By Anthony Gibson • Issue #2

1/ Introducing The Lost Continent Of The World
Scientists from the Geological Society of America claim to have discovered a new continent “about two-thirds the size of the country of Australia, and 94 percent is underwater”
Australia and adjacent New Zealand have always been considered the continent of Australia. But now, researchers have found that New Zealand rests on a separate 1.8 million-square-mile continental crust, rather than oceanic crust.
2/ End The Tip Wage
This will likely make it to a post on the Echoboomers blog, because it makes absolutely no sense why the tip wage is still a thing. Courtesy of FiveThirtyEight:
3/ More Alternative Facts
Pulling this from a conservative blog to give full weight to the ridiculousness, that has come from the President’s latest public speaking engagement:
Everybody Heard About The Terrorist Attack In Sweden Except Sweden, Apparently
4/ McCain v. Trump Draw Battle Lines
Senator from Arizona John McCain has never been one of Trump’s biggest fans, but he’s entering new territory this week by invoking the D word:
“When you look at history, the first thing that dictators do is shut down the press,” McCain told Chuck Todd in an interview for NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
5/ Stephen Colbert Speaks His Mind, Finds More Fans
He may despise Trump’s presidency, but it has given Stephen Colbert rich material—and the possible means by which to emerge victorious over a floundering Jimmy Fallon.
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