Saturday Six (pepperidge farm remembers edition)


It was again a weird stressful week at work. I didn’t start working on the Friday Five until later than usual on Thursday night. And then I realized I was too sleepy to finish.

Anyway, it’s time for another Saturday Six in which I bring you: one story about arrests that should happen more often, two about real assaults on religious liberty, the top six stories of the week, six stories of interest to queers and out allies, six stories about justice, and six stories about treason and terror. Plus some things I wrote.

This Week in Arrests Like This Should Happen More Often:

Two coaches and three administrators have been charged after Midland Police say a student was sexually assaulted during a baseball practice – Midland Police arrest coaches, administrators at Midland Christian School for failure to report sexual assault

This Week in Assaults on Religious Freedom:

Christian revival at school prompts student walkout in West Virginia

A Tennessee couple’s struggle to adopt shows religious freedom is under siege in America

Stories of the Week:

Art Spiegelman Loses His Glasses – As the latest fight over Maus erupts, its artist-creator searches for his spectacles

“Stranger Things” Will End With Season 5

New planet detected around star closest to the Sun

Sandy Hook families reach historic $73M settlement with gunmaker Remington

Ming-Na Wen Worked Her Ass Off To Be Here – The Book of Boba Fett star has long attributed her success to luck. Now, she’s finally giving herself credit

The 3G network shutdown will impact more than just phones

Stories of Interest to Queers and Our Allies:

Pete Buttigieg Explains Damning Impact of Florida ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill

Super Bowl LVI had these 6 LGBTQ storylines A couple of these are reaches, but…

Gay conversion therapy bill passes third reading in New Zealand Parliament

LGBTQ Representation On TV Has Hit Record Highs, But Still Falls Short In Key Areas – A new GLAAD study finds several signs of progress — as well as many missed opportunities for TV creators

Two Students Sue School District for Banning LGBTQ+ Books

Preacher says he hopes “every single homosexual dies” in hate sermon

This Week in Justice and Injustice:

Hillary Floats Defamation Suits Against Trump and Fox News

Florida Reportedly Probing Melania Trump Tea For Charity That Doesn’t Seem To Exis Grifters gonna grift…

Some signatures of Florida voters whose registration changed to Republican different than prior samples

Jury finds New York Times not liable in Palin’s libel suit

Judge orders Trump to sit for deposition in New York investigation – The judge, Arthur Engoron, also ordered the Trumps to turn over relevant documents within two weeks

DOJ reveals new Signal messages from Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes as judge rules he will remain in jail

This Week in Seditious Treason and Other Acts of Terror:

Fact check: Strong majority of Canadians oppose convoy protests, poll after poll finds

Trump moves to close off Liz Cheney’s political escape hatch

‘Don’t Call Me Young Lady, Sir’: Fox News Guests Clash Over Trump Inspiring a ‘Terrorist Attack’ on the Capitol

Ontario government staffer out of a job after $100 donation to Ottawa blockade, others under scrutiny

How A Gay Cowboy Metal Song Messed With Anti-Vax Trucker Convoy

GiveSendGo Hacked as Names of Freedom Convoy Donors Apparently Leaked

Things I Wrote:

Welcome to the Saturday Six! (no word on silverware edition)

Sunday Supplement (2/13/2022)

Aggressive ill-informed selfishness

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