Tuesday, March 12, 2019

A Slow News Day Amidst The Winds of Change


                                           Good Day World!

Lately, between my morning caffeine fix and the daily news on steroids providing an adrenalin rush, I was pleasantly surprised that there was a slow day (yesterday) in the news cycle.

Instead of being jacked up and ready to opinionate for my daily post, I became passive and found it hard to complain about anything. Even Trump.

Maybe it was because, for one rare day, he didn't entirely dominate the headlines with a new scandal, and news organizations were forced to settle on a rehash of his shit from the weekend, and last week.

Yesterday had some real news events (not linked to our liar in chief). Like the second crash in six months for Boeing's brand new 737 Max 8 causing worldwide concern.

My point is that there are a lot of newsworthy stories getting buried every time Trump makes an ass out of himself, which is practically daily.

Amidst the winds of change with Democrats controlling the House and holding Trump and his minions to task, I don't expect too many slow days this year.

My advise, should we be so blessed again, is to savor that day without Donny getting the top stories like you would a sunny day in Alaska.

Time for me to walk on down the road...

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