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Sunday, 9 August 2015

Let's settle the 2016 U.S. election NOW!

I don't have a clue as to who will win the Canadian election this fall, because even though the Conservative should do so if for no other reason than their past record, there are too many variables to give an accurate prediction!


The American election next year is much easier to call.

The Republicans will not win because they are just too ......., too ....,  right wing!

For example, just read THIS headline: "The Republican Party Created Donald Trump!"

Yup, he's like the Frankenstein monster brought to life!


That leaves us the Democrats, and as it stands now that crown will go to either Hillary Clinton, or Joe Biden. (Berni Sanders would be the best, after all is said and done, but he's an outsider and a long shot!)

Image result for politics, carly fiorinaTHEN!

The next election in 2020 will go to either Marco Rubio, or Carly Fiorina!

I will get back to you on this issue to say: "I told you so!"

[And remember, ya heard it here first!] ;>)


EXTRA, EXTRA, read all about it:

MONTREAL -- A Federal Court judge has ordered a new review of a Quebec prisoner's grievance over access to TV channels showing lat-night pornography.
Forty-six-year-old Haris Naraine filed a complaint after corrections officials cancelled two cable channels in March 2013, saying he and other inmates at the Montreal-area Archambault Institution paid for them.
A Judge’s Gavel The channels were cut after Correctional Service Canada instructed prisons across the country to remove all sexually explicit material from facilities and to block X-rated television content.
Naraine argued corrections had no right to censor what the inmates legally bought and said limiting access violated their charter right to freedom of expression.
Federal Court Justice Jocelyne Gagne said in her decision that she agreed there must be a zero tolerance policy toward inmates sexually harassing correctional officers, but she said there is nothing to suggest that inmates who had access to sexually explicit television content were sexually harassing employees. "There is no evidence that the safety and healthful working environment of female correctional officers at Archambault is jeopardized," she said in her written ruling.



Image result for plague  clipartThree cases of plague have occurred in the Western United States in recent months. Most recently, a girl in California became sickened with plague after visiting Yosemite National Park and the nearby Stanislaus National Forest in mid-July, according to the California Department of Public Health. The girl was hospitalized and is recovering, and officials are investigating the source of her infection. (At the same time they issued warnings about locusts and frogs, as well as what little water is left out there turning to blood!)


They are changing the name of the movie "Fantastic Four" to "Not-So-Great Four," after the movie tanked over the weekend!


 As it turns out maybe the Wiuzard of Oz Scarecrow didn't need that brain after all.

Image result for wizard of oz scarecrow clipart(Newser) –  Real Clear Science revisits a bizarre case from 2007 in which a relatively normal 44-year-old man—married, two kids, job—turned out to have been going about his life without most of his brain. In fact, the discovery was only made when the man went to a hospital in France because his leg was feeling weak. According to a New Scientist article published when the case was revealed in July 2007, one neurologist estimated the man was missing more than 50% to 75% of his brain but—other than a slightly below-average IQ of 75, per the study in the Lancet—was suffering no ill effects. Real Clear Science reports the man's condition stemmed from a case of hydrocephalus (an excessive buildup the cerebrospinal fluid that cushions your brain) suffered as a baby.
Image result for moron clipartAt that time, doctors inserted a shunt into the man's skull to drain the fluid. But when the shunt was removed at age 14, fluid again started building up, and this time it had three decades to push his brain matter until that matter only lined the edges of his skull. According to the New Scientist, neurologists could not explain how the man could function while the parts of the brain that control motion, language, vision, emotions, and more were severely compressed. In the end, the case was pointed to as an extreme example of the brain's adaptability. "If something happens very slowly over quite some time, maybe over decades, the different parts of the brain take up functions that would normally be done by the part that is pushed to the side," said a brain defect specialist not involved in the study.