Sunday, October 16, 2022

Courtney's Sunday Choice Open Tabs Just For You. Consequently, Your Participation is Required.

Courtney Is Judging You 

Homeowner Shoots Naked Intruder Allegedly Trying to Steal Cat. At about 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, a homeowner in the 190 Block of CR 4161 contacted the Newton County Dispatch Center and stated that he woke up and found an unidentified naked man inside his house. He described the intruder as a white male that appeared to be young, possibly in his early twenties. The homeowner further advised that the unidentified man tried to steal his cat. The suspect then fled the home, and a deputy spotted him running naked. (sounds like profiling to me 😂)

Did you hear a boom 'round about 11 am on Saturday morning? That was the sound of the Georgia senatorial debate between Herschel Walker and Ralphael Warnock blowing up on Tiffany Cross during her MSNBC show. Cross was presumably counting on her guests to take shots at Walker's performance.

The Observatory Gift Shop Manager gets schooled by Bill Maher. Neil deGrasse Tyson decided to be the rare guest who pushes back on Maher’s Covid contrarianism, spending several minutes challenging Maher on the issue. Then, just when Maher was changing the subject, Tyson threw his jab. Maher did not take it well.

Pour Yourself a Drink, Patriot—the Democrat Party Is Crumbling. Like Hitler and John Wayne Gacy, the Democrats got arrogant over their successes, and that arrogance made them sloppy. That’s when their evil came to an end. Americans are catching on to what is happening. 

They Mock Us to Our Faces. A new photography book puts Black actors in Hollywood's most iconic movie moments. Carell Augustus' new book Black Hollywood: Reimagining Iconic Movie Moments, he takes some of cinema's most memorable images — think Gene Kelly in Singin' in the Rain or Janet Leigh's fateful shower in Psycho — and casts them with black actors and actresses.  Augustus says "We're constantly at war with so many things, and we're constantly sort of taking the battle scars and the battle wounds, you know, and people are constantly looking to Black women to lead armies of change."

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