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These press conferences are getting to be like "The Truman Show"

Everyone watching (which Trump loves) and wondering, "How will it end?"

It's like we're all in on it and he's not. Everyone around him is staged.

Of course, in this case it would have to be called "The Lieman Show".

Dream question: How much did your Impeachment distract you from this virus?

And any other responsibilities of your office?

Mind you this could be used as a softball from OAN or Fox reporters. It could even be used as spin.

Think about the timeline though. Everything that wasn't done. All the planning and paying attention to the blinking red lights was during his Impeachment. The House Impeached him December 18, 2019. The Senate trial was January 26 - February 5, 2020.


Bored Panda has some good stuff on it

These are scroll down posts not flipping from page to page to page

Where is God during the coronavirus pandemic?

Found this near the top of Fox News page

Many people want to know why God won’t stop it. Where is He in the middle of this global pandemic?

To be clear, no evil comes from God – but nor can any evil happen without His permission.

Despite all the strife and suffering, God is there – because He is everywhere.

God is currently in every hospital, strengthening doctors, nurses and medical personnel as they treat the sick and comfort the dying.

God is working through the government’s response to this crisis, providing President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence and the Coronavirus Task Force wisdom and guidance as they plot and plan their attack on this lethal pathogen.


FREE. Rock n roll. Damn I needed this

Cheers! New York liquor stores deemed 'essential' and can stay open amid coronavirus crisis


Never mind the virus. Pass the Scotch!
New York liquor stores have been deemed “essential” outlets and will be allowed to remain open amid the coronavirus crisis, a state trade group said Friday.

“Liquor stores are considered essential,” the New York State Liquor Store Association. “We do not have to reduce our workforce.”
The group cited state regulations that exempted stores selling “beverages” from coronavirus rules that virtually shut down the state.

Did I just see Sean Spicer asking a question?

What the hell is he doing there?

If I was "Peter" I would have gotten up on screen and walked out.

Everybody's gotta eat

Hey! It's the FIRST DAY OF SPRING! ☀️........so of course there's a blizzard warning


CNN)From intense storms to heavy rain and some snow, the first day of spring will bring a massive storm that's felt from coast to coast.

"This is one of the first significant storm systems of the season -- a real clash of warm and cold air masses," CNN meteorologist Taylor Ward said.

It's not uncommon for early spring storms like this to bring a large swath of snow as well as a significant area of severe weather, including tornadoes.

See that right there folks? THAT's St. Louis

GOOD NEWS! Hallmark running Christmas movie marathon starting tomorrow! 🎅 🌲🌨⛄️

Hallmark Channel Schedules Christmas Movie Marathon During Self-Quarantine

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Cooped up inside and wishing you could relive some holiday cheer? You're in luck because Hallmark Channel has set a special Christmas movie marathon weekend to help you get over your self-quarantine blues, ET has exclusively learned.

Starting Friday, March 20 at 12 p.m. ET/PT, Hallmark will air 27 original "Countdown to Christmas" holiday films from recent years, starting with Candace Cameron Bure's A Christmas Detour.

The weekend marathon, a response to fans' desires for a dedicated lineup of feel-good movies to help pass the time amid the coronavirus outbreak, culminates Sunday, March 22 at 6 p.m. ET/PT with Christmas in Rome starring Lacey Chabert.

To see the full schedule, see link

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