Meme of the Month
* A veteran of the Canadian Forces sought treatment for a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), only for his medical team to suggest euthanasia instead. What’s going on in Canada? Euthanasia seems to be the cure-all, and while it is in a way – send you on your way – maybe there is some sort of middle ground? People have even qualified for MAiD solely due to disability, poverty, and financial issues. Lose all your money on a bad investment in a chinchilla ranch in Canada? The solution is a bullet to the head. Could you get Trudeau to lead the national charge, as it were?
* MODERNA CEO: “It’s sad to say. I’m in the process of throwing millions of doses in the garbage because no one wants them.”
Why would anyone want an injection of an RNA-altering drug that does not somebody from contracting or spreading the plague? These companies should be thrilled that the US granted them transactional immunity from prosecution.
* According to the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, 35% of American adults said they trust lawyers, while 32% said they did not trust them. Another 33% were not sure. The good news for lawyers is that these findings are slightly improved from 2018 when they were trusted by only 29% of likely voters. The bad news is, that people who have experience with lawyers trust them even less than those who have never hired a lawyer.
QI short for Quite Interesting is a British Quiz Show
The format of the show focuses on answering questions that are extremely obscure, making it unlikely that the correct answer will be given. To compensate, the panelists are awarded points not only for the correct answer but also for interesting ones, regardless of whether they are correct or even relate to the original question, while points are deducted for “answers which are not only wrong but pathetically obvious.”
The correct answer was sokushinbutsu, the practice of Buddhist monks observing asceticism to the point of death and entering mummification while alive.
The car bombing of Darya Dugina resurrects suspicions of Putin and FSB involvement in the Russian Apartment Bombings in 1999.
Yemeni students leave their Kalashnikovs outside the classroom as they take their exams.
We don’t deserve dogs