I just learned from an episode of Forensic Files that the “SKU” in “SKU number” stands for “stock keeping unit.”
(I am a long-time fan of Forensic Files, because it’s about real science, not science fiction a la CSI.)
Bob Molinaro, sports writer extraordinaire, catches the irony:
I’m a Southern boy.
I grew up under Jim Crow, went to segregated schools, and used segregated facilities for functions that are common to all human beings.
I know from my own experience that the N-word doesn’t “just slip out.”
It’s either part of how you think, or it isn’t.
The Roanoke Times’s editorial board channels Isaac Newton’s third law of motion. A snippet (emphasis added):
For some Virginians, this is a disorienting moment, to the say the least. State Sen. Amanda Chase, R-Chesterfield County, and a candidate for governor next year, took to Facebook to say: “Let’s be honest, there is an overt effort here to erase all white history.” This would be laughable if she didn’t mean it so seriously.
Taking down a statue is not “erasing” history. It’s re-appraising whether we’re honoring the right people from our history.
Share your politeness in private moments.
Another man in the restroom suffered what is being called a “non-life threatening” injury and was transported to the Watauga Medical Center.
At the Tampa Bay Times, Steven Buckley writes of the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. This passage left out at me:
Follow the link for the complete article.
And AL.com’s political cartoonist, J. D. Crowe, asks and answers a question (follow the link for his cartoon):