Folks we got it all wrong.
There is no population explosion! (Matter of fact, it’s the exact opposite bunky.)
Look at it THIS WAY!
Every person alive today has two parents.
But they have four grandparents.
And sixteen grandparents.
We are getting less people with each generation, and with about 7 billion people on this planet right now the Perspective Research Department has calculated that we will be back down to one couple by the year 2115!
(Don’t say I didn’t warn ya!)
By the way, where’s Waldo?

Your long suffering reporter saw this headline on the Internet today!
Putin Tries To Sell Ukraine’s Muslims!
(No word yet on how many there are, or how much he wants for them….., but we will keep you informed!
Speaking of Putin: There is an article in today’s’ Reuters (Owned by Canadian David Thompson) that bears reading!
Special Report: How the U.S. made its Putin problem worse!
You can find it HERE:

the-final-member-documentary-review_9679260_87Sigurdur “Siggi” Hjartarson has made a decision to display his collection of hundreds of carefully preserved mammalian penises — we’re talking the whole spectrum, from a mouse to a mammoth sperm whale organ — at the Iceland Phallological Museum in the small sub-arctic town of Husavik.
Siggi says his wife was complaining about the space his collection took up in the house so he is now moving it to the museum.
Our only question is: Why is there a Phallological Museum in the first place?
A five-year plan to create a new, more prosperous economy on P.E.I. does not appear to have created jobs
The Island Prosperity Strategy, announced in 2008, launched in 2009, aimed to improve average wages on the Island, with one of the architects of the plan predicting they would be the highest in the country by 2014.
The government would invest $200 million to create jobs in bio-science, information technology, aerospace and renewable energy to achieve this goal.
With 2014 here, the government has removed references to the strategy from its Innovation Act. There has been no analysis of what jobs were created by the Island Prosperity Strategy, or of how much money was spent on it.

From celebs to charity workers, politicians to party goers, the obsession with the ‘selfie’ spans far and wide.
Smartphone self-portraits are now fair game in high-level diplomatic meetings as well as college dorms, with snaps being shared widely on social media.

But the selfie phenomenon may be a craze in more ways than one.
imagesExperts have linked taking selfies with mental illness, claiming that some people who obsessively take pictures of themselves may have a form of Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD).
Those with BDD typically have a preoccupation with one or more perceived flaws in their appearance, and tend to be excessively self-conscious.
AND FINALLY: You might remember the story I told about my war with a raccoon one summer!
Well after seeing this clip about a close cousin of these furry bandits, I can understand why they are such pests!

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