Doomed to repeat history: All the Hollywierd Elites are jumping onto the “Infrastructure” bill by Uncle Joe. I’ll bet none of them know that Adolph came to power with that same thing in 1933. It was when Adolf Hitler came to power in 1933 that the Nazis realized they could use the autobahn for their own ends. So, he pushed the idea to build the roads, mass employment, great photo-ops, and of course, it was for the good of the people.
Train-train-train: Lots of disturbing images coming out of Africa’s newest hot spot Mozambique. Isis controlled groups are steadily killing Christians and non-Muslin’s all over the country. There is a shooting drill called the “Failure Drill”. That is; 2 shots to the chest, and one to the head “and then you know then you know, the fuxker’s dead”. That drill was originally called “The Mozambique”. Maybe it should be again. Something needs to be done.
Don’t need no stinkin’ truth: Egypt’s first female ship captain has been blamed after a massive ship became wedged in the Suez Canal last month, hobbling global trade. It doesn’t matter that she was hundreds of miles away at the time, commanding a ship called the Aida IV in the city of Alexandria. The online rumors were propelled by a doctored image of a news headline that said she was involved in the Suez accident. I’m sure it doesn’t help that she an attractive woman in a 99% men’s profession.
Everyone is an outlaw: Gavin Newsom had his “French Laundry” (who names a restaurant “Laundry”?) scandal. Now, a secret recording of an opulent clandestine pop-up restaurant in a private Paris mansion, with patrons flouting mask mandates, has sparked outrage and a police inquiry in France. Paris chief prosecutor Rémy Heitz has ordered the judicial police’s Brigade for Repression of Personal Delinquency to investigate the underground dinners. “Brigade for Repression of Personal Delinquency”? HUH?
Her murderer still walks free. Remember her name; Ashli Babbitt.
It’s not just a Tom Hanks movie: In January, local authorities arrested a 36-year-old man named Aditya Singh after he had spent three months living at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. Since October, he had been staying in the secure side of the airport, relying on the kindness of strangers to buy him food, sleeping in the terminals and using the many bathroom facilities. It wasn’t until an airport employee asked to see his ID that the jig was up. Singh, however, is far from the first to pull off an extended stay. Perhaps the most famous involuntary long-term airport resident was Mehran Karimi Nasseri (pictured at the top of this story), whose story reportedly inspired the movie “The Terminal,” starring Tom Hanks. Keep this in mind if they evict you. Just go to the airport
Off to Hilo this weekend. Gonna need two native guides and a gun bearer just to find the front porch. Haven’t mowed in 5 weeks. Maybe I’ll just have a Rolling Rock instead. See ya Monday.