You can’t trust very much. Sometimes things are, sometimes they ain’t.
A friend posted a pic of a huge empty area in Target claiming it evidence of crisis. It was the day after back-to-school and Target was switching it out to Halloween. I went by later and took pics of the rest of the store bursting with merchandise. gyaahd.
Friend claimed that shelves were barren store-wide. I pointed out that in the distance in their very own photos that the store looked heavily laden. Friend then claimed that store was nearly out of Keurigs. lol
I wanted to say, “what is up with you?” but decided it was better to let it go and just mock in secret on social media.
I had seldom seen a more beautifully stocked store.
I was trying to dig up anti-gay dirt yesterday on an out-of-state church that somebody kept praising on Facebook. I didn’t find what I was looking for. Instead, several local churches in Greensboro kept coming up in the search results.
Whatever. There’s something to be said for churches that have put that stuff right on their web page. Better to know than not.
thought it said, “USA spent more than a BILLION dollars during 20 years of war in Afghanistan”
What a bargain. Seems kinda cheap.
Then I remembered that BILLIÓN in Spanish is TRILLION in English. So, it’s “USA spent more than a TRILLION dollars during 20 years of war in Afghanistan”
Yeah sure, short an intermittent stimulus check by $600, give every large business in the city a tax “abatement,” and still somehow get dopes to sit on their asses downtown in front of cameras and beg for their taxes to be raised to pay city salaries.
All those yachts in Dubai Harbour, it’s maritime lifestyle like no other!
I let headlines load on my browser’s start page so that Mozilla will get a little revenue. This is a screenshot of one of them. I knew as soon as I saw the lede and the NPR url that the story would be status quo rubbish. It doesn’t take reading anything more than contained in the image to know that.
The article could have been written by the Miami crowd, the White House, and/or any of the “intelligence” agencies.
In the pic, I count all of about 25 “protestors,” not counting the neighborhood people milling about.
Low information disinformation a la NYT, WaPo, and so many others. According to the recent Psaki announcement, maybe NPR should be removed from all social media.