Category: TWTW

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Fishy math and the end of an unlimited meal ticket.

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    The FBI is using geo-targeted advertising to recruit disgruntled Russian diplomats at their embassy. A funeral home in Arkansas is being sued after cremating a man who was hoping to be “raptured following the second coming.” Stephen Wilhite, lead engineer on the team that created the GIF, died at the age of 74. Constantly fighting […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Remember that cargo ship that ran blocked the Suez Canal for a week? Maybe they need to give their captains some remedial training as Ever Given’s sister ship, the Ever Forward ran aground off the coast of Maryland. San Francisco, taking a stance against laws limiting a woman’s access to abortion, LGBT discrimination, and voter […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    The war in Ukraine at home and abroad, contraband bologna, and the Brooklyn man lost in the wilderness.

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Ukrainian agitprop, contractual chili, and a molecular beverage printer.

  • The week that was

    A Ukrainian woman told off two heavily-armed soldiers and offered them sunflower seeds to put in their pocket so at least something will grow where they die. A Ukrainian driver pulled over to chat with a stranded Russian tank crew that ran out of gas and offered to tow them back to Russia. The tank […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Mattress Mack lost his $4.5 million Super Bowl bet. Melania Trump’s auction of a piece of presidential history to raise some crypto had a winner. The former first lady. Tuscaloosa police were called in after a report of two “suspicious packages” on the front steps of the federal courthouse. After setting up a perimeter and […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Scientists in Oxfordshire made a breakthrough in their work to create a self-sustaining fusion reactor doubling energy output from previous experiments. Due to pandemic-induced teacher shortages in New Mexico schools, the National Guard has been called in, as substitutes. Chimpanzees were observed treating each other’s wounds by applying dead insects to the wound, a unique […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    The sport of curling had its moment in the spotlight as the US curler John Shuster was the official flag bearer for the United States. This first time in US Olympic history. For about 30 minutes on Friday afternoon Russia had invaded the Ukraine. At least according to Bloomberg Financial News. Nearly half of all […]

  • The week that was

    The week that was

    Underscoring the need for President Biden’s trillion dollar infrastructure bill, a bridge collapsed outside Pittsburgh where the President was scheduled to give a speech later in the day, about infrastructure. The NYC Mayor’s office declared Sarah Palin a public health risk. The captain of the Crystal Symphony, a Miami-bound cruise ship, turned around and docked […]

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