“I was jumping up and down to How You Remind Me,” the Nickelback song that was playing on the float’s sound system moments before the collapse. “Suddenly, I leaped an entire eighth of an inch off the floor. That’s around when it happened.“
HBO's Chernobyl, whose finale aired in early June, was a revealing insight into a dystopian political system − one where mankind creates horrible catastrophes and then refuses to acknowledge them, despite the desperate pleas of scientists and experts.
Bryan Lynn, a recent college graduate, hasn’t spoken on a telephone since he was six years old. He told us that in between spells of debilitating paralysis, poor eating and washing habits, and ignoring his inbox for several days at a time, he has moments of serious ambition for establishing a working-class uprising in his spare time.
Democratic frontrunner Joe Biden now leads Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, and all other Democratic candidates by 50 points, according to a new poll made exclusively on rotary phones.
"Say food production goes down. The price of food skyrockets. You know whose problem that is? Poor people's. Floods? That's a problem if you're on the ground. Not if you're a hardworking American who can afford to build a 100-foot lighthouse."
“Nigel comes across as this obnoxious, rude person who you’re embarrassed to be around anywhere, ever. But then, as you get to know him, you realize he is much more God-awful than that. By the way, if you see him, please remind him that he owes me $572.”
The U.K. is about to begin celebrating a uniquely British holiday known as Last Week of May. We met with Dr. Jerome Citron, Professor Emeritus of British Holidays at Oxford University, for more details.