Everything on today’s menu is low-fat and high-fiber. Consume as much as you wish:
- Few societal threats escape the watchful eye of the Richmond City Council, so it was no surprise Tuesday night that it voted its opposition to airborne weapons systems that have purportedly targeted residents with mind-control technology. You read that correctly.
After a dozen professed victims told of pain suffered from chemtrails, particle beams and electromagnetic radiation, the council voted 5-2 in favor of Councilwoman Jovanka Beckles’ resolution “in support of the Space Preservation Act and the Space Preservation Treaty to permanently ban spaced-based weapons,” with Mayor Tom Butt and Councilman Vinay Pimple dissenting.
“I’m just a dumb City Council person,” Butt said, “and this is way, way over my head. I frankly think it’s way out of the purview of what this City Council should be taking up.”
Colleague Nat Bates was more understanding: “I’m going to support the resolution for the simple reason that we have voted on a lot of dumb ideas.”
- With the 7th District state Senate race now thankfully over, it will be strange not to see my stoop-shouldered letter carrier lugging a wad of oversized political mailers to our mailbox. The final tally at the Barnidge address was 61 — 14 for Susan Bonilla and 18 attacking her; 17 for Steve Glazer and 12 attacking him. If all the money spent on these pieces had been given to the Leukemia Foundation, we could have stamped out the disease.
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