Pen-pricks

Yuma Sun - - OPINION - BY ARGUS HAMIL­TON Argus Hamil­ton is the host co­me­dian at The Com­edy Store in Hol­ly­wood and a speaker. His email address is argus@ar­gushamil­ton.com.

• The Weather Chan­nel re­ported four tor­na­does touched down in Ok­la­homa City on Mon­day. They are a sight to be­hold. Vis­it­ing rel­a­tives who never be­fore saw a tor­nado in the sky al­ways stand trans­fixed with their noses up against your liv­ing room win­dow, but even­tu­ally you have to let them in.

• Ok­la­homa Soon­ers quar­ter­back Tyler Mur­ray’s agent ruled he will play only one year for the Big Red since he’s al­ready signed to play base­ball for the Oak­land Ath­let­ics next sea­son. He has al­ready pock­eted $4 mil­lion in bonus cash. That should just about pay off his col­lege loans.

• The Rus­sian News Agency re­ports that the nu­clear plant site Ch­er­nobyl has been suc­cess­fully con­verted into a so­lar en­ergy plant 32 years af­ter the scary nu­clear leak. They also built a Dis­ney­land-like amuse­ment park at the site. The dif­fer­ence is, the six foot mouse at Ch­er­nobyl is real

• Pres­i­dent Trump praised Nikki Ha­ley for mak­ing the UN am­bas­sador’s job glam­orous de­spite his over­all dis­dain for the world body. Be­ing Trump’s UN am­bas­sador is lot like be­ing Vladimir Putin’s food taster. You get to try some fan­tas­tic things, but deep down you know how it’s go­ing to end.

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