It’s easy to believe Trump posed as his own publicist back in 1991. He’s posing as a presidential candidate in 2016.
A documentary of Anthony Weiner. Seriously? Haven’t we seen enough of this guy?
#Google has patented pedestrian flypaper that sticks people to self-driving cars if they are struck. They claim it will minimize injuries caused when the pedestrian is thrown to the ground after the impact. It reminded me when I was in the airborne infantry, we used to say if your parachute fails to open make sure to grab grass or something when you hit the ground, because the impact doesn’t kill you; it’s the bounce after impact.
I love those TV ads that state, “These are real people not actors.” I conclude that actors aren’t real people. Are these people customers? Maybe not. The ad should say, “These are real customers, not actors.”
According to my news feed, there’s a resort in #Thailand that offers a view of the ocean for just $100 a night. I suspect the rooms are a lot more expensive, if just a view of the ocean costs $100.
Judge Andrew S. Hanen of Federal District Court in Brownsville, a federal judge in #Texas on May 19 excoriated the Justice Department, sentencing department’s lawyers to attend ethics classes. They had argued the case involving President Obama’s immigration executive actions. He accused the lawyers of lying to him during arguments in the case. Lawyers need training on ethics? WTF? To paraphrase Captain Louis Renault (played by Claude Rains) in Casablanca, I’m shocked, shocked to find that some lawyers may be unethical. Say it isn’t so.
According to ESPN’s “Outside the Lines,” the #NFL has been trying to influence the findings in a study of football and brain disease. Apparently, they are banging heads with the scientists.
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