Trafalgar Day

8.  Crystal meth adultery?

Pouring back to the Church:

7.  You might like to give

… this new blog a look:

https://blog.libertasbella.com/chinese-influence-and-investing/

It’s not just about the virus: There is also the spectre of deindustrialization, which has been a social disaster for the United States, particularly the rust belt. What’s more, Tucker Carlson and others reported during the early days of the Wuhan Coronavirus outbreak that the United States was dependent on China for basic medical supplies, such as penicillin.

Carlson’s comments are incredibly important, especially when we begin drilling down further into just how reliant the United States is on China: 97 percent of all antibiotics and 80 percent of all active ingredients in American pharmaceuticals come from China. In 2017 alone, the United States imported a whopping $4.6 billion in foodstuffs from the People’s Republic of China.

It’s from the boys at ammodotcom.

6.  Commenters not too impressed

Check N5 [starting ‘what a load of …] and it’s not clickbait, folks:

http://maggiesfarm.anotherdotcom.com/archives/35590-More-on-job-interviews.html#comments

5.  Just a thought

4.  Millennials are go!

3.  Prof Ferris be a tad opinionated

… thinketh haiku:

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-54604895

2.  Trafalgar today in 1805

Boom boom, let every man etc.

1.  It’s one of these

… running behind, live blogging days, chaps and chapesses. big message is – don’t despair, no matter what – that’s what they’re expecting us to do.

Through all of it – humour, bonhomie. The time I spend writing posts is not that much out of a day, the rest of the day needs to be productive and with a bit of fun. Not a bad template. Despair is the enemy, donchaknow?

[H/T Chuckles and haiku where applicable]

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