Since this attempt to amend the state's constitution is on the Florida statewide ballots this week, I'll lead with this:
A story on the "other costs" of lockdowns that Dr. Fauci and the other experts who can't see past the ends of their noses are recommending. Suicides among young people nearly doubled in one county in Wisconsin. I've been harping on the idea that there doesn't seem to have been a femtosecond worth of attention to the costs of locking down since the earliest days of lockdowns. Now, around the world we're hearing about things like babies dying due to Covid travel restrictions, suicides being up as in that article, overdoses (arguably another form of suicide) being up, and people just seeming to be waking up to what will be a wave of cancer deaths starting out months ago and continuing for years. Why? Because of the lockdowns people aren't getting their cancer diagnosed when it's a stage 1 or stage 0, but will be getting diagnosed when their cancer is bigger, which means more likely to have metastasized and therefore harder to successfully treat.
I think I saw someone else post this one I got in my email. That sure would have made a mess!
And I got a laugh out of this one (note the guy with the maracas at right):
The top must have been when the company was founded because the first successful Falcon 1 launch was September 28, 2008.
Finally, a cool screen shot from Lab Padre cam on Starship SN8 with tonight's Blue Moon/Hunter's Moon rising behind it. "Hi, Mr. Moon; we're coming for you."