It’s unfortunate, but the only way to reach some people is to have the IQ of a pinecone. And with that in mind, does a candidate like this have a chance?
So let’s not make this one:
Because, what can go wrong if you elect a billionaire outsider who says he can shake things up?
Here’s what you see in comments sections:
Who you gonna believe? Me or your lying eyes?
Whatever bad happens, you can bet Republicans are for it.
I hear Apollo Creed’s son is going to take on Drago’s son. (I’ll stick with this since reality hasn’t done too well recently.)
A lawyer takes a look at some past “family” entertainment. What she finds isn’t pleasant:
The good thing about this is we’re all going to be dead in 12 years anyway:
Insects around the world are in a crisis, according to a small but growing number of long-term studies showing dramatic declines in invertebrate populations. A new report suggests that the problem is more widespread than scientists realized. Huge numbers of bugs have been lost in a pristine national forest in Puerto Rico, the study found, and the forest’s insect-eating animals have gone missing, too.
In 2014, an international team of biologists estimated that, in the past 35 years, the abundance of invertebrates such as beetles and bees had decreased by 45 percent. In places where long-term insect data are available, mainly in Europe, insect numbers are plummeting. A study last year showed a 76 percent decrease in flying insects in the past few decades in German nature preserves.
The latest report, published Monday in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, shows that this startling loss of insect abundance extends to the Americas. The study’s authors implicate climate change in the loss of tropical invertebrates.
Make no mistake. This is really bad. The planet is dying and the idiots in the GOP refuse to do anything to keep us alive. In fact, they promote policies that will accelerate our deaths.