In this edition: defendant’s five-day filibuster fails, Rotondo returns, a cost estimate for that moat the president wanted, and a questionable Russian lawsuit.
In this edition: dysfunctional demand notes; good punctuation (but bad behavior); the great-great-grandson of Kaiser Wilhelm II; a Bigfoot sighting in Kentucky; and why you shouldn’t throw a refrigerator off a cliff in Spain.
In this edition (among other things): elks, knights, serial toilet cloggers, Oregon and Florida legislators, the TSA, and beavers.
In this edition: Louisiana is still stuck with only two official songs; the TSA still exists; China and Australia are mentioned; and crooks chase each other in Florida.
In this edition: Ukraine gets its own TV president; grease thieves plague America; so do “product influencers”; an army of turtles threatens Florida; and how not to destroy evidence.
In this edition: an update on JetSki Guy, a dopey lawsuit by Devin Nunes, bad human beings fight over who’s the worst, the middle finger as free speech, and an allegedly unprofessional investigative technique.
In this edition: witness testing, sandwich stealing, lawyer punching, golf-course misusing, pants exchanging, and a couple of updates.
In this edition: a federal judge says she can’t fix the NFC championship game; Captain Kirk denies paternity; a sheriff wonders why police would do their jobs if they can’t steal money from suspects; and more.
In this episode: Michael Flynn decides to cooperate a little more; the Trump Foundation is shutting down; a deer poacher is sentenced to repeated viewings of Bambi; and so on.
In this edition: a bad response to bad reviews, a schism in Scouting, problems with permits, prioritizing police reports, and Julian Assange’s cat.