Wednesday Reads: Hump Day Cartoons 

Well, can it be?

Is April finally having that baby?

Well, when I checked the video live feed…it was down. Go figure. 

Cartoons time!

Just a few, I’m doing this post on my phone so my sources are limited. 

This is an open thread, what kind of new disasters are you following today?

16 Comments on “Wednesday Reads: Hump Day Cartoons ”

  1. Enheduanna says:

    JJ! Thank you for reminding us about April. I hope all goes well and our spirits get a much needed boost.

  2. bostonboomer says:

    How exciting!!

  3. NW Luna says:

    So much fodder for the editorial cartoonists with tRump. Wish we could fast-forward to the imprisonment cartoons.

  4. NW Luna says:

    Remember When Republicans Cared About U.S. Allies?

    …Merkel, who in her 12 years as chancellor has deftly navigated rocky relationships with the likes of Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkey’s neo-Ottoman Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is fortunately experienced in the handling of insecure men with behavioral issues.

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  6. NW Luna says:

    FF’sS, Animal Farm, here we are.

    Energy Department climate office bans use of phrase ‘climate change’

    The Office of International Climate and Clean Energy is the only office at DOE with the words ‘climate’ in its name, and it may be endangered as Trump looks to reorganize government agencies.

    A supervisor at the Energy Department’s international climate office told staff this week not to use the phrases “climate change,” “emissions reduction” or “Paris Agreement” in written memos, briefings or other written communication, sources have told POLITICO.

    • janey says:

      yes, because if you put your fingers in your ears, say lalalalala and close your eyes it all goes away.

  7. NW Luna says:

    But tRump and his thugs are still on the loose.

  8. NW Luna says:

    Priorities. This makes me want to scream:

    A university is eliminating its science collection — to expand a running track

    The curators of the Museum of Natural History at the University of Louisiana-Monroe got grim news last week from the school’s director: The museum’s research collection had to be moved out of its current home. The reason? The space was needed for expanded track facilities.

    The curators were given 48 hours to find a new place on campus to store the collection — something they weren’t able to do. Now they must get another institution to take their several million specimens. Their hard deadline is July, when the track renovations are slated to begin. And if the collection isn’t moved by then, curators said, it will be destroyed.

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