Bits & Bytes

2d AMENDMENT: The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down a California law banning the sale of semi-automatic guns to adults under 21, saying it infringed on the rights of people ages 18 to 20. “America would not exist without the heroism of the young adults who fought and died in our revolutionary army. Today we reaffirm that our Constitution still protects the right that enabled their sacrifice: the right of young adults to keep and bear arms,” Judge Ryan Nelson wrote.

2000 MULES: Dinesh D’Souza’s new movie grossed more than $1 million in its first 12 hours of streaming. D’Souza says it’s “a great sign for creators who do not want to be silenced or censored for their speech.”

EASTER MEDITATION: [15:57] – The Shroud of Turin’s latest findings are staggering. It is a multiple exposure and the man in the image was ALIVE AND MOVING! Was this the moment of the resurrection of Jesus? The nails in his hands and feet show they were moving, the Tefillin on his arms shows his arm was moving and his belt buckle shows he was breathing.

FAUXTUS: CLICK [:57] to see a montage of our current POTUS.

HUFFPO: HuffPost attacks Tucker Carlson for fixating on the race and sexual orientation of the new White House Spox, Karine Jean-Pierre, by fixating on her being black and gay.

KARMA: Joseph Anthony McKinnon (60) and Patricia Ruth Dent (65) shared a home in Edgefield County, South Carolina. For whatever reason, McKinnon strangled Dent, then wrapped her body in trash bags and dug a hole in their back yard. Shortly after dumping Dent into the freshly dug hole, McKinnon suffered a heart attack and died.

KILLING BEAUTY: Enjoy this while you still can [4:22] – White Western musicians have written some of the most beautiful music ever, so naturally Satan’s ministers are out to obliterate it. Cambridge University recently rolled out a new course titled “Decolonizing the Ear,” which aims to teach students how to engage with music through various academic frameworks, largely those related to power dynamics. Because, you know, classical music is all about “imperialism and neoliberal systems of power.” Or something.

S&G: A Colorado mom reports that her 12-year-old daughter was invited to an art club at school, only to find it was a Gender and Sexualities Alliance meeting at which she was told that, if she wasn’t 100% comfortable with her body, she is trans.

TRUDEAU: On May 7th, squadrons from Cadet and Junior Canadian Rangers were bussed two hours to London, Ontario, to fly on two C-130 Hercules planes. At some point, somebody from the military got on the bus and inked a zero on the hand of every unvaxxxed kid. When the bus arrived at its destination, the thirty or so “zeros” were not allowed to get on the C-130s. The fact that the unvaxxxed got on the bus in the first place was blamed on poor communication. The fact they weren’t allowed on the planes was blamed on Trudeau’s federal aviation ban.

WAPO: CLICK [3:27] to hear Tucker report on a whole lot of idiocy.

WHITE HOUSE LIES: Also, 8.3 million people were only technically unemployed due to COVID lockdowns. As soon as restrictions were lifted, they went back to their jobs.

GRAMMY NOTES: May of 1995 is when we broke down and got AOL. It totally boggles my mind that this was 27 years ago!



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2 responses to “Bits & Bytes

  1. Funny how the mind speed-reads and sometimes mis-reads because of what we expected something to be. Reading closely, I finally figured out the “grapes” pic. Heh.

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