Welcome back, muffins, kittens, poodles, and oh! Well, you know, put in there whatever you want. Here we are again, taking to the brimming ether to highlight the week’s events that are enough to send us running for the hills and screaming for mom. So let’s hold each other close and hide under these blankets, because when the news gets heavy, all you have to do is hold me closer, you tiny dancer.
This week’s news is sure to make even the most glittering and glamouring turn hastily sour, provoking Dorian Grey phantasms and Miss Havisham-like dry heaves, turning life into lemons and lemons into garnishes for tiny cocktails! Join us in the parlor as we review the news we have so come to dread”¦
Margaret Thatcher died earlier this week. Known as the the “Iron Lady” of British politics, the New York Times said Thatcher got her country on a rightward economic course, led it to victory in the Falklands war and helped guide the United States and the Soviet Union through the cold war’s difficult last years. Um. Sure, I guess. (NY Times)
A Lone Star Community College student went on a building-to-building stabbing attack at the Texas community college Tuesday, wounding at least 14 people before being subdued and arrested. (Huffington Post)
Matthew Warren, son of evangelical pastor, Rick Warren, committed suicide earlier this week. He was 27. (Huffington Post)
Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader in the U.S. Senate, is said to have weighed using opponent, Ashley Judd’s, mental health and religion as political ammo. A recording of which was obtained by Mother Jones–McConnell and his aides considered assaulting Judd for her past struggles with depression and for her religious views.(Mother Jones)
Small villages in Iran’s Bushehr province have been devastated by magnitude 6.3 earthquake, killing at least 32 people and injuring 850, but causing “no damage” to a nuclear power station. (Al Jazeera)
So remember pups and puppettes, even in the worst, we have to find the light in everything. And if that doesn’t help, well then, just remember, Big Kim is always watching.