* From the Wisconsin files: Teen dressed as clown raises concerns in Waukesha.
* OK, it’s out of control now. When a major-party presidential frontrunner says this kind of bone-chilling stuff, the joke is over. Friends, I have some terrible news. Trump Tweeted Fabricated Murder Stats From A Neo-Nazi And This Is How The Media Reported It. The media has no idea how to deal with Donald Trump’s constant lying. PS: Trump Built a Monument to a Fake Civil War Battle on His Golf Course. This is all burying the lede, though: Donald Trump has superpowers.
* Thomas Jefferson is next. I’m amazed he’s emerged unscathed thus far.
* Yet no group is more impressed with Edward Snowden than American college students. Even skeptical or indifferent students change their opinions of him when they hear him speak — by Skype — in packed college auditoriums.
* And the new MST3K is trying really hard to be good. I agree with the commenter who suggested that she should have the Joel/Mike role — and Jonah Ray would be better off as the Mad…
Written by gerrycanavan
November 24, 2015 at 12:21 pm
Posted in Look at what I found on the Internet
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