Actual animal news re sheep, a horse, a moose and super pigs

From Harper’s Weekly Review, a small series on possibly pissed off animals:

Nearly 20 sheep escaped from a seminary in Minnesota. A horse drove its carriage into four cars in New York. “This moose has brought so much joy to so many people and so much hope,” said a Minnesota resident about Rutt, a moose on the loose who is being tracked across the country. “The only path forward is you have to be really aggressive and you have to use all the tools in the toolbox,” said a leading authority on the management of Canadian “super pigs,” which are nearing the United States…

Apart from the tools in his toolbox, does the “super pig” authority have advice about what we should do with Canadian super pigs?

A more interesting question is what the congressional MAGA crowd will do about this immigrant invasion from the North? I’d suggest impeachment. They’re so well-versed on the procedure.


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Congressional cat fight

Praise be the gods! Is this a sign of MAGA’s deterioration? From Harper’s Weekly Review:

Marjorie Taylor Greene published her first book, in which she admits to calling fellow House member Lauren Boebert “a little bitch”; white supremacist commentator Laura Loomer called the book “trash” and Greene “a shameless grifter.”

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Protests, fossil fuels and (animal news) big balloons: it’s complicated

So points out the item in Harper’s Weekly Review:

In New York, protesters demonstrating for the liberation of Palestine disrupted the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, cutting in front of the enormous dinosaur balloon sponsored by Sinclair Oil Corporation, which has violated air emission limits and was granted fuel waivers by the Trump Administration.

Now that I’ve read this twice, part of my brain is twisted. I swear. I can feel it.

P.S. Some in the liberation group glued their hands to the pavement. Before my brain twisted I was trying to figure out how this advanced their cause in a meaningful way, but now I know about the dinosaur balloon and the fuel waivers via Trump….

My brain is so twisted I forgot what I was going to write up there. Something meaningful, I’m sure.

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