• Credit where credit is due — “Chick Fil-A to (Eventually) Stop Using Antibiotic-Filled Chicken“: “In a move that could (hopefully) have a positive ripple effect on the rest of the fast food industry, Chick fil-A announced today that it will phase out the use of chickens raised using medically unnecessary antibiotics over the next five years.”
• This is not what they mean by “networking.”
• Mallory Ortberg mourns the death of a holy fool. “Love Jesus and keep it simple,” Leonard Knight said. He was not wrong.
• During our recent string of snow, snow, ice, and more snow, Pennsylvania formally declared a “state of emergency.” That meant, among other things, that the state’s “price-gouging laws” were put into effect.
So … what then? I guess price-gouging is legal when it’s not snowing? It’s perfectly fine to rip off desperate people just as long as it’s a nice day outside? That seems wrong.
• I am glad no one was injured when a giant 40-foot sinkhole opened beneath the National Corvette Museum last week, swallowing eight vintage cars at the Bowling Green museum.
• “Sorry folks. The Song of Solomon doesn’t teach that. I may not be 100-percent sure what it does teach, but I know without a doubt that’s not it.”
• This piece from The Onion is funny because no one will ever, ever say this — not even if you’re wearing your coolest, edgiest witnessing-tool Christian T-shirt: “Hello, Do You Have A Moment To Tell Me About Jesus Christ?”
• I learned, belatedly, from Emily Graslie, that Saturday was World Pangolin Day. I suppose that’s why so many schools and businesses are closed today — as they should be, because pangolins are awesome: