Teh Squeaky Wheel
Happy Caturday, GN!
Cheers for checking-in. Bummer your procedure was so unpleasant but glad to read the aftermath was better than anticipated; hope that’s the case this morning, too.
May the recuperation go swiftly and smoothly.
I think it’s hilarious that some jackasses are organizing a “science march”; bet there’ll be a lot of lab coats. Wonder if wizard hats will be the new pussy hats. 👿
Probably some Ghostbusters costumes, too.
Good morning from very windy SoCal!
And the Golden State will once again lead the way for the rest of our rather backwards country:
Backers of a proposed constitutional amendment seeking California’s secession from the U.S. can begin collecting voter signatures to qualify for the 2018 ballot, the secretary of state’s office said Thursday.
The proposed measure would strike language from the California Constitution defining the state as “an inseparable part of the United States of America, and the United States Constitution is the supreme law of the land.” If it passed, there would be a statewide special election in March 2019 to ask voters if they want California to become an independent country.
Happy Caturday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa!
Mac -- I hope you’re feeling better today.
Good morning, Sven! You arrived as I was RabBiT typing.
I also found the idea of a Science March rather amusing. Anthropogenic Climate Change is #RealScience, but there are as many genders as you want and a fetus is just a parasite, unless you want it, then it’s a real baby.
I’ve also enjoyed watching the Left eat its own in regards to peace and non-violence.
Hai, Sven and Paddy!
I’m amused by the secession talk.
CA is far too dependent on the FedGov money spigot; if they secede, they’d be way more bankrupt than they already are. And the public union goons -- particularly the prison guards -- might be just a wee bit unhappy at having to take a major pension haircut.
CA also consumes 1/3 of the entire U.S. welfare pie; they literally cannot afford to secede.
And with the state government turning the Central Valley -- with all its farms -- into a desert to save a fookin’ bait fish, they’d be eating a lot more food imported from Mexico.
Meaning California might literally carp itself to death.
Lastly, I have a hard time imagining CA defending its borders. 👿
Frankly, the only thing which causes me to not gloat at the prospect of their successful secession is friends / family there.