The president of America is coming from Israel to speak before a joint session of Congress just as soon as he gets done slapping around the Palestinians.
No trains full of crude oil or plutonium derailed and exploded this week.
The last play in the Super Bowl still lingers in my mind like a bad bowl of dinner chili burped up at breakfast the following day.
The cops in Los Angeles are bringing civility back to law enforcement by gunning down homeless people on the street in broad daylight with cameras rolling.
Sooner than later we’ll see what an iWatch actually looks like and it’ll bring a crashing halt to the ‘iWatch’ rumor industry. Expect iWatch rumor industry stocks to take a deep fall.
Just when you think the Republicans can’t get any more ignorant than the previous week along comes a rising imbecile to compare union workers to ISIS. It boggles the mind.
Obama is doing such a fine job that it triggered Rudy Gulliani into orchestrating a self destructive ego implosion.
Muslim miracle as huge fire fails to collapse one of their tallest skyscrapers. Is it a sign from Allah or just good engineering?
That lady who went looking to gun down that neighbor kid for pissing her off ended up getting gunned down herself. Awkward.
Some Nascar dude beat on his wife but there’s no elevator footage so he’ll probably be back to spinning around in circles in no time.
Apple is hiring up people and actually paying them what they’re worth which is causing their competitors considerable consternation. Beneficial free market concepts are rarely “trickled down” far enough for the workforce to partake of. Their former employers are gearing up to spend a fortune enforcing non-compete clauses costing millions that could have otherwise been applied to the workers before they bolted. Walmart was so spooked they cranked their pay knob all the way up to ten!
We should outlaw non-compete clauses. We’re a competitive society, not some hippie-lettuce toking, tambourine-circle banging commune-ists (exceptions: Colorado, Washington, Alaska and yours truly).
Second edition in the recently launched series of my “quick news” carousel collection. Pause the slideshow and peruse at your own pace.