Something to think about: I’m getting tired of reading “The suspect was known to police”, “The shooter was on the government radar” and such crap. But, how many civil rights and freedoms would have to be stomped on for the leo’s to actually act on this “information?”
The holidays are rough on everyone: For 48 hours over Christmas, a “psycho” squirrel terrorized residents of the small United Kingdom town, residents told local South West News Service. Over a two-day period, the squirrel injured 18 people in 21 attacks, with some requiring tetanus shots after being bitten. “I’ve got teeth marks on the top and bottom of my finger,” Sheree Davidson said. “It proper latched on and I had to shake it off. He’s taken the top layer off my knuckle. His teeth are like pins.” The squirrel was later captured and brought to a rescue facility. He has been “put to sleep” for public safety.
What is he smoking and can I have some: Uncle Biden declared on Wednesday that despite record inflation and a record trade deficit, he has the “strongest first-year economic track record of any president in the last 50 years.” “We’re ending 2021 with what one analyst described as the strongest first-year economic track record of any president in the last 50 years,” the president tweeted, adding, “Let’s keep the progress going”. Whhaaatttt???
No problem: Nicholas Cage no longer wishes to be referred to as an “actor”. Hey Nick, I’ve seen most of your movies, that won’t be any problem.
Looking at this wrong: AOC has been seen with her young male friend having a few drinks etc. in Florida, where she doesn’t have to wear a mask. Too bad the rest of “her city” can’t take the same vacation, but you know, they must work for a living. AOC has said that Republican men are mad because they can’t date her. Sweety, they can, they just don’t want to.
Thought your neighborhood was bad: A total of 874 vehicles were set ablaze across France on New Year’s Eve as part of a decades-old tradition. That figure is lower than in previous years, according to Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin. A total of 1,316 cars were set on fire in 2019, according to a press release issued by the Interior Ministry on Saturday. So it was “down” to 874?