Starting October 25 Thru Halloween Night, CNN’s Jeff Zucker Will Be Sharing Movies From His Own Personal Donald Trump Collection. Mr. Zucker’s “Frightnight With Jeff & Donald” Is Sure To Be A Hit,” a FakeNews CNN Media Flack reported To TV Guide. Here are the listings….
California Can Expect Blackouts For A Decade, Says PG&E CEO
The AP reports,
The CEO of Pacific Gas & Electric Corp. told California energy regulators that the state will likely see blackouts for another 10 years like the one imposed last week that left as many as 800,000 customers without power.
The revelation by corporation CEO Bill Johnson came Friday at a California Public Utilities Commission meeting at which he said his company is trying to reduce the chances of wildfires by trimming more trees and using technology to target smaller areas of the grid when fire dangers require power outages.
But Johnson said it could take 10 years before such outages are “really ratcheted down significantly.”
When asked to comment about California’s gaining the prestigious “Third World Shithole” designation, Governor Newsom responded, “It was a tough fight, but I just received Kim Jung-un’s very gracious concession letter….”
What is the fascination with watching cars drive around in circles and crash into each other?
A Metro Detroit start-up says, “Not much. For the ‘cutting edge’ of motor entertainment try our Go Karts & Axe Throwing, instead.”
Wait for it. Wait for it…
Hey Ralphie! Maybe it wasn’t a BB from your Red Ryder BB gun after all.
“A Christmas Story” – The Triple Dog Dare
Another Timely PSA From ThePublicEditor.com
LeBron James no longer King James for Hong Kong protesters
The AP writes,
When the ball smashed into a photo of LeBron James’ face stuck above the hoop and dropped into the basket, the Hong Kong protesters cheered.
They also trampled on jerseys bearing his name and gathered in a semicircle to watch one burn.
James’ standing among basketball fans in Hong Kong took a hit because of comments the NBA star made about free speech. Fans gathered on courts amid Hong Kong’s high-rise buildings Tuesday to vent their anger.