The Week in Review: J.K. Rowling, Chinese Wind Power and Element 113
The week in review.
-Replacement refs replaced.
-Japanese scientists create unstable Element 113. They quickly name the unstable element Sheila for obvious reasons.
-Republicans come up with several new reasons for Obama’s widening lead in battleground states. Most probable explanation revolves around overt reality bias among voters.
-Major television networks announce their plans to cancel the one show you actually like. Dancing with the Stars still going strong.
-President Obama blocks Chinese firm from owning US wind farm. China retaliates by sending U.S. 1 billion bottle rockets with wet fuses.
-J.K. Rowling releases new adult oriented book commonly referred to as “The First in the Not Harry Potter Series.” Rowling hints at possible new Harry Potter book tentatively titled, “Harry Potter and the Mound of Money.” The book will be released simultaneously with movie adaptation starring Jar Jar Binks, Scrappy Do, and Keanu Reaves.
-Vatican and other experts call into question the authenticity of 4th Century papyrus indicating Jesus had a wife. Even so, 3rd century papyrus claiming Jesus owned a squirrel seems totally legit. “The Gospel of Jesus’ Squirrel” will soon be released with accompanying Smithsonian Channel documentary.
-Over fear of badgers spreading disease among livestock, British authorities call for 70 percent of badger population to be wiped out in key regions. Protestors decry plan as inhumane and ineffective. Britain responds with firm rebuttal, “Badgers…we don’t need no stinking badgers.”
-Other stuff happened as well.
Doug blogs at www.Fairlyspiritual.org