It’s a Mystery
How did the Taliban survive a year and a half without masks, social distancing, PCR testing, mandatory vaccines, and now manage to recapture Kabul and rule Afghanistan in the middle of a global pandemic?
It’s an even Greater Mystery
The progressives believe that they can stop global warming (just pay them everything you have) but they can’t figure out how to unload cargo ships.
Medieval Speed Dating?
In this re-enactor’s version of speed dating… a man wears his horned helmet and attaches the kind of panties he finds most appealing… A woman goes to the man who has the panties she prefers to wear. This is not a photo of Beans. Don’t jump to conclusions.
Maps that don’t Matter
The number of UFO sightings per US state.
The Number of Ghost Sightings per US State
Soccer Fan Half-Time Treats
Oh, you wanted Memes
Is it a Crime?
(more here) A father in Washington State has been charged with murder after he allegedly killed his daughter’s ex-boyfriend, who he believed sold her to a sex trafficking ring.
The Spokane Police Department arrested sixty-year-old John Eisenman for killing nineteen-year-old Aaron Sorenson. The carcass was discovered when it began to stink.
According to police, in October 2020 Eisenman learned his juvenile daughter had allegedly been sold to a sex-trafficking ring that operated in the Seattle area.
Eisenman, it is alleged, believed Sorensen was responsible for her sale and worked to locate him after he managed to return his daughter to the Spokane area later that month.
In November 2020, Eisenman learned Sorensen was due to be at a location in Airway Heights, and is accused of waiting there for him to arrive.
When Eisenman spotted Sorensen, he allegedly confronted Sorensen and got into a physical altercation with him.
The SPD Facebook post added: “During that encounter Eisenman abducted the victim, tying him up and placing him in the trunk of the vehicle.
“Eisenman subsequently assaulted the victim by hitting him in the head with a cinder block and then stabbed him repeatedly, causing his death.”
Police said Eisenman placed Sorensen into a truck and drove the vehicle to a remote area in North Spokane County where he abandoned it.