"Special counsel Robert Mueller has just thrown fire on the simmering Trump-Russia investigation, finally breaking his silence."
Man sets himself on fire outside the White House
"Moments after he set himself ablaze police officers arrived on the scene and sprayed the man with fire extinguishers.
He was arrested and taken to hospital with burns to 85 per cent of his body and “life-threatening” injuries, according to reports.
“I can confirm that we’ve transported one patient with burns from the Ellipse and we’re now on the scene assisting law enforcement,” a spokesman for the Washington Fire Department said.
The incident took place shortly after noon on the Ellipse — south of the president’s residence — near 15th Street and Constitution Avenue, the Secret Service said on Twitter."
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at this playground as well?-)
Bread and CircusesBunny Money?
There is something rather nostalgic about that swing-set to the child in me, but I can't see it being bought for 91.1 million dollars like the "Money Bunny" of Jeff Koons for some reason -
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Dicks all the way down I'd say.ReplyDelete
Actually Delorus you've just given me an idea for an annual festival to rival 'Burning Man'.ReplyDelete
I'll call it 'Flaming Dick' where a giant phallus surrounded by a vesica piscis of water is burnt down falling into the water and then the following year it rises from the ashes and is burnt again.
I think it will be a hit with the ladies for sure:-)
I saw 'Rocketman' at the cinema today and thought it wasn't a bad movie.ReplyDelete
But Billy Joel will always be the #1 piano man in my book.
Good honest movie though, as far as honesty goes in any media I guess.
Like they say, there is always three sides to a story, your story, their story and the truth.
That's why there is no such thing as "a true story" on a cinema screen, because that would be almost impossible to make.
Although some movies really do take the piss out of "a true story".
At least 'Rocketman' was billed as a true fantasy from the get go.
And it works in that format too I think.