Bill Clinton spent Saturday night at a Southern California hospital where he is still recovering from a urinary tract infection.

Male UTIs are fairly uncommon, and almost always involve some sort of blockage/constriction in either the bladder or prostate, or the result of a catheter (or other object) placed in the uretha. Given its a perve like Bill, I know what I suspect.

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Mayor Pete went on paternity leave for a few months and nobody even noticed. Well, now he's back and one could argue that he spent more time working on

LMAO. I would have thought that pic is a joke, but then I remembered that this is clown world. Honk honk.

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Every good captain knows that responding to an attack with force isn't always the best solution.

Huh, man best known for the "Oh, my" catchphrase ten(?) years ago is jealous of actor who plaryed arguably one of the most recognizable and beloved characters in TV history. Who'd have thunk it?

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A woman was raped on a train in suburban Philadelphia Wednesday night as bystanders did nothing, according to police. The rape was captured on surveillance video that showed people on the train did nothing to intervene. The woman was taken to the hospital for treatment and the attacker, 35-year-old Fiston Ngoy was arrested. “There was…

No one was obligated to intervene. It's a bad idea to intervene as you not only risk injury, you risk criminal and civil liabilities.

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A higher education trade union in Britain has drawn criticism for supporting its members to self-identify as another race.

At least they're consistent. If you can "identify" as another gender despite the anatomical evidence to the contrary, race is a great deal more nebulous.

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A new Superman is coming, and even he’s not immune to today’s cultural pressures. On Monday, DC Comics announced the next iteration of Superman — Jon Kent, the son of Clark Kent — will take a “bold new direction” by coming out as bisexual.

A natural step in the process of demoralization.

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Movie critics fell head over heels for National Geographic's "Fauci" documentary, resulting in an enviable Rotten Tomatoes score of 91 percent. What did audiences think of the movie? Rotten Tomatoes isn't saying, choosing not to disclose the rating to the public.

It won't even let me bring up the page for Fauci now. The audience score was 2% (not a typo) as of last night.

Edit: OK, now it's working. Still 2%.audience score.

https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/fauci


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It won't even let me bring up the page for Fauci now. The audience score was 2% (not a typo) as of last night.

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Senior black scientists tell the BBC they believe UK science to be "institutionally racist".

I'm sure it is. It's called affirmative action or quotas

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I have to give credit where credit is due: tradcons warned that this sort of normalization of perversity would happen. My apologies to any I dismissed as alarmist.

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Hmmm, wonder how long before chants of "Let's go Brandon" are labeled security incidents?

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