House Hunters

Per Slate:

My story will possibly burst your bubble about the show. If this is not something you want, stop reading now. The first thing you need to know is that in neither episode of House Hunters were Jeff and I actually … house hunting. One time we’d already closed on the house we “chose” in the episode; the other time we’d already lived in our house for a year.

Boaty’s Voyage of Discovery

I honestly feel like this was the best possible outcome, considering the naming kerfuffle previously. The yellow little submarine who could.

From the NY Post:

And when Boaty [the ship’s remotely operated undersea vehicle] took its first expedition in April 2017 to study the depths of the Southern Ocean, it uncovered a key process linking increasing Antarctic winds to higher sea temperatures, which in turn fuels rising levels, according to the Telegraph.

He is the little boat who could:

In its three-day mission, Boaty traveled 112 miles through mountainous underwater valleys measuring the temperature, saltiness and turbulence of the water at depths of up to 13,000 feet.

We Have An Idea

The Hatch Act

Per Bloomberg:

Conway repeatedly violated the Hatch Act, which prohibits government officials from conducting politics while acting in their capacity as a federal employee, the independent U.S. Office of Special Counsel said in a report released Thursday.

And yet…

The White House immediately blasted the report, saying it was “deeply flawed” and violated Conway’s constitutional rights to free speech.

Wasn’t Trump supposed to be a “rule of law” president?