If your parents need a gift soon, the 2022 Old Farmer’s Almanac is out and ready to fascinate your father who will read things out loud to aggravate your mother. The prediction for this winter is “A Season of Shivers,” which sounds good for Halloween but lousy for a long winter.
Thomas Wolfe wrote You Can’t Go Home Again but perhaps Tom Brady didn’t read that novel, because he went home to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro Massachusetts to play the New England Patriots, his team for two decades.
“May you live in interesting times,” the famous Chinese curse, seems painfully appropriate now. Apple’s been all over the news with new hardware and software, just as Microsoft Windows finally crawls from Win10 to Win11.
It’s been a couple of weeks since Hurricane Ida flooded most of Louisiana, so now it’s time for Tropical Storm Nicholas to dump a half-foot or more of rain across parts of Texas and most of The Soaked State. Luckily, these newsbits are waterproof.
One resource that continues to grow and multiply is billionaires with “interesting” ideas. Go to space, like Bezos, Branson, and Musk? Old hat. Own a basketball team? Go, Steve-o. Floating city? Peter Thiel is outside your jurisdiction. Build a $400 billion city in the desert?
Does anyone have the warranty paperwork for Year 2021? When tropical storms come ashore in Rhode Island, things are weirder than usual, even for our trouble-laden 20s. But the 20s are doing their part, so searing heat will now head to the Northeast to make things more, um, interesting.
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The Tokyo 2020+1 Olympics are in full swing, and with the 2020 tag, you know things are weird. The USA men’s basketball team, stocked with stars like Kevin Durant and Damian Lillard, snapped a 25-game Olympic winning streak by losing to France, 83-76.