Nine Iranians charged in massive cyber theft campaign targeting universities, Justice says
I’d go with option one.
UPDATE: No Change — still no problem.
UPDATE 2: Sorry — false alarm.
“The world is not ending, but the world as we know it is ending,” he told The Washington Post. “A major part of the world will not be the same the beginning of October.”
So if you have bills due next week, plan on paying them. You no longer have hookers and blow money.
UPDATE 3: This just gets better and better
I tried some team-building activities during a period when I worked from home.
The cat was pissed because I landed on her during the trust fall.
I typed, “I’m feeling,” and my phone suggested ”pretty.”
Nice to know it encourages self esteem.
So Candy is half price… Stuffed Animals are half price…
Diamonds, not so much…
Donald Trump met with GOP members of Congress today. There were some moments:
Another Republican in the meeting Rep. Mark Sanford (R-SC) told TPM that Trump was asked pointedly if he would defend Article I of the Constitution.
“Not only will I stand up for Article One,” Trump enthusiastically stated,
according to Sanford. “I’ll stand up for Article Two, Article 12, you name it of the Constitution.”
Sanford said Trump’s lack of knowledge about how many articles exist, gave him “a little pause.” (The Constitution has seven articles and 27 amendments.)
Maybe Trump could hire two Corinthians to teach him basic civics.
America’s Baby Christian may have some views about the book of Revelation.
”I know all about the Rapture. That’s where Jesus comes down, shoots you, and eats your head. And then he goes around eating cars.”
After ending a phone call with a disagreeable customer, the clerk said, “Everybody wants to argue with me today.”
I snapped, “No we don’t!”