AP’s Today in History for May 29th
Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay become the first to scale Mt. Everest’s peak; President John F. Kennedy born; Patrick Henry gives his “If this be treason” speech; Comedian Bob Hope born.
Breakfast Tune “Climbing Mt Everest” banjo guitar piccolo drums 0
Something to think about, Breakfast News & Blogs below
- The Best Road Trip in Each State
The Discoverer Blog
- Psychedelics: how they act on the brain to relieve depression
- THE FUTURE OF BIRTH CONTROL
- Did Elites Really Take Over Identity Politics?
Something to think about over coffee prozac
HOUSTON—Shouting with glee and jostling each other to get a better spot, the audience at the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting reportedly burst into applause Friday as a gunman massacred the entire crowd. “Woo! Shoot us all!” multiple spectators were heard to yell as the armed assailant, believed to be carrying an AR-15 as well as several handguns, fired bullet after bullet into an audience that had leapt to its feet upon his entrance and cheered when he shot Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) in the head. “I’m calling my family—I never thought I’d see one of these in person! Oh my God, this is so cool!” At press time, sources confirmed the applause was slowly dying out as fewer and fewer members of the audience were left alive.