Animal’s Hump Day News

Happy Hump Day!

Things just keep getting more interesting.  The Imperial City has announced that Imperial coronavirus social isolation standards will be extended until April 30th.  Since I can work remote, and since I’m in the medical manufacturing industry, this won’t affect me all that much, aside from (obviously) not being around people as much.  That isolation, of course, does not include my own dear Mrs. Animal, and to my very great fortune, our marriage is such that we are very comfortable being isolated together.

In fact, there are some distinct benefits to this arrangement.


On To the Links!

I love a happy ending.

This in Monday’s New York Post:  Dems need to bench Biden.  No shit.

Speaking of Groper Joe:  He has more problems besides creeping dementia.

Oil prices continue to drop.  Cheap energy is good, but low oil prices are hard on American fracking companies.

“In our pluralistic society we generally try to accommodate how individuals desire to live their lives up to the point where those desires impinge on the other people’s rights,” said Attorney General William P. Barr. “Allowing biological males to compete in all-female sports deprives women of the opportunity to participate fully and fairly in sports and is fundamentally unfair to female athletes.”  About damn time.

Kennedy Center:  Received $25 handout from Queen Nancy.  Kennedy Center to musicians:  Fuck off, you’re fired!

Promising (and in long use) medicine for Kung Flu approved.

Yeah, good luck with that.

Ventilator shortages, it turns out, are nothing new.




Fines and jail for leaving your house without permission.  Because fuck the First Amendment.

Big Brother is watching.  Because fuck the Fourth Amendment.

This Week’s Idiots:

Kathy Griffin is an idiot.

Queen Nancy Pelosi is an idiot.

The legacy media is full of idiots.

Rachel Maddow is an idiot.

China’s wet markets, the probable source of the Kung Flu, are back in business.  Idiots.

With That Said:

Moving soon into Week Three of our self-imposed isolation.

This whole thing is getting a little surreal.  Monday’s announcement has us sorely tempted to negotiate an end to our New Jersey lease and head on home to Colorado for good, since I’m working remote anyway, but the place that sells the luggage trailer we need for the trip is closed, and from what I hear many of the roadside motels we’d need for the trip are closed as well.  So, for the time being, we’re planning to stick it out until the end of May, and see which way the fox jumps.

Anyway, here’ s a Hump Day bonus to cheer us all up.

And so with that, we return you to your Wednesday, already in progress.