Little Friday Motes

Just think: A realtor is just a “used house salesman”. Kinda puts a new perspective on it.

Call it research: So Uncle Joe has decided on a full court press to “find the cure” for cancer. The very first question that popped into my head;” How many of his cronies have now gotten bullet proof jobs for the next 10-15 years?”.  But that’s just me.

Don’t pet the shaggy cows: A man who may have been keeping a wild kangaroo as a pet was killed by the animal in southwest Australia, police said Tuesday. It was reportedly the first fatal attack by a kangaroo in Australia since 1936. It was believed he had been attacked earlier in the day by the kangaroo, which police shot dead because it was preventing paramedics from reaching the injured man, police said. The man died at the scene. “They’re not a cute animal, they’re a wild animal,” said one official. So, in addition to not petting the big shaggy cows, let’s say don’t fight with the giant bunnies.

Falls are very clean: A high-level executive in Russia’s energy sector has died after apparently falling off a boat over the weekend, becoming the latest Russian powerbroker to perish under “mysterious circumstances.” Ivan Pechorin, 39, managing director of the Far East and Arctic Development Corporation (ERDC), was sailing off the coast of Russky Island in the Sea of Japan on Saturday when he fell overboard from the speeding vessel. His body was recovered from the water on Monday following an extended search. Drownings while sailing are not “uncommon”. Man, you’d think these guys are friends of the Clinton’s.

Don’t say I didn’t warn you: On Monday, a sexual assault victim filed a lawsuit against the city and county of San Francisco for storing her DNA collected from a rape kit in the police database. The suit alleged that her DNA was stored without her consent and later used to arrest her on unrelated burglary charges. So, they get your DNA anyway they can, and boom you’re charged. And everybody knows DNA is NEVER wrong.

Speaking of getting it wrong:   Philadelphia teacher Ellen Greenberg was “excited” about life, her new job and her upcoming wedding when she was found dead under “grisly circumstances in 2011”. A close friend said she in no way believes the 27-year-old could have killed herself. Greenberg died from 20 stab wounds, half of them in her back, including a 6.5 cm wound to the base of her skull allegedly sustained after her heart stopped beating. An autopsy found she’d suffered 20 stab wounds, half of them from behind, and the initial manner of death was ruled a homicide.   After a behind-closed-doors meeting between pathologists with the city medical examiner’s office and investigators, the report was revised, and her death ruled a suicide. Like the guy who shot himself in the head, twice, with a lever action rifle. Determined.

Is Kamala Harris a master of the  oblivious?

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