. Anthony Lorenzo Green said during the Sunday press conference that the mayor and police department failed “to protect the rights of D.C. residents”. It may not be right, but it is human nature.
It really does happen: On Sunday my wife went to the coffee place. While pulling into the drive-through, she inadvertently pulled in front of another vehicle. She felt bad about “cutting” the car off so she decided she would pay for his purchase. The pick-up truck in front of her seemed to have ordered one of everything so it took a while to reach the window. When she did reach the window, she told the window clerk she’d like to pay for the order of the vehicle behind her. Imagine her surprise when she was told the woman in the pick-up in front of her, had paid for her order. See, it really does happen.
Make them play by their own rules : On Sunday Sky News Australia that there was a major leak of a list of nearly 2 million CCP members, something never seen before. The list exposes members who are working all over the world and also lifts the lid on how the party operates under Xi Jinping. The report found that major aerospace companies Airbus, Rolls-Royce, and Boeing employed hundreds of CCP members. Additionally, Pfizer and British drugmaker AstraZeneca employed a total of 123 Party members. Let’s expose them. Roaches run when the lights come on.
Get what you earn: Anybody watch that football game Sunday. Me either. It appears the recent NFL “social awareness” stand has dropped the viewership by up to 29%, which is really bad when you factor in nobody can go anywhere. Maybe they should have considered the fans, you know, the people that pay their salaries.