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Rhiannon12866

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Gender: Female
Hometown: NE New York
Home country: USA
Current location: Serious Snow Country :(
Member since: 2003 before July 6th
Number of posts: 129,972

Journal Archives

Stephen Colbert - Monologue and Opening - 4/2/19

Trump Promises A Healthcare Plan, Someday



On healthcare, not only doesn't Trump have a plan. He doesn't have a plan TO MAKE a plan.




Donald Trump's Random Lie About His Father



When ranking Donald Trump's most unnecessary, easily disprovable lies, where would you put, 'My father was born in Germany?'




Meanwhile... Elon Musk's Bad Rap Debut



Meanwhile ... Elon Musk makes his rap debut with 'R.I.P. Harambe.'




An America Without Avocados



What will America look like three weeks after Trump's proposed shutdown of the southern border? Look no further than the exclusive trailer for 'Mad Guac: The Avocado Warrior.'


Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Wed Apr 3, 2019, 04:14 AM (1 replies)

Melting roads are just one downside of record-breaking Alaskan heat

People have died attempting to cross ice that normally would be stable this time of year.

Temperatures in the 20s and 30s don’t may not seem warm, but for March in the Alaskan community of Utqiaġvik, the northernmost city in the United States, they’re extremely high. For the past week, the Arctic town has experienced temperatures 36 degrees above normal, when compared to average temperatures from the past three decades. In March, Utqiaġvik broke six all-time daily high records, too.

A lot of Alaska is unusually warm for this time of year, especially in northern and coastal regions near declining sea ice. “The average March temperature over the north slope and northwest Alaska was 18 to 24 degrees above normal for the entire month [of March],” says Rick Thoman, climate specialist with the International Arctic Research Center in Fairbanks. “Basically every single long-term climate site in Alaska north of the Alaska Range and on the west coast north of Bristol Bay had their warmest March on record, and some of those sites have more than 100 years of climate data.”

Kotzebue, in northwestern Alaska, hit 41ºF and logged its warmest March ever—9 degrees warmer than any other March, and 21 degrees above normal. “It was so warm that if this was April, it would be in the top 10 warmest Aprils,” adds Thoman. Anchorage reported seven days of record highs, and the Juneau airport reported 10. Klawock, in the southeastern part of the state, warmed to 70ºF on March 19—two weeks sooner in the year than the state has ever had 70-degree day.

These record-breaking temperatures are having some serious implications for humans in the state.

https://twitter.com/AlaskaWx/status/1112907848713822208

Much more: https://www.popsci.com/alaska-record-heat



Alaska's melting ice has some serious consequences for human safety, economics, transportation. Deposit Photos


Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Wed Apr 3, 2019, 04:01 AM (0 replies)

13-year-old boy does yard work, trades in Xbox to buy his mom a car

FERNLEY, Nevada -- A 13-year-old boy in Nevada did yard work and even traded in his Xbox to surprise his single mother with a car.

KOLO reports that Krystal Preston and her son, William, recently started over from scratch with their family, which includes two other children and three dogs. William is the oldest.

"At my low point, here comes my son," said Krystal. "Everybody goes through rough patches in their life, but there is good that can come from any situation as long as somebody with a heart does it. He was tired of seeing me cry."

Outside of school, William does yard and housework for people in the community to make a little extra money.

"I saw people on YouTube where they get their mom a car and then surprise their mom with that car, and then I wanted to do that," he said.


Read more (Includes video): https://fox8.com/2019/04/02/13-year-old-boy-does-yard-work-trades-in-xbox-to-buy-his-mom-a-car/

Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Wed Apr 3, 2019, 03:35 AM (12 replies)

Seth Meyers - April Fools' Day, U.S.-Mexico Border - Monologue - 4/1/19




Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Wed Apr 3, 2019, 12:11 AM (0 replies)

The Daily Show: A White House Whistleblower Outs Trump's Careless Clearances



Trump gets called out for granting security clearances to unqualified staffers, and Tricia Newbold, the whistleblower, faces retaliation from the White House.


Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Tue Apr 2, 2019, 11:55 PM (1 replies)

Stephen Colbert - Monologue and Opening - 4/1/19

Who Wants A White House Security Clearance?



A whistle-blower outed the White House's deeply suspect security clearance process.




What Happens If Trump Closes The Mexican Border?



Closing the U.S.-Mexico border could be devastating for trade and avocados.




Stephen Pays The Price For His Bet With Charles Barkley



Stephen and Charles Barkley placed a wager on the NCAA tournament. And the basketball expert won.




Joe Biden's Whispers Make Terrible ASMR



ASMR can be relaxing. Joe Biden's inappropriate whispers into the back of women's necks aren't as much.




When Kellyanne Conway Gets A Healthcare Question



Enter the terrifying realm that is Kellyanne Conway's mind when asked on live television about Trump's ObamaCare replacement.


Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Tue Apr 2, 2019, 04:00 AM (0 replies)

Seth Meyers - After Mueller Report, Trump Lies About Budget Cuts: A Closer Look



Seth takes a closer look at President Trump picking fights over health care and the Special Olympics after special counsel Robert Mueller delivered his report.


Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Mon Apr 1, 2019, 11:43 PM (4 replies)

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO) - WWE



John Oliver discusses how the WWE takes care of its wrestlers — and how it doesn’t.


Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Mon Apr 1, 2019, 02:39 AM (1 replies)

The Daily Show: How the Pink Tax Is Ripping Off Women



Desi Lydic investigates the “pink tax”: the systemic overcharging of women for goods and services marketed to them.


Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Mon Apr 1, 2019, 01:15 AM (2 replies)

The Daily Show: The Rise of Snowplow Parenting



Today’s parents will do anything to make sure their kids don’t face any sort of adversity whatsoever.


Posted by Rhiannon12866 | Mon Apr 1, 2019, 01:10 AM (5 replies)
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