Sixty years ago this week, on August 12, 1960, #DrSeuss published what would become his best-selling book of all time. Written as the result of a $50 bet between Seuss and his publisher Bennett Cerf, it has since sold more than 8 million copies.— Brian Jay Jones (@brianjayjones) August 9, 2020
The book? GREEN EGGS AND HAM. /1 pic.twitter.com/RWr2meDvvn
Stunning video shows explosions just minutes ago at Beirut port pic.twitter.com/ZjltF0VcTr— Borzou Daragahi 🖊🗒 (@borzou) August 4, 2020
Slugs' Saloon e 3rd st
Sammy's Bowery Follies
2020 is starting to get weird
know it exists but to see it....
quiet quite a little thunderstorm we are having. is it summer already?
Covid times soccer watching?
Estimates vary, but analysts Gregg Girvan and Avik Roy found that as of June 29, 50,779 of the 113,135 US deaths from Covid-19 (or 45 percent) were deaths of residents of nursing or long-term care facilities. Their numbers suggest that about 2.5 percent of all nursing home residents have been killed by the disease; in New Jersey, which is particularly hard hit, the share is over 11 percent.
good morning, sunshine.
was sure this had to be the onion.
make a few billion give one away
50 years later, Oregon honors exploding whale with park name.