Sunday 12th of July 2020

Gus Leonisky's blog

they might worship god and vote for trump....

worship

US President Donald Trump has deemed churches and other houses of worship essential and called on governors across the country to allow them to reopen this weekend, even as some parts of the nation remain under coronavirus lockdown.

looking after us...

bugs

Individually, we are intelligent… We have evolved and we have developed intelligence. From the age when we can support ourselves and our family we do whatever we can to use the system in which we are born into.

 

loosing our footing...

sheep

The origins of populism partly lie in the humiliations associated with the uphill struggle to become, at best, an inferior copy of a superior model.

back in 2017...

coverscience

clean break: a new strategy for securing the british realm...

pal

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says the Palestinians will no longer abide by previous agreements made with Israel.

the news you take daily like a reflux tablet...

newsynews

With almost all the media focus on Covid-19, it’s easy to get the impression that the ‘novel coronavirus’ is the only show in town. But it isn’t. In large parts of the world there are even worse public health hazards, only they don’t get anywhere near the same coverage.

the US constitution might have been signed in a haze of marijuana smoke...

GWGW

George Washington probably died from pneumonia, age 67. The only treatment for anything in those days was to bleed the patient. As far as a cure is concerned, we’re still in the dark ages with some modern illuminations.

 

hydroxychloroquine could make donald go deaf... but this won't matter much considering beethoven...

genius

President Trump on Monday announced that he has been taking the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine to ward off the coronavirus.

taking a selfie with a celeb, in times of social distancing...

selfie2

One never knows what celebs you're going to meet at the supermarket these days.

llamas to the rescue

llamas A study published last week in the journal Cell

times are a-changing...

changing times

Patti Mulhearn Lydon, 68, doesn’t have rose-colored memories of attending Woodstock in August 1969. The rock festival, which took place over four days in Bethel, NY, mostly reminds her of being covered in mud and daydreaming about a hot shower.

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