The Clown Car Update for November 12, 2017

By jsantorsa

The International Olympic Committee, in a surprise development on Tuesday night, added a new sport to the upcoming Winter Olympics in South Korea next February. The new event is called the “Long Distance Under the Bus Throw.” Speaking from their headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland IOC President Dr Thomas Bach said the surprise move was inspired by Donald J. Trump’s record toss of Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie under a bus all the way from Seoul, South Korea. The toss occurred mere minutes after Virginia polls closed. “This was a historic throw, one for the record books,” Bach declared, “prompting the IOC to immediately name Mr Trump as the first qualifier in the new event.”

Tuesday’s under-the-bus toss by Mr Trump was a record 11,308 kilometres shattering the former record of 3,363 km also held by Mr Trump. That record was set on June 16, 2015, when during his announcement for the presidency of the United States, Mr Trump tossed the entire country of Mexico under the bus from New York City. As amazing as that toss was, Tuesday’s fete had jaws dropping from Bejing to Moscow. Russian president Vladimir Putin praised Trump not only for the distance but …read more

Source:: Joe Santorsa

The Creative Nexus™ News: blog for 240216 & info on The Nexus Café

By Chasing Tao

Welcome to the Creative Nexus Café™
Season Two, [Ep004] of the Creative Nexus Café™:
Sunday, February 28, 2016, at 2:00 p.m. ET
(3:00 p.m. AT ~ 1:00 p.m. CT ~ 12:00 p.m. MT
~11:00 a.m. PT)

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Call-in to the café during showtime at: 619.924.0981,
or call toll free in the 48 contiguous states at: 877.598.1774

Sit back, relax, have a cup of coffee, tea, or chai and listen-in as Natasha and Roger,
once again, spin some interesting musical tracks that are interspersed with a few friends,
who will present their written, spoken word, and/or musical creations for you!
This Episode:

► A View from the Café’s Window on the World:
with Roger Allen Baut

► Time to Wake-UP folks!

…along with some contemplative music, and poetic cameos

► Something to Consider:
with Natasha Lynn Head

► Interview with Jamie Dedes,
“The Poet by Day,” founder of “The Bardo Group,”
founding/managing editor of “The BeZine.”

“We are a consolidation of two collaboratives, ‘The Bardo Group,’
and ‘Beguine Again,’ with the shared core values of peace, sustainability and social justice.”

Some of the music that is provided
in this episode is from Mevio’s Music …read more

Source:: The Creative Nexus