No self-awareness whatsoever.
Plaintiffs eat crow in silly lawsuit about crows.
Being a farm boy, I tend to be biased against crows, but, really, now.
It sounds like the plot of a half-baked stoner movie screenplay, but it’s actually happening: Google boss company Alphabet and Mexican food chain Chipotle have become the flying burrito brothers under a delivery-by-drone plan that will first target the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech).
How is this not biological warfare?
Two creepy clowns have been caught. Of course, they weren’t actually creeping creepy clowns. They were creepy clown callers-in, or whatever the proper term may happen to be.
During a subsequent interview with deputies, Brandon Jerome Moody, the man who placed the 911 call, initially claimed to have seen “clowns around a white van parked on Hammett Road.” Moody, 26, then changed his story before admitting that he fabricated the clown tale.
Moody, pictured above, confessed that he was aware of “all the complaints about clowns and the schools being on lock down.”
Leonard Pitts, Jr., laments the passing of truth. A nugget:
So reads an email sitting in my inbox.
Not shockingly, Snopes, the fact-checking website, has rated the claim it makes as false. . . . .
That truth is not offered in hopes of persuading my correspondent. It is presented simply as a snapshot in time, a postcard from post-factual America. Meaning America of the last 20 years, where untruth is gospel, reality is multiple choice and “facts” are whatever you have testes enough to say and somebody is dumb enough to believe.
Read it. And weep.