Posted on by Stewart
Weird Is Now Normal
Many of you have heard about the purple squirrel that was found in Central Pennsylvania. That was only one of the many strange and bizarre stories in the news this week.
We have had everything from woolly mammoths in Siberia to exploding lakes in Africa to heavy snow in Rome and Algiers to a father blowing up his kids and himself in their house. The bizarre has become commonplace.
There was eve a story of a lab that wants to clone the Neanderthal man so that this body can help provide remedies to block human diseases. They apparently have done this already if they mentioned the possibility publicly.
The US Congress has approved the use of spy drones over the United States! That gives you a warm and fuzzy feeling, doesn’t it? Don’t sunbathe nude in your backyard.
Argentina and the UK are throwing word rocks at each other again over the ownership of the Falkland islands in the South Atlantic. The Argentinians call them, Las Islas Malvinas, which means–islands of the bad vines. That’s a clue to what they are! There happen to be entries into the inner earth from there which is why the Brits won’t give them up, even though they are nowhere near the UK.
Then again, all of Britain shuts down over a mere 2 inches of snow, which they refer to as “blizzards” and threatening weather. Here in Michigan, we call that kind of weather—late Summer. Well, no wonder they lost the empire.
Speaking of weather, we are experiencing high winds and heavy lake effect snow here in Michigan and the Great Lakes. Hope I can get to the airport in the morning. Luckily, I won’t be relying on British travel services.
I will be back in time for the Mind-Pluck seminar here. You don’t want to miss that one!
Enjoy this bitterly cold weekend and remember–there is NO global warming!