I just don't feel like writing today.
More dead in Ft. Hood...I guess a couple of the injured succumbed. This isn't going to be pretty. Of course I wish it hadn't happened, but as well as that, I wish it had not been a Muslim who did it.
Of course, nobody is making noises about terrorism in the Orlando case, where some guy who was fired TWO YEARS ago showed up at his former workplace and killed one and injured six. THAT one is deemed "workplace violence." So why isn't the Ft. Hood case considered "workplace violence?"
I hear the body count is up to twelve in the Cleveland mass murder, serial killer (whichever it turns out to be) case. You know...the one where police walked up to the front door on Sept. 22, and then walked away, in spite of the odor of human decomposition...members of the same police department that can't find time to investigate missing persons reports because the missing are black women, allegedly into drugs.
Never mind the jobless rate is up to over 10%--and that doesn't count those who have been forced out of jobs due to ageism, or have just given up.
Document dump in the Caylee Anthony case with info that a syringe with chloroform in it found near her body. Might not be connected, of course, but with searches for chloroform on the computer and chloroform found in the trunk of Casey's car, this seems to be a horrible hint as to how that poor baby might have died.
Remember the census worker found hanged in the Daniel Boone National Forest? Kentucky officials are now thinking it might have been suicide. In spite of the fact that he was bound with duct tape, had his census taker ID taped to his face, was stark naked and had the word "FED" written on his chest, the fact that they didn't find any defensive wounds lets them doubt that there are anti-establishment hicks in them thar hills...
I give up. I'm going to take pictures of teapots.