MYOB: Cher is facing backlash from her social media followers after saying she’s wondering “when Texas will start mandating Burqas,” in reaction to the state’s “heartbeat” pro-life abortion law, which bans most abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. The “Usual Suspects” who seem to agree include Michael Moore, Amy Schumer, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Dave Bautista, Alyssa Milano, and Amy Brenneman. What I find funny, none of them live in Texas. What, they aren’t satisfied with ruining Calipornia? And what about that pesky “States Rights” thing?
Speaking of Hollwierd: They have decided to delay (again) “Top Gun: Maverick”. Meh, me either.
And again: It is being reported that George Soros has “donated” well over $1 million to the campaign to retain Gavin Newsom as Calipornia gov. For someone who lists London and New York as his “residence”, there has to be a reason he is so concerned with the politics in that other state. Huummm. I wonder what that would be?
Some people have entirely too much time: Taylor Swift fans believed that she was the first person that claimed Kanye West had cheated on Kim Kardashian about over a year ago in her cryptic song lyrics. His alleged act of infidelity supposedly served as the inspiration for his new song, Hurricane, on his latest Donda album. Come on, does anyone, except maybe Kimmy and what’s his name, really care? I didn’t think so.
The future: You take someone out of their home country, you bring them here to America, they have little or no education or training, they don’t speak the language of where they are living, they are unfamiliar with the food and supplies available, they have barely any knowledge of modern plumbing, very few know how to drive, they know little of modern communications, they have little understanding of the currency, they are of a different religion from those they are surrounded by, and you give them money every couple of weeks and expect them to become prosperous contributing members of society. You are delusional. And probably a democrat.
A micro-glimpse of what’s to come: Deprived of their preferred food source — the bananas, peanuts and other goodies brought in by tourists now kept away by the coronavirus — hungry monkeys on the resort island of Bali have taken to raiding villagers’ homes in their search for something tasty. The gray long-tailed macaques have been venturing out from a sanctuary about 500 meters (yards) away to hang out on their roofs and await the right time to swoop down and snatch a snack. Sounds cute. Maybe not. Wait until things start getting scarce in our cities. I mean food, water, or power. The difference is monkeys don’t beat you, assault your family, and shoot you. As the title says, this is just a micro-glimpse of what is to come.