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News Briefs 20-01-2017

“Insanity is relative. It depends on who has who locked in what cage.”

Quote of the Day:

“Mysteries abound where most we seek for answers.”

Ray Bradbury

News Briefs 19-01-2017

C'mon, you know the *only* reason you're gonna watch the ceremony, is in the off chance some time-traveling bounty hunter from the future does make an appearance…

Thanks to Barry.

Quote of the Day:

"I prefer a painful truth over any blissful fantasy."

˜Chelsea Manning

News Briefs 18-01-2017

Y'know, they call them fingers, but I've never seen them fing...

Quote of the Day:

Every man lives in two realms, the internal and the external. The internal is that realm of spiritual ends expressed in art, literature, morals, and religion. The external is that complex of devices, techniques, mechanisms, and instrumentalities by means of which we live. Our problem today is that we have allowed the internal to become lost in the external. We have allowed the means by which we live to outdistance the ends for which we live.

Martin Luther King

News Briefs 17-01-2017

I have a news!

Quote of the Day:

In spite of spectacular strides in science and technology, and still unlimited ones to come, something basic is missing. There is a sort of poverty of the spirit which stands in glaring contrast to our scientific and technological abundance. The richer we have become materially, the poorer we have become morally and spiritually. We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not learned the simple art of living together as brothers.

Martin Luther King

News Briefs 16-01-2017

Face-eatingly good news briefs today...

Thanks Cat.

Quote of the Day:

There's an old Italian proverb, 'When four people sit down to conspire three of them are fools and the fourth is a government agent'. I believe with modern surveillance techniques that's more true than ever, and any overt action against the power structure is doomed to failure because of the techniques of control that have been developed. But the anarchistic impulses of art cannot be governed.

Robert Anton Wilson

News Briefs 13-01-2017

“Everywhere is walking distance if you've got the time.”

Quote of the Day:

“I was once walking through the forest alone. A tree fell right in front of me, and I didn't hear a thing.”

Steven Wright

News Briefs 12-01-2017

Why no love for Stranger Things, Golden Globes? Is it because we officially entered the Age of the Upside-Down?

  • Mr. T (ya know, the orange one) just let go all the people in charge of maintaining the US nuclear arsenal --Up.Side.Down amigos.
  • Queen Elizabeth's long-lost skirt found on church altar in Herefordshire --a queen taking her skirt off in a church? Now THAT is a Netflix series I wanna watch!
  • Thanks to the magic of digital reconstruction, you can now loon into the eyes of the 9,500-year-old Jericho Man.
  • Mythological animal confirmed to be real --Nope, not that one.
  • Week in Weird's Greg Newkirk offers a rather sacrilegous idea of why we'll never find a Bigfoot body.
  • In space, no one can hear you have a total mental breakdown
  • Congrats on your 600 days in orbit with your super-secret robotic space plane, US Air Force. Care to tell us what the hell is doing up there, or do we wait for the Russians to break the news? .
  • Science concludes: Yes, there have been aliens.
  • My last appearance in Radio Misterioso consisted on Greg and I geeking out over The Arrival, musing about UFOs, Language, Time perception and a whole lot more.
  • Why Chomsky's theories about language were challenged by an Amazonian tribe.
  • California's famous 'tunnel tree' brought down by Trump tweet winter storm.
  • The New York Times offers some valuable advice on how to conquer your negative thinking --and NO, they DON'T include stop reading The New York Times…
  • The descendants of the 120,000 Japanese-American citizens who were incarcerated during WWII are still haunted by that injustice.
  • The mysterious vanishing of Ambrose Bierce.
  • Red Pill of the Day: Yes, there are actually people selling 'vintage milk' (read 'spoiled') online. Hey, if it worked with 'subprime mortgages' (read '$#itty') amiright? It's all in the labeling, baybeh!!

Thanks to Kat and the Demigorgon --hey, at least he was clear in his intentions!

Quote of the Day:

"We have Hope. Rebellions are built on Hope!"

~Jyn Erso, Rogue One

News Briefs 11-01-2017

When do we offically start using "Thanks Trump" instead of "Thanks Obama"? Asking for a friend...

Quote of the Day:

What do sad people have in common? It seems they have all built a shrine to the past and often go there and do a strange wail and worship. What is the beginning of Happiness? It is to stop being so religious like that.