The US next week...
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WSU Cougars football coach Nick Rolovich is an anti-vax nut. So many of these types are all over America.


Of course Rantz, Seattle's top Trumpist, thinks the Washington Attorney General’s plan to fire employees who are not fully vaccinated is "dangerous government overreach." And what does Rantz have to say about this bit of news from the other side of America: "Governor Carney Signs Clean Water for Delaware Act"? Right, right, right... "dangerous government overreach."

You want more of this anti-vax nonsense? Here is some: 100 members of the US Olympic team "declined vaccination."

Anti-vaxxers really are just dying for no good reason: "Texas has seen nearly 9,000 COVID-19 deaths since February. All but 43 were unvaccinated people." I think this right-wing obstinacy is the storming of the US Capitol building in reverse? Instead of rioting/rushing outward, the nutters are now rioting/rushing inward. The latter rioting, however, is proving to be far more deadly than the former.

As for Florida:

The truth:

August will not see an end to this drought. September? Surely September? Fine, October. October will not let us down.

According to the Seattle Times, Seattle will be hot next week, but not as hot as much of the rest of the country, which will be in a coast-to-coast heat dome. The dome descends in the context of a plague and a drought. When are the locusts coming? When will they "cover each and every tree of the land and eat all that is there to be eaten." It's bound to happen at this point.

Some facts concerning the current surge of shootings in King County:

Americans are spending again. And credit card companies are happy again.

Basketball superstar LeBron James has joined the club that's really into space these days, the Billionaire club. James is, after all, in a movie called Space Jam.

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The Cleveland Indians is now a thing of the past. The baseball club has changed its name to the Cleveland Guardians. It works. It's an improvement. But what happened to my suggestion, the Cleveland Camels?

Scenes from a real nightmare in nature: "At some point, a bear had dragged him down to the river... He said that the bear kept coming back every night and he hadn't slept in a few days." The bear also ripped off the door of his shack. This grizzly was all about: "Go the fuck back to where you came from."

Simply because the weekend is just around the corner: