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Please, all you Californians...

Won't somebody give the cute kitty a belly scratch?


Jesus, would you look at the time?!?

Listen maaaan, we're gonna have to hug this out!

Trump's need for an image makeover transcends this, but

do you think this would help, at least?

Somebody's pregnant and about to burst!

Jacob de Grom wins NL Cy Young; Blake Snell gets AL nod

I think both are deserving.



Zombies to blame for mass shootings, says Kentucky governor

YOU CAN'T MAKE THIS SHIT UP! Well, Matt Bevin is, but the "fake news" isn't. What excuse will the gun advocates come up with next? How about some more restrictions on gun ownership, huh???

Gun regulation isn't the solution to mass shootings in the U.S., Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin said Tuesday, and America's culture of death, illustrated by Americans' obsession with zombie television shows, is more to blame.

In a radio interview with conservative talk show host Leland Conway, the Kentucky Republican said new laws aren't the solution to violence, but addressing a "culture of death" in media is the start.

“It starts with everything from the type of entertainment that we focus on,” Bevin said. “What’s the most popular topic that seems to be in every cable television network. Television shows are all about, what? Zombies! I don’t get it ... that’s what we are.”

Bevin went on to say Kentuckians are staunch defenders of the Constitution and that liberal attempts to enact gun control won't be successful. He added that violent shows are morphing the minds of young, impressionable children.


More of the same: Vatican orders US bishops to delay taking action on sexual abuse crisis


Baltimore (CNN)The Vatican has told the US Conference of Catholic Bishops to delay voting on measures to hold bishops accountable for failing to protect children from sexual abuse, the president of the conference said in a surprise announcement Monday morning.

In his announcement, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo said he was "disappointed" by the Vatican's decision, which he said he learned of on Sunday afternoon. Pope Francis met with his ambassador to the United States, Archbishop Christophe Pierre, on Saturday, according to the pope's public schedule.

Pierre is in Baltimore and addressed the body of bishops on Monday morning, though he did not mention the Vatican's insistence that the US bishops delay their vote. The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops gathers about 200 bishops from around the country twice a year to debate and adopt new policies.

A Vatican spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Pope Francis will convene a meeting of bishops from around the world in February to address the sexual abuse crisis, which has roiled the church on several continents, including North America, South America and Australia.


A lesson in rejecting Trump

Some fine work here. An example for others to follow

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