. . . and, yes, for you young whippersnappers out there, that’s what they looked like, when they weren’t on opposite sides of the room or around a corner from each other.
Bruce Lowry cuts through the double-speak. A snippet:
It is laughable that some commentators and politicians refuse to acknowledge this for what it was, saying Trump’s comments toward Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Rashida Tlaib of Michigan and Ayanna S. Pressley of Massachusetts were not racist, or misogynistic, but only “nativist.”
That’s like saying the president’s “birther” conspiracy claims toward former President Barack Obama were only “nativist,” and not intended to incite racism or stoke the race-fed rage in some “white nationalist” quarters still steaming over the election of our first black president.
Thom reflects on the return of overt racism to public discourse and muses as to what extent “social” media has contributed to it.
Be polite to strangers.
The woman was shot in the leg July 13 after a bullet came through the wall of her motel room. She was taken to Rice Memorial Hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, the Willmar Police Department said in a press release.
According to the police, the suspect had a negligent discharge of a small-caliber handgun at the Super 8. The bullet from the gun traveled through the wall and into the adjacent room, where the woman was staying.
One more time, “responsible gun owner” is an oxymoron.
From the Party of Lincoln to the Party of Stinkin’.
Follow the link for the cartoon, stay for the post.
And this was just a few of the two-wheeled hazards we saw on the two mile trip to the grocery store. There were others in that same parking lot, as well as some left in the middle of a sidewalk in front of the local thrift store.
They should call them “stupid phones,” for they facilitate the stupid.
The Inky tells the tale of a long and twisted tour through the wilds of the Amazon(.com).