Saturday, November 25, 2017


*"Saudi crown prince says anti-corruption drive is essential for the Kingdom's 

reputation."  Saudi Prince Mohammed has also labeled

Iran's Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei, as the 'new Hitler.' I didn't know that 

Saudi's believed in the Holocaust.

*"Battle erupts over control of Charles Manson's remains, estate." And I believe they're still fighting over Conway Twitty's estate

who died on June 5, 1993, about 24 years ago. 

*"Tech Tent: Tencent and electric bikes. Tencent (a Chinese company) owns the 

hugely popular, and lucrative, League of Legends game." Rory Cellan-Jones. 

Technology correspondent. @BBCRoryCJ on Twitter. 

*"Trump Renews Call for Wall, Ban, After Egypt Attack. 

President Donald Trump Friday tweeted another call for a travel ban on several 

predominantly Muslim countries and for a wall at the Mexican border, while 

responding to the news of a massive terrorist attack at an Egyptian mosque.

Trump noted that he would be talking to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi 

to discuss the attack on a mosque in the volatile northern Sinai Peninsula, in 

which 235 people were killed, but said the United States must get "tougher and 

smarter" about the threat of terrorism."

By Sandy Fitzgerald.  

*Update: "Egypt mosque attack leaves at least 305 dead in Sinai Peninsula."

*"Tumultuous year for NFL marked by protests, injuries and a ratings drop." Much of this, not all, can be blamed on one 

person, Colin Kaepernick. Is he still on Alcatraz without a boat?

*"Cyber Monday 2017 Best Smart Home Deals Out Now: Google Home, Sonos, 

Amazon Fire TV Stick, Echo Dot."

*"China shuts main route into North Korea."

We appear to have a friend to go against North Korea after all. 

*"Shoppers browse stores, but buy online."

That's what I do, buy online. But today, being Small Business Saturday, you may 

have to go into their stores to purchase items at discounted prices. 

*"Trump's FCC Goes to War on Net Neutrality. A new plan unveiled by Federal 

Communications Commission chair Ajit Pai would repeal hard-fought net 

neutrality rules that uphold equal internet access. Can Pai's effort be stopped?"


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