"Don't be rude. YOU ARE FAKE NEWS"
And "fake news" has been a huge problem ever since the days of Dan Rather's "fake, but accurate" George W. Bush AWOL fake memo.
But Trump verbally smacking Acosta and CNN?
I enjoyed that. It's about time someone rubbed their noses in it. Go Donald!
First Carrier, now Ford...
Trump isn't even if office yet and he's already a better President than Obama.
Which, I know, is not saying much because a Goldfish would be a better President than Obama....
One year later...
Trump isn't even in office yet and he's already having a positive effect.
You guys remember 8 years ago? I do. I remember the calls from the media that "the people have spoken and why do we have to wait to get Obama in there and Bush should just resign now" -- you libs still feel that way?
70 days left until the long national nightmare is over and the term of America's 4th Fascist Regime ends. (First three were Wilson, FDR, and LBJ).
Plus -- Trump's going to appoint rational judges in the mold of Scalia and Thomas.
Finally, we've turned the page and can start beating back the utter stupidity of the "progressive" movement.
Now that's "Change I can believe in".
The booklet had a spiral which took some time to figure out. Basically, 2 pieces in the middle, and 1 on each side of it, which makes it look really cool, and more importantly, supports the turned pieces. They do a slow turn though.
After figuring it out, we went for a 3, that is, 3 in the middle, 2 on each side, and 1 on each side of that. With 1000 pieces, that allows 111 levels of 9 pieces each, which is what a friend built in the picture. The last piece might be lost, but there are 3 warped pieces in there. Got to watch out where to put them!
Kapla is expensive, but with a small table, the enjoyment never ends. In only takes a few minutes for even the ardent to give in and start building!
Link o' the day:Raw cookie dough vs health & value judgments
Why public health worries don't have to ruin your cookie dough This and its ilk have been going around for a little while. I especially liked the part mentioning value judgements:
But the key word of the previous sentence is "unnecessarily." Whether something is necessary or not is not a scientific judgment. It is a value judgment. An FDA official may personally believe that eating raw cookie dough isn't important and choose to never eat it. That is their choice. At the same time, I can believe that eating cookie dough (made from flour known to be not part of the recall and pasteurized eggs) is something that I enjoy enough that I'm willing to put myself and my children at (a very small) risk to do.
Someone ought to tell him that in US English, periods go outside the quotation mark.