There are days for sunny morning walks in the garden, where dew-bejeweled roses release their fragrance on the light breeze.
These are not those days. These are days of harsh realities demanding sharp answers. This is now … time for thorns.
A record-setting alligator caught in a creek in Alabama has just gone on display at the Mann Wildlife Learning Museum in Montgomery, Alabama. I may have to gather myself and go see this now safely-stuffed wonder, because the largest one I’ve ever seen was a trifling four-footer, barely one-fourth the size of this behemoth.
The venerable Pyrex brand is marking its 100th year. I have new measuring cups and several old Pyrex dishes from the 1930’s. The stuff is practically indestructible, which is why it was used in labs and for the military.
Perhaps now NSA will be forced to focus on what it really needs to do its job instead of casting such a wide net that it can not begin to digest what it has.
This is the list of the 2015 grads of Columbia’s masters degree in statistics. Still think public education is working really well?
Workers at an Alabama plant have voted to de-certify the United Auto Workers Union for the fifth time in less than two years. Perhaps this time the National Labor Relations Board will actually rule that the union has been officially de-certified instead of trying to thwart the will of the workers by giving the union yet another bite at the apple.
Rasmussen Reports recently conducted a national telephone poll which shows that voters expect bias from the media in reporting on the 2016 presidential contest. It remains to be seen if voters can spot the bias and train themselves to ignore it. They utterly failed the last two times around.