#NotInMYNameWelcome back to another installment of the Watercooler, RedState’s daily Open Thread! Today, we’ve got… well, we’ve got a short WC that will hopefully be long on reader contributions, as it’s a slow news day here in Left Coast Hell.
Today’s Birthdays: Surgeon-statesman James McHenry (yes, as in “Ft. McHenry”), 1753; actor-screenwriter Burgess Meredith, 1907; “father of modern videogaming” Shigeru Miyamoto, 1952
Holidays Around the World: Today, Iceland observes Icelandic Language Day, Dutch Carribean territory St. Eustatius has Statia Day and Estonia celebrates their Day of Declaration of Sovereignty.
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I try to avoid Twitter like the plague it is, but this one forwarded by a buddy was just TOO good to pass up.
“Liberals act like [T]rump is going to kill the gays, make slavery legal again, and take away women’s rights. Like he’s Muslim or something.”–Brendan Mahoney
As always, the Watercooler is an Open Thread. Now that you’ve had All The Snooze That’s Unfit For Print, it’s your turn to Make Our Comment Thread Great Again. (Not that they’re ever NOT…)
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