Posted in: Arts,SandboxThere’s no denying that college kids always love a good dose of nostalgia in their lives. At this age we can’t get enough of the stuff, with the impending push of the real world drawing near with every consecutive year we finish at Cal. For those who desire it, this week’s dose of awesome childhood nostalgia comes in the form of the announcement of the return of the “Powerpuff Girls!”.
In reference to Cal Thomas [Page 11, Feb. 3, “What way works best to end ‘systemic racism’?”], he describes systemic racism as being embedded in white people and he questions the possibility of it being eliminated. It would do Thomas well to learn the meaning of systemic racism.
Most of the world’s population will need to get inoculated in order to achieve herd immunity the phenomenon when the virus lacks enough viable hosts to continue spreading. Mass producing hundreds of millions of vaccine doses and getting them into arms likely will take months, especially if most people need to be vaccinated twice. Food and Drug Administration, though Johnson Johnson has applied.).
On Wednesday, carefully orchestrated television footage showed a diminutive figure in military uniform conducting government business from a golden, throne like armchair. Those searching for motives behind the Monday morning putsch that imprisoned Ms Suu Kyi and plunged Myanmar back towards oppressive junta rule need look no further than the service ribbons on the chest of General Min Aung Hlaing. Experts say the timing of the coup lies in Min Aung Hlaing’s ruthless personal quest for power and the military’s deep paranoia that the popular civilian government could erode the unrivalled political dominance it has enjoyed for decades..
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeSnow has started to fall as a yellow weather warning has been placed on parts of Coventry and Warwickshire.Reports of the white stuff falling have come across Coventry, Bedworth and Nuneaton so far with temperatures currently standing at 1C and feeling much colder.Snow settled in the area following a series of flurries earlier this week, complemented by more snow through the night which saw people wake up to a fresh blanket this morning (10 Feb).Eastern areas of Coventry are currently subject to a yellow weather warning from the Met Office, as are parts of Warwickshire, including Rugby and its surrounding areas.This means some of us could see more snow today and this evening with the snow warning in place until midnight.The Met Office weather report for today reads : “Sunny spells and patchy cloud following throughout the day. Largely dry in the west, but isolated snow showers remain possible across eastern areas.”Chief Meteorologist Steve Ramsdale, said earlier this week: “With cold air across all of the UK any precipitation will fall as snow. Snow showers will continue to feed into eastern parts through the week.