Bits & Bytes

CHILD ABUSE: A four-year-old British boy developed hypothermia after his school put him into an unheated outdoor classroom, all alone, with nothing to do, in 40-degree weather. Then, they called the mother to come get him, because they thought he might have COVID, neglecting to warn her to come quickly. By the time she arrived, the little boy was suffering from hypothermia and needed hospitalization. Small children are at virtually zero risk from COVID, but are highly susceptible to hypothermia. The case has been referred to the County Council.

HONOR: CLICK [1:04] to hear a pilot’s announcement concerning the casket in the hold. Tissue alert!

JUSSIE SMOLLETT: The Five discuss the outcome of the trial. [6:40]

LIBERAL TEARS: CLICK [:45] to see a leftie realize her entire worldview is built on racism and lies.

MEXICO: In a move that smacks of lunacy, Mexico’s Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN) has affirmed that citizens have the right to change their date of birth on government documents to match their personal, imaginary “identity.”

MOB JUSTICE: Last April, Norfolk, Virginia, Police Lt. William Kelly was fired after his boss found out he had donated $25 to Kyle Rittenhouse’s defense fund, using his department-issued email address. Said boss is a hypocritical BLM supporter who attended BLM rallies in uniform!

Candace Owens started a fund raiser to help Kelly deal with his loss of income. She set the goal at $100,000. They shut off donations when the total hit $255,353.

OMICRON: No Omicron-related deaths have been reported in the United States or around the world to date. One person in the United States has been hospitalized so far. “The disease is mild,” CDC Director Rochelle Walensky says, noting the symptoms include cough, congestion, and fatigue.

VAXXX: No surprise here.

VIOLENCE: [7:53] – Democrats really think we’re stupid.

WAITING FOR GATEAU: You gotta read this in its entirety! It begins, “There is something to be said about a truly disastrous meal, a meal forever indelible in your memory because it’s so uniquely bad, it can only be deemed an achievement. The sort of meal where everyone involved was definitely trying to do something; it’s just not entirely clear what.”

“For reasons that could fill an entire volume of TimeLife Mysteries of the Unknown, THIS ITEM IS AVAILABLE FOR SALE AT THEIR GIFTSHOP. In case you want to have a restraining order filed against you this holiday season.” It’s $50, probably plus some substantial shipping since the restaurant is in Italy. Also, it will be late.

Do click and read the hilarious rest of this worst ever restaurant review and gawp at the photos of the wretched excuse for food and the possibly even worse décor. And stay tuned to the very end where he reveals how much they were charged. One Euro is currently worth about $1.13.

P.S., I dunno about his reference to Nic Cage’s career. Was there ever any good stuff? I stopped watching anything he appeared in years ago.


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2 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. …not today, not in this grocery store

    Laughed Out Loud

    (showing my age to spell that out)

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