Suicidal robots, laser weapons, and Kirk Cousins
What I think I saw on the Internet today…a recurring series
We live in an age that questions everything and believes nothing. #FakeNews and all that. Here’s what I thought I saw on the Internet today — you can totally trust everything you read on the Internet, since seeing is believing. Well, except for what you see from real news organizations.
1. Cyber fired
I would have thought that we would want more cyber protection, not less. Read up:
STATE DEPARTMENT LOSES TOP CYBER OFFICIAL - The global cybersecurity community is still struggling to process the news…www.politico.com
2. A real frickin’ light saber weapon
I don’t know how to say this. This is really cool, and really terrifying. Nice work, CNN.
3. The Redskins and Cousins
I will never understand in a QB-driven league why the Redskins wouldn’t pony up the money to sign a good guy that is liked by the fanbase.
Maybe if the Redskins President Bruce Allen learned how to pronounce “Kirk” Cousins’ name correctly, they could have gotten a deal done. Cousins’ response to the news on 106.7 The Fan this morning was fascinating:
I’m just going to leave this here:
Yep, that’s the Internet today.