The Rundown - Thurs 9/21/17: Snowflakes & cotton; anti-sex-trafficking law

Before we get started...I promised I'd keep up updated on the process of Littleton Jewelry and Watch making a custom-designed ring for my wife's birthday and our anniversary. After going through a few stones, Kristen finally found one she loves. (It's jade.) She also picked a drawing that will serve as the template to next move on to a really cool computer-aided design rendering of the eventual ring. I'll show you that when I have it, but for now here's the stone (in between Kristen's current wedding bands) and the drawings, with a star near the one she chose:

I'm hesitant to call this person stupid, especially when there are plenty of other available adjectives, but I'm struggling to avoid that particular adjective:


The good news is that the large majority of Facebook comments said that this snowflake's reaction to cotton was ridiculous. That said, the cotton madness continued:


A federal bill with the acronym SESTA is working its way through Congress, aimed at trying to stop the advertising of sex-trafficked children online by making web sites potentially liable for advertisements posted by third parties on those sites. Google is quietly but aggressively fighting against the law. As horrendous as sex trafficking is, this law is probably not the best way to deal with the issue:


The next step in the liberal march against "sugary drinks":

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