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Bullet Sunday 485

Posted on Sunday, May 15th, 2016

Dave!Don't fret about the future, because an all-new Bullet Sunday starts... now...

• Finale. The Ambulance Wish Foundation is a Dutch company that helps the terminally ill realize their last wishes...

Ambulance Wish Foundation

What would your wish be? Mine? Well... a trip to see the sunrise from the top of Haleakala on Maui would probably not be possible... it would need to be something local... or maybe I could make it to Seattle? So perhaps I'd ask to see the sunset over Seattle from Alki or something like that. Something with the sun rising or setting would be nice.

• Hemnes. Last night the thing that everybody said would happen... happened. My IKEA Hemnes bookcase had shelves collapse. I thought people were exaggerating about the problem, but now I find myself having to unload everything, screw the shelves in permanently, then load everything back up. I thought it was isolated incidents by people who assembled the bookcase wrong, but no. What a load of crap. People have been complaining about this forever, and IKEA has done nothing... nor have they made any changes to the design.

• Typical. Anti-gay pastor faces 70 counts of distributing, possessing, or viewing child pornography. Why am I not surprised? It seems that the people so hot to tell us who we need to be afraid of are all too often end up being the people we need to be afraid of.

• Roses! My bush sure is pretty now that it's in bloom...

Rose Bush!

Fortunately, the previous owner had a green thumb... and my regular thumb hasn't killed everything yet.

• Cap? Oh man. Saw Captain America: Civil War JUST IN TIME... an ad just played on television which gave away the biggest surprise of the movie. And for what? Why? Why would they do that? I guess to entice the millions of people who've already seen it to go again, because it's certainly not doing people who haven't had a chance to see it yet any favors.

• Freedom? And speaking of America... In Tennessee, a kindergarten teacher says a Latino child β€” told by classmates that he will be deported and trapped behind a wall β€” asks every day, β€œIs the wall here yet?” This is the America we are building Guess this great experiment is coming to an end.

No more heart for Bullets today.

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  1. martymankins says:

    IKEA doesn’t make stuff like they used to. I have a few CD shelves that started falling apart on the bottom after a couple years (I moved around a lot in those first 2 years), but overall, they’ve held together.

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