Sunday, November 19, 2017

Nov 19, 2017 - 1:21 PM ET - 10 TWEETS, NONE TWEETED.

*"Former first lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Friday she didn't 

know what Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand "was trying to say" when she suggested this 

week former President Bill Clinton should have stepped down over his affair with 

Monica Lewinsky that tarnished his presidency." 

Hillary is always waffling from telling truths to lies, and she knows that Senator

Gillibrand is dead on. Both husband and wife are "liars, liars, pants on fire."

*"Argentina intensifies search for missing submarine carrying 44 crew 

members." We must pray.

*"Assassin's Creed: Origin Review: 5 Awesome Things Fans Liked." (African American news site). 

*"Insider: Danica Patrick's surprise return to Indianapolis 500 a poetic end to 

trailblazing career."

I don't know yet why Danica Patrick is retiring. Her Susan B. Anthony approach

to NASCAR driving has set the stage for many more women drivers. 

*"Birth of the Bug: See How Artists Built the 'Starship Troopers' Alien Warrior 

(Video)." By Mike Wall. 

*"Party set to sack Mugabe, Zimbabweans celebrate." Just several days ago the spokesman for Zimbabwe 

said that they were attempting to rid the government of corrupt officials and not 

a takeover of the government. Shows what happens when you look power in the 


*"No. 5 Wisconsin muscles their way to 11-0 against No. 24 Michigan." The rankings place Alabama at number 1, Miami - Florida 

at number 2, Oklahoma at number 3, Clemson at number 4 and Wisconsin at 

number 5. Wisconsin has not lost, Oklahoma and Clemson losing 1. So why is 

Wisconsin rated number 5 when they should be ranked at least number 3?

As my Father and now I say when confronted with something we didn't 

understand, "what the hell's going on?"

*"Syrian army, allies take back Albu Kamal from Islamic State." Slowly by slowly we're ridding ourselves of this 

worldwide evil that is ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria).

*"Researchers chase a better fix for the seasonal flu. The flu and complications 

from it can kill as many 56,000 Americans every year while costing $10 billion in 

doctor visits, hospitalizations and medication. But since the strains change so 

quickly, its vaccine is only around 20 to 60 percent effective. So researchers 

across the country and world are trying to develop a universal and longer-lasting 


NewsHour Weekend’s Megan Thompson reports. 

*"Satellite Map Of My House. Enter Any Zip Code or City."

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