I’ve been a little busy … here’s a Friday round up

The war on Christmas is real! It’s raging at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

Little tiny virus molecules are protesting on the streets of many bodies who want law and order. The disorder could be peaceful. Or it might turn into riots. We’ll see what happens.

These douchbags finally get comeuppance.

Myanmar citizens feel sorry for Americans.

Myanmar is a poor country struggling with open ethnic warfare and a coronavirus outbreak that could overload its broken hospitals. That hasn’t stopped its politicians from commiserating with a country they think has lost its way.

“I feel sorry for Americans,” said U Myint Oo, a member of parliament in Myanmar. “But we can’t help the U.S. because we are a very small country.”

The same sentiment prevails in Canada, one of the most developed countries. Two out of three Canadians live within about 60 miles of the American border.

“Personally, it’s like watching the decline of the Roman Empire,” said Mike Bradley, the mayor of Sarnia, an industrial city on the border with Michigan, where locals used to venture for lunch.


“The U.S.A. is a first-world country but it is acting like a third-world country,” said U Aung Thu Nyein, a political analyst in Myanmar.

And the ACB announcement may turn out to be a super spreader …