The Mystery Of The Hush Hush Pee-pee

DETROIT – A Michigan woman says she woke up to someone urinating on her while she was on a Delta flight home to Detroit from Las Vegas. That someone happened to be a well-known North Carolina pastor, according to a report from WJBK-TV, FOX 2 News in Detroit.

The pastor, who hasn’t been publicly identified, was issued a court appearance for misdemeanor assault and released, said Mara Schneider, a spokeswoman for the Detroit office of the FBI.

“Until he appears in front of a judge and therefore gets formally charged, we will not be releasing his name,” Schneider said.

Make It Stop

Donald Trump is so fucking stupid. Here he is on Twitter, posting a tweet about a (satirical) news story saying that the founder of Twitter has shut down Twitter in order to help Biden.

Bad Kitty

Pete literally sent me to the hospital last night. He bit me in the arm Tuesday PM when I was trying to break up a fight between him and Pepper. He’s bitten me plenty of times before, but this time the bite became infected. And now I get to take antibiotics and hope it doesn’t get worse.

He’s still a good kitty. He’s just got a tough side to him. We call him “Ditch Kitty” because we assume he was from a feral mother and spent his first few weeks on the hard streets of north Raleigh. He takes no shit, not even from someone six times taller than he is.

This is the Mystery of the COVID Quotient

What’s America’s actual COVID death rate?

The coronavirus pandemic may have caused tens of thousands of more deaths in the spring and summer than previously thought, a new study says.

Researchers at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond found nearly 75,000 more people may have died from the pandemic than what was recorded in March to July, according to the report published Monday in the peer-reviewed journal JAMA.

By examining death certificates, the study found more than 150,000 deaths were officially attributed to COVID-19 during that period. But researchers determined that nearly 75,000 additional deaths were indirectly caused by the pandemic, bringing the total number of deaths for those four months to more than 225,000.

These are the seasons of emotion and like the winds they rise and fall.