Yesterday, The New Yorker posted an odd, rambling interview with Donna Brazile by Isaac Chotiner. I sense the odd, rambling stuff isn’t Mr. Chotiner’s fault. When you agree to go to work for Fox News, it’s hard to deny you’ve sold out to the devil. Ms. Brazile attempted to deny it, but it didn’t go too well. https://www.newyorker.com/news/q-and-a/donna-brazile-explains-why-she-is-working-for-fox-news Continue reading The Weirdest Thing I’ve Ever Read on The New Yorker’s Site
Here’s a Tech Insider story, shared on MSN’s site. If you’ve never heard of “thundersnow,” you may find it of interest. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/weather/rare-thundersnow-is-hitting-new-york-—-heres-what-that-is-and-why-it-happens/ar-BBJZ40j?li=BBmkt5R&ocid=spartandhp Continue reading Odd Weather Phenomenon in the Northeast
No, I’m not trying to bore you. It’s just happening naturally. http://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2017/05/18/chuck-schumer-viral-photo-moos-pkg-erin.cnn Continue reading It’s a Slow News Day. I Admit it.
I’ll share this just because it includes some weird creative writing. By the way, shouldn’t we be asking why valuable antiquarian books weren’t in a locked cabinet? To hell with the occult angle. This sounds like sloppy management. http://amp.gothamist.com/amp/articles/create?article_id=57e416bcada6e27c5976c732 Continue reading Lock ‘Em Up! The Books, That Is.