I don’t see how some businesses are going to survive once this pandemic is over, especially shopping malls that were already hanging on a thread.
The real punishment for Joe Exotic is being able to have all the fame and press he ever wanted but he can’t watch the series which brought it to him.
Today is April 15, 2020. The time span between the release of Gone With The Wind and today is 80 years, 2 months, and 29 days.
Gone With The Wind‘s premiere is now closer in time to the Civil War than the present day. And as someone who has a high appreciation for classic cinema, I have no idea why I haven’t watched it.
It will be the first time a president’s name appears on an IRS disbursement, whether a routine refund or one of the handful of checks the government has issued to taxpayers.
What would happen if I tried to explain what’s happening now to the January 2020 version of myself?
LiberallyLean.com might like this simply because it references the Butterfly Effect.
– “I think the Australian wildfires are gonna be the defining feature of 2020.”
– “Yeah… not even a little bit.”
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro slammed “60 Minutes” for its coverage of the coronavirus pandemic in an interview with the CBS show while defending the Trump administration over claims of not being prepared to respond to it.
Navarro challenged Whitaker to show him a 60 Minutes episode from the Obama administration or George W. Bush administration with a report about a potential global pandemic.
“Show me the 60 Minutes episode a year ago, two years ago or during the Obama administration, during the Bush administration, that said, ‘Hey a global pandemic [is] coming, you got to do XYZ and by the way, we would shut down the entire global economy to fight it,’” Navarro said.
“Show me that episode, then you’ll have some credence in terms of attacking the Trump administration for not being prepared,” Navarro added.
60 Minutes’ response: