Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
Real news daily. M.D. Creekmore provides a smart summary of the days ten most fascinating news stories…
1. Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)
If you’re a rock fan from the 80’s like I am then you remember the Motley Crew song “Don’t Go Away Mad (Just Go Away)” well it looks like that’s Vanity Fair’s not so subtle suggestion to Hillary Rotting Clinton when they ask; CAN HILLARY CLINTON PLEASE GO QUIETLY INTO THE NIGHT? I’ve always thought of Hillary Rotting Clinton as being similar to what I’ve read about genital herpes in that she is always there waiting in the background and never really going away, and then when least expected there’s an outbreak of festering sores and itching. Maybe she should have been named Herpes Rotting Clinton?
+ Biden: I knew Hillary would lose the election.
2. Take Your ‘Sharia Law’ and Shove It
ACT for America (which has over 525,000 members) is spearheading several anti-Sharia Law rallies across the country today and of course the “Southern Poverty Law Center” is screaming “racism” and calling ACT for America an anti-Muslim hate group. I think that the folks at the Southern Poverty Law Center and Muslims around the world should all go eat bacon…. Yummy, good I love bacon. NBC News: ACT for America to Stage Marches Against ‘Sharia Law’ Nationwide.
+ Southern Poverty Law Center – Black Lives Matter Is Not a Hate Group.
+ When you look at the facts it’s easy to see that The Southern Poverty Law Center is a Far Left-Liberal Hate Group.
3. Not Fit to Serve
Scatterbrained House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi does it again referred to President Trump as “President Bush” and forgetting what day of the week it is – her confusion came just two hours after suggesting that President Trump was losing his mind. Looks like she is the one losing her mind and not Trump… if she ever had one to start with… Grabien News: Moments After Questioning Trump’s Mental Health, Pelosi Has Senior Moment.
4. The Funny Is Over…
Cosby might testify at his sexual assault trial. Legal experts, however, say putting the 79-year-old on the stand would be an enormous risk as he fights charges he drugged and violated Andrea Constand at his suburban Philadelphia home in 2004. Cosby has said the encounter was consensual. AP: Bill Cosby on the stand? Experts say it would be a huge risk.
5. Mine Isn’t
According to Medical Xpress Home, blood pressure monitors inaccurate 70 percent of the time. I questioned the accuracy of my home blood pressure monitor a few years ago so I took it with me to the doctor and checked the reading along with their check and there was only one point difference between the two. My blood pressure is normal by-the-way, however, most of my family tends to read on the high-side so I check mine every month or so to see where it is.
+ Mayo Clinic: 10 ways to control high blood pressure without medication.
6. How Many of These Have You Watched?
New York Times: The 25 Best Films of the 21st Century – The Hurt Locker gets my vote.
7. Going Riding…
The average nationwide gasoline price on Friday was the lowest for this point of the year since 2005. In my area, it’s $2.09 – I’d really be happy if it dropped to under $2.00 but unfortunately, I don’t see that happening this summer. New York Times: Drivers Head Into Summer With a Gift at the Gas Pump.
8. Double Your IQ
Harvard Study Shows Brain Boosting “Smart Drug” Proven to Double IQ Is The Biggest Discovery In History and Stephen Hawking agrees, crediting his ability to function with maintained focused on such a high level to a certain set of “smart drugs” that enhance cognitive brain function and neural connectivity, while strengthening the prefrontal cortex and boosting memory and recall. CNN News: Stephen Hawking Predicts, “This Pill Will Change Humanity”.
9. Computers Could ‘Initiate Global Catastrophe’
Many aren’t aware that their computers have been turned into “zombies,” as a massive worldwide malware attack called “Fireball” has already taken over 250 million browsers, with 20 percent of them affected being corporate networks, with cyber experts stating that this malware technology, which originated in China, could “initiate global catastrophe.” All News Pipeline: ‘Fireball’ Map Highlights Locations Of 250 Million Infected Computers That Could ‘Initiate Global Catastrophe’.
10. The Bottom of The News
We may soon be living in a world where farms are run by robots, as new farming technology threatens to phase out human involvement in farming processes. Agricultural engineers from the Harper Adams University in Shropshire, England, are exploring new ways of farming crops, aiming to be able to grow and harvest a field of cereal crop without humans setting foot on the farmland.
This part of a long-term plan by the super wealthy elites to lower the world population – build automated robotic systems to do most of the manual labor and you don’t need nearly as many people to keep things going.
+ This Is How Close We Came To Nuclear Annihilation – Explosive Interviews Between Vladimir Putin And Oliver Stone Prove Americans Made The Right Decision In 2016.
+ Florida’s Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey: Be Armed, Be Mentally Prepared, Make Terrorists Defend Their Lives for a Change.
Have a wonderful day – M.D. Creekmore