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Good morning, loyal C&C subscribers, it’s Sunday! And that means it’s time for your Sunday bonus roundup: an apology after Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu receives prompt treatment for his dehydration; the Boston Globe writes an extended article about the baffling rise in turbo cancers in young, healthy people; electrifying testimony at the House Weaponization Committee over the Hunter Biden laptop election interference story; Russia begins starving Ukraine out with ocean embargo; the New York Times asks whether you might WANT to stay locked down; mercenary reports baffling corruption among Ukrainian troops; and the tales of two young ladies making selfie videos.
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💉 Well, I guess now I have to apologize again, dang it. Last week I reported on Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s sudden and unexpected collapse, who was then hospitalized and fitted with a cardiac monitor for his dehydration. Critics got after me, bleating “Jeff, there you go again, suspecting the shots every time somebody just needs a couple pints of Gatorade.”
I don’t know why I always find something suspicious when fit, healthy people with high-performance jobs and top medical care — including staff to make sure they have whatever they need — suddenly have mysterious health incidents and get “dehydrated.” I suppose it’s a personal failure. Or maybe they’re right, I’m just a contrarian.
Well, apparently Netanyahu’s test results are back and sure enough, the Prime Minister was only dehydrated. I owe him — and all of you — an apology. Here’s how yesterday’s Fox article described the events leading up to Netanyahu’s hospitalization:
Netanyahu said that he was at the Sea of Galilee without water or sun protection when he fell ill last weekend. Israel was undergoing a heat wave, with temperatures hitting 38 degrees Celsius or 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.
See? He just forgot his sunscreen. It’s a warning for us all, and I guess I was wrong. Oh, one more thing. I’m so happy to see that the Prime Minister is now going in for immediate surgery to have a pacemaker installed, to make sure the leader of Pfizer’s test country doesn’t get dehydrated again:
Now remember: it was definitely dehydration, and not vaccine-induced myocarditis. Or if it is myocarditis, it’s totally unrelated to his recent hospitalization for dehydration. These things happen.
Take a lesson, folks. Stay hydrated and put on sunscreen! Or get a pacemaker. Either way. I’ll try to do better.