Some Sunday morning reading to share.
Mark Warner decided not to run for president. Disappointing news in my opinion, but I don't think we've seen the last of him. Perhaps he just realized that the Democratic swarm of cockroaches is too hooked on the stupid path that will lead to Hillary's nomination and it wasn't worth the effort to fight that suicidal move. I told you the guy was smart.
Great. The UN votes sanctions against everyone's favorite cockroach dictator in North Korea. My wife and I did too. I think ours will have more effect. This farce just keeps on playing and no one seems really interested in stopping it. I enjoyed seeing this article that shows just how little electricity NK has.
The BBC continues to try and warp language in efforts to be neutral. A shame really.
Steven Wright has a new TV special. I'm watching.
So which is more bizarre? The fact that Six Flags is holding a cockroach eating contest, or that PETA is trying to stop it. I'm not sure, but I bet Steven Wright could have fun with that one.
The Restored Church of God thinks blogging is wrong. Another reason I'm on the hell bus, I guess. (Via The J-Walk Blog.)
And from my non-blogging friend this joke:
Q: What do you call someone in the White House who is honest, caring, and well-read?
A: A tourist.