Social media teaches us we do not want to be able to read people’s minds 🙂
“analysis of Johns Hopkins data”. How about just simple arithmetic?
“Boeing 777 will struggle to maintain altitude once the fuel tanks are empty” – appears to have come from a convoluted interpretation of how the auto pilot works – but comes across as idiotic. This occurred in March of 2014.
Some jokes just write themselves.
Get a good laugh at this C-130 with a destroyed left wing and left engines – and the headline saying “no major damage”. Uh huh.
Nobel laureate Paul Krugman after the November 2016 election: “If the question is when markets will recover, a first-pass answer is never.” Today, all three major stock indices reached record levels.
Politician didn’t know that advertising is propaganda. Funny!
Snopes continues its war on satire.
BBC – multiple errors in a single sentence: “One of the drivers for extreme inflation is soaring demand – in Venezuela there are far more people trying to buy goods from shops than there are goods out on the shelves.”