Today’s news and information gleanings from here and there.
Quote for today … “”It’s kind of crude the way we drop them, but obviously the impact is pretty impressive.”– Dr. Conrad Crane, the chief of historical services at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center, in this article about the dropping of the Mother of All Bombs … and there were no civilians living in the area? The insanity of a “no-goal” war continues.
Another quote … “Many folks don’t get every nuance of government and politics. But everybody gets entitled and/or brutish personal behavior.“ – Extracted from Philadelphia columnist John Baer’s piece about the bad behavior of Pennsylvania’s Lieutenant Governor and his wife.
- Several county fire departments warn of phone scams – Lancaster Online
- An article in today’s LNP – Always Lancaster reveals corporate welfare is alive as a local hospital behemoth (already well healed) requests an $18.5 million grant from the state to help fund a new downtown Lancaster project to build a parking garage “toward a total project cost of $71.4 million.”
- In Georgia, rogue, “out-of-bounds” cops fired – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Website
- Next … trial, law suits and jail time … if there’s justice!
- Nicely done, Reading Police Department – WFMZ Channel 69
- Speeders look out – radar coming! – The York Daily Record
- So … how’d that Easter bunny thing begin? – The Conversation
- Yeah, but if Mar-a-Lago was in Columbia, it’d be different – The Miami Herald
- Not everyone agrees with Lancaster City’s decision to provide broadband connectivity. – Lancaster Online
- Follow this instructional maze: “Important Seasonal Code Information – Please click ‘Departments and Services’/’Seasonal Code Information’ for information on Garage/Yard Sales and Outdoor Burning (Fire Pits).”
- Or click here to download the information about: Garage-Yard Sales | Outdoor Burning on Private Property
- Darwinian commerce| “Comcast buys $1.7B in wireless spectrum, paving the way for Xfinity cellphone launch” – Philly.com
- Flipping & flopping in Wonderland – The New York Times