Warrior, diplomat, statesman, father, grandfather, gentleman, servant.
“His life was gentle, and the elements mixed so well in him that Nature might stand up and say to all the world, ‘This was a man.’”
William Shakespeare Julius Caesar, Act 5, Scene 5
Ave Atque Vale, Mr. President.
And now let us, gentle readers, turn our thoughts back to this vale of sorrow and tears, and see if we can find a little humor to light our way this coming week. First, a note on the importance of science:
I knew it!
That’s a good question…
But the Chief Justice assured me all judges are non-partisan…
The more things change, the more they stay the same…
The most trusted name in news…
Well, I’m willing to give it a try if everyone else is…
Well that’s it then. The science is settled!
Scenes we’d love to see if there was any justice in the world…
Uh, they have reproducible studies for this?
Uh, have they looked? At everybody?
Hey, you gotta break a few eggs to make peace, right?
Oooooo! That’s gonna leave a mark.
Only you can prevent California.
No problem. Just send them to do stories in the 51stthrough 57thstates.
There you go. The science is settled again.
She can read?!
What’s up Doc?
Just desserts department:
Could I get a list, please? It’s so hard to keep up…
Self-inflicted injury department:
Self-inflicted injury department #2:
And finally, the ultimate in legitimate virtue signaling–if any of them would do it:
Have a great week gentle readers, and I’ll see you here next Sunday, and hopefully, the rest of the week too.