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Va. School Board falls for fake name prank. 😆😁🤔😳 LANGUAGE warning

Last Thursday, August 26, a meeting of the Henrico School Board fell victim when board member Reverend Dr. Roscoe D. Cooper III began calling up members of the public who had been registered to speak.

It quickly became apparent that the names listed to be called for public comment during the meeting weren't actually real names at all.

Not that Cooper or anyone else on the school board noticed any issue.

In the space of one hilarious minute, he asked, in turn, for each of "Phil McCraken", "Suck Mahdick", "Ophelia McCaulk", "Eileen Dover", "Don Kedick" and "Wayne Kerr" to take to the podium, pausing as each name went ignored.

https://www.newsweek.com/virginia-school-board-bart-simpson-inspired-prank-silly-names-henrico-1624520

18 Pictures That Show The Differences Between Biden's And Trump's Oval Office (Bored Panda)

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https://www.boredpanda.com/biden-trump-oval-office-differences/














Do people have to wear a scarf, yoga pants, and UGGS to church now?

Drone strike in Afghanistan was "ninja bomb" no explosion just blades.

WASHINGTON—The Pentagon used a special Hellfire missile that packs no explosives to strike Islamic State militants in Afghanistan on Saturday in retaliation for a suicide bomb attack at the Kabul airport last week, according to two U.S. officials.


The missile used by the U.S. in the airstrike, called an R9X, is inert. Instead of exploding, the weapon ejects a halo of six large blades stowed inside the skin of the missile, which deploy at the last minute to shred the target of the strike, allowing military commanders to pinpoint their target and reduce the possibility for civilian casualties.

The use of the special Hellfire missile, which inside the military is referred to colloquially as “the flying Ginsu,” recalling the popular knives sold on TV infomercials in the 1970s, hadn’t been disclosed. The weapon also has been dubbed the “ninja bomb.”

https://www.wsj.com/articles/u-s-used-a-special-hellfire-missile-in-afghanistan-airstrike-on-islamic-state-11630190876

Lightning strikes outside White House with Marine on post.

https://twitter.com/cspanjeremy/status/1430993223544147974?s=21

Items for refugees- sometimes things just hit you

Morning staff meeting at work. A coworker mentioned that they would be taking items down Ft. Lee for the Afghan refugees that are coming in. Ft. Lee is about an hour down I95.

Any household thing is needed particularly toiletries. I texted my wife whose still teleworking and my daughter (last week before school) and they are on it.

I know a lot of people in the path of Ida will need things to but this is right here. So….

Man that really hit me. I just can’t imagine. I can’t.

No Empty Greene did NOT crash a little girls Princess party 🎈

https://twitter.com/patriottakes/status/1432025254180782080?s=21

Who knew? 🤔😳

CDC Director ends CDC's silence on guns

'Something has to be done': After decades of near-silence from the CDC, the agency's director is speaking up about gun violence

https://www.cnn.com/2021/08/27/health/cdc-gun-research-walensky/index.html

"The scope of the problem is just bigger than we're even hearing about, and when your heart wrenches every day you turn on the news, you're only hearing the tip of the iceberg," Walensky said. "We haven't spent the time, energy and frankly the resources to understand this problem because it's been so divided."

For example, the CDC is spending $2,224,482 to fund a surveillance mechanism that tracks, in nearly real time, the number of people coming into emergency rooms with nonfatal gunshot wounds. It collects data on the intent of the injury -- documenting, for example, whether it was self-inflicted, unintentional or related to an assault.

"We don't even know who enters the emergency department, in most places, as a result of firearm injury -- we don't even know it," Walesnky said.

The agency is also spending $8,085,935 on 18 research projects to prevent gun-related violence and injuries.

More Clustertrump- al Baghdadi was bigger than Osama bin Laden

https://twitter.com/atrupar/status/1431070165115023363?s=21

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