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Trump explains Putin bounty misunderstanding

"Alexa, is Finland in Russia?"

"No, Finland is not in Russia."

Every Covid-19 commercial is exactly the same

just saw this on the Majority Report

Robot patrols park to remind people of social distancing

A four-legged robot will be patrolling Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park to remind people of safe distancing measures starting from Friday (May 8). Called Spot, the robot will assist with safe distancing efforts at parks, gardens and nature reserves managed by National Parks Board (NParks) and at parks managed by town councils. Full story: https://www.straitstimes.com/singapor...

AOC needs help with Animal Crossing

which apparently is a game, that I need to start playing.


Anyone wonder who the Epoch Times guy is?

i see tons of their ads on YouTube, I've wondered who this guy is, I thought maybe he's an actor and wondered if he's in other commercials. But he actually works for them and is a Falun Gong member, named Roman Balmakov



Kentucky governor called Tupac Shakur to apologize


FRANKFORT, Ky. — It’s no joke — Tupac Shakur lives in Kentucky and needs unemployment benefits to pay his bills.

Shakur’s name was brought up by Gov. Andy Beshear on Monday night as he spoke about prank claims slowing down unemployment payments, including one filed under the name of the late rapper Tupac Shakur.

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the claim by Tupac Malik Shakur, who goes by Malik, is legitimate. He worked as a cook in Lexington until coronavirus restrictions shut down restaurants.


Meanwhile, Beshear personally called Shakur and apologized. Shakur forgave the governor, saying he understands and that mistakes happen.

ha ha ha mom is trying


Some republicans want Trump to ask Obama to help with coronavirus


In interviews, Republican lawmakers, administration officials and members of his re-election campaign said they wanted Mr. Trump to limit his error-filled appearances at the West Wing briefings and move more aggressively to prepare for the looming recession. Some even suggested he summon a broader range of the country’s leaders, including former Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama, in an all-hands-on-deck moment to respond to the national emergency.

Beto responds to Trump immigration distraction

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