A bridge to nowhere

Today is Saturday. A cool, snowy May 9th. Yes, you heard that right.

The summer of 2020 has been officially cancelled. And here’s where things start to get weird.

Yesterday’s unemployment numbers were cataclysmic. But the stock market keeps rising. Federal officials are taking a wait and see approach to pumping more money into the economy while some, like Elizabeth Warren, are advocating that we act now to help people who are out of work and send more money to local governments and small businesses that are hurting. Oh, and there’s an election in the fall. It’s a high stakes game for the future of the country.

Roy, of Siegfried and Roy, has succumbed to Covid-19.

The Atlanta Journal Constitution is reporting that it was the DA that blocked the arrests of the father and son accused of killing Ahmaud Arbery.

And if you’re bored at home, Nicola Tröhler provides video instruction for channeling your inner Terry Gilliam. Or, you could just go to the master himself.

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