Reading On A Saturday Morning.
Apologies, not much is new this morning, with the exception of the Canada thing, we have pretty much the same ol' ...
HPD WARRANT: What was found in southeast Houston home after deadly drug raid.
Evidently that which was actually found was significantly different from that which was advertized to the judge asked to excecute the "No Knock" search warrant that led to the shooting deaths of Rhogena Nicholas and Dennis Tuttle in a shootout in their home with the Houston Police Department this week.
Houston police officer connected to deadly raid shootout relieved of duty
Then, and much to my suprise ...
Who Owns All The Land In Canada?
Evidently, it's the Queen of England. Who'da thunk it?
Then we get Elon Musk.
Elon Musk’s highflying 2018: What 150,000 miles in a private jet reveal about his ‘excruciating’ year
In addition to a real fun graphic that is absolutely worth the price of admission depicting all of Musk's travels for the year, we get the following. "In September, a few days after calling fossil fuels “the dumbest experiment in human history,” his plane burned thousands of pounds of jet fuel flying 300 miles from L.A. to Oakland so Musk could view a competitive video-gaming event. (Tesla said Musk went to the video-gaming event with this kids but also met with a Tesla board member and went to work at two Tesla offices in Fremont before flying home.)"
And since we're already on the subject, here's some old news.
Glamorous billionaire who funded study telling people they must only eat a quarter of a rasher of bacon a day to save the planet is slammed as hypocrite for jetting around the world in her £20m private PLANE
I think that's about all the senseless violence and hypocracy I have time for this morning.
Be careful, it's a dangerous world out there.