Some tidbits from the news and such:
Democrat Moves To Ban Trump From South Carolina. Too bad about that pesky Constitution, which guarantees freedom of travel within the U.S., by U.S. citizens.
Not that the Constitution matters a hill of beans to all too many pols these days.
Could a planet orbiting a black hole sustain life? Maybe. Makes one wonder how an economy orbiting our Imperial debt could sustain life.
Dinosaurs Probably Didn’t Roar. Squeal, screech, sing, whistle, maybe – but not roar. No voice box, it seems.
Sunday’s Democratic Debate: Apparently a choice between a Turd Sandwich and a Giant Douche.
Remember gas wars? One in Michigan has gasoline at 46 cents a gallon.
RIP, Glenn Frey. Take it easy.
Chickens weren’t always dinner. But they have always tasted… well, like chicken.
Robots May Eliminate Five Million Jobs By 2020. Insert obligatory “I, for one, welcome our new robot overlords” comment here.
I guess this is a good argument for the Three Laws of Robotics.
And, on that mechanical note, we return you to your Tuesday, already in progress.