So, what else is new?

Shmura_Matzo
Me
Easter candy (in February)?

Rite-Aid shelf stocker
That’s right.

Me
So, where’s the Passover section?

Rite-Aid shelf stocker
Next aisle, over.

Me
Huh.  That was pretty quick.
The matzoh and horseradish are over there?

Rite-Aid shelf stocker
[grins]

Me
He has no idea what I’m talking about.

Man behind me in line
Neither do I.

Point taken.

Really, Mom, you took it there?

stale cake

Wally
Gee, Mom, dinner was great.

Dad
Yes, June, you really outdid yourself.

Eddie
Thank you for a lovely dinner, Mrs. Cleaver.

Mom
You’re most welcome, Eddie.

Theodore
Say, Mom, can we have that leftover cake for dessert?

Wally
Aw, you don’t want that cake, Beave; it’s all stale and hard.

Theodore
Gee, I’d rather have it hard than not at all.

Mom
Nice boys don’t say that, Beaver.

I have simultaneously bi-directional aural dyslexia.

I can hear the dynamic beauty of ‘Stairway to Heaven’ played forward.

.

And, at the same time, I can hear the promotion of Satanism via ‘Stairway to Heaven’ played backward.

So I’ve got that goin’ for me.

(It’s a joke, dammit!)

Spoiler Alert! The following is tortured satire, hole-poking rhetoric, cynicism and, IMHO, partly humor.

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spacedotcom

Evidence for Cosmic Inflation Theory Bites the (Space) Dust:

by Calla Cofield, Space.com Staff Writer   |   January 30, 2015 03:46pm ET

It is the announcement no one wanted to hear: The most exciting astronomical discovery of 2014 has vanished. Two groups of scientists announced today (Jan. 30) that a tantalizing signal — which some scientists claimed was “smoking gun” evidence of dramatic cosmic expansion just after the birth of the universe — was actually caused by something much more mundane: interstellar dust.

Read more at link below.

http://www.space.com/28423-cosmic-inflation-signal-space-dust.html

So then, what is the “over-under” for the evidence linking vaccinations to autism?

anyone