https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/434421-trump-criticizes-saturday-night-live-after-show-airs-rerun

The best thing ya can say about the joke-in-office is that he is laughable… facepalm America…

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THE END

THE END
The end has already occurred, we just haven’t caught up to that
realization. Just how many doomsday scenarios are there? Climate
change…ozone depletion… an asteroid with our name on it… bee
decline, (most recently, loss of total insect population)… if Yellowstone
blows, it takes out the whole midwest crop production… the Great
Plains Aquifer gets polluted from oil pipeline leaks, no more
drinking water for the midwest… lets talk about war- nuclear or
biological… a CME solar storm… extra-solar gamma ray bursts…
etc…etc… How many scenarios would it take for mankind to be in
dire straights?
If just one event would take place, could we even recover?
Doubtful.
It is my theory that we have already passed the point of having the
ability to change our expiration date.
If there are other intelligent beings in this very, very large
universe, I’m guessing that any intelligence that has survived for
a length of time, had to have chosen survival as its ultimate goal.
Many sentient entities throughout the universe probably exist, most
springing up and growing until they reach some point of maturation in
which the choice of continued survival has to be chosen- or not. The
majority of these sentience’s just do not make the right choices they
need to make to survive. WHEN THEY STILL HAVE THE CAPACITY TO DO SO.
Homo sapiens has been around how long? Recorded history goes back
how far? 10,000 years?
Hehehe… and we are so proud of ourselves… and then there is
religion that says that we are 6000 years old, or so…
Sentience’s that choose survival as the highest priority stand a
better chance to wade through their options. When options are
available- and taken- the odds of survival increase. Choosing to use
fossil fuels as the primary energy source of industry was a bad
choice, for example, …not for industry but for our continued
survival… that’s just the easiest example…
Even though it is to late for us, we will make an effort, even
believe that we are accomplishing some progress, but to bring this
whole planet into a planetary effort for survival… so long, it’s
been fun…

The End

THE END
The end has already occurred, we just haven’t caught up to that
realization. Just how many doomsday scenarios are there? Climate
change…ozone depletion… an asteroid with our name on it… bee
decline, (most recently, loss of total insect population)… if Yellowstone
blows, it takes out the whole midwest crop production… the Great
Plains Aquifer gets polluted from oil pipeline leaks, no more
drinking water for the midwest… lets talk about war- nuclear or
biological… a CME solar storm… extra-solar gamma ray bursts…
etc…etc… How many scenarios would it take for mankind to be in
dire straights?
If just one event would take place, could we even recover?
Doubtful.
It is my theory that we have already passed the point of having the
ability to change our expiration date.
If there are other intelligent beings in this very, very large
universe, I’m guessing that any intelligence that has survived for
a length of time, had to have chosen survival as its ultimate goal.
Many sentient entities throughout the universe probably exist, most
springing up and growing until they reach some point of maturation in
which the choice of continued survival has to be chosen- or not. The
majority of these sentience’s just do not make the right choices they
need to make to survive. WHEN THEY STILL HAVE THE CAPACITY TO DO SO.
Homo sapiens has been around how long? Recorded history goes back
how far? 10,000 years?
Hehehe… and we are so proud of ourselves… and then there is
religion that says that we are 6000 years old, or so…
Sentience’s that choose survival as the highest priority stand a
better chance to wade through their options. When options are
available- and taken- the odds of survival increase. Choosing to use
fossil fuels as the primary energy source of industry was a bad
choice, for example, …not for industry but for our continued
survival… that’s just an easy example.
Even though it is to late for us, we will make an effort, even
believe that we are accomplishing some progress, but to bring this
whole planet into a planetary effort for survival… so long, it’s
been fun…