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It has been a week of bizarre.. strange.. outlandish.. and opening ceremonies..

Not too many headline exist that aren't weird.. If it isn't a load of power outages across Pennsylvania, where hundreds of thousands are still without electricity during a cold weekend, it's a rare snowstorm in Oregon and Washington.. Since the topic of weather is first and foremost, there's also some other weird happenings, such as a powerful snowblast in Japan, where a travel may come to a halt in Tokyo..  It's the midpoint of winter. But it's still very cold.. And perhaps that is why the timing of a New York TIMES article describing the 'end of snow' is coming at such a strange time.. The New York TIMES, though, also gave WOODY ALLEN a lot of space today to defend himself against some crude sexual allegations leveled at him from his step daughter..

The Winter Olympics began today.. While most things about winter games aren't 'scary,' the opening ceremonies certainly were.. There seemed to be some sort of sign when children opened the Olympics, and 12 children were also on display during the Super Bowl halftime show with the god of war Mars, Bruno Mars in his case.. Concerning the opening ceremonies today, the Olympic rings weren't fully lit, as the HORROR REPORT already showed you.. There were scenes of darkness and fog, chaos and volcanoes, and drifting ice ... if the dark scenery wasn't freakish enough, a cold-faced Vladimir Putin watched with delight, or at least a half smirk, as his nation welcomed the world.  Some wondered if we were watching a dreamlike HUNGER GAMES, or the beginning of a world event..

There were lots of empty seats as the parade of nations entered the gala event..
Maybe there's a reason for that..
You're on Russia's terms now..
And being on Russia's terms means some uncomfortable things may occur. For example, the United States may warn travelers that they will be monitored at all times in Sochi. There may also be surveillance equipment installed in your hotel shower room, as we learned today.. We can expect lots of world news coinciding with the Winter games, such as more scares over hijackings and terror.. The Olympics are always political.. we expect that. But this go around, there seems to be an extra burst of world affairs rearing ugly heads as young athletes use of 100,000 condoms in Olympics village.. When the gold medal rocks, the silver won't knock. . . do the bronze finalists get the girls? There's enough condoms to go around.. but maybe not enough medals..

Russia does weird stuff.. Like having weird wedding photos. Seriously, there are really odd wedding photos from Russia, some not safe for work, that may make you scratch your Olympic-filled head.. Good luck. . they just don't make any sense..

There is a sense of ironic David Letterman-esque comedy in the fact that Jay Leno, leaving the TONIGHT SHOW, has been getting intensely good ratings over the past few months since the news hit he was going to end (for the second time) his hosting gig.. The last show aired Thursday to the highest ratings in 15 years. Leno may not be my first choice as head comedian at night, but Jimmy Fallon isn't nearly as impressive as a comedian of the 20th century. I have learned that I am either not 'in' with the new generation of humor.. that or the new generation of humor just isn't funny..

There were more booms this week.. Thursday featured some loud noises in Maryland. There were strange booms in St. Louis..There were also some in Illinois. Of course we are being told they are frost quakes.. although when they happen during warmth, we're not heat quakes.. They have been continuing for years now.. some sound like horns like in Kiev, others just blast houses and seem to be directed at small areas. They are weird. I never heard them. Neither Linda Moulton Howe, but she sure talks about them quite a bit..

Linda Howe is a guest on Coast to Coast AM a lot. And speaking of that, this has been quite the week for the HORROR REPORT. We have been following all there is to follow concerning Art Bell for quite some time..  We have also been covering Premiere Radio firing John B Wells.. Interestingly, the article that we wrote about Bell's comments on Wells has made  and John Wells' site.. I take some pride in that.. And it's also worthwhile to note, as I have before, that Art Bell and John Wells fans now have something in common.. They both have a reason to unite in hatred of Premiere Radio...

And finally, though this news was from January, it was new to me when I discovered it this week. One simple photograph struck me.. The Mars Rover, Curiosity, took a photo of the view from the red planet. And it captured the pale blue dot, Earth..  Does this photo change the way you view yourself? Does it trigger an amazing bit of imagination? Does it make you feel small? Tiny.. ? It did me.. We are just a tiny dot in space, distant and bright.. And that is our home. Not go do down the Sagan road, but that's us on that pale blue dot.. But get this, according to NASA, a human observer standing on Mars would easily see Earth and the moon as two distinct bright evening stars...

And something to ponder this late Friday night.



Paging Paige: Done at the WWE


PWInsider reports that Paige was told at this past Monday’s RAW that she will not be able to return to the ring. It was noted that she is “done” as a wrestler, and that the situation is similar to Edge’s retirement in 2011 due to a neck injury…

Paige had just returned to WWE in late November after a seventeen month absence due to a neck injury she suffered in June of 2016. During her absence she suffered two Wellness policy suspensions.

Paige was injured during a house show at the Nassau Coliseum on Dec. 27 during a six-woman tag match. She was kicked in the back by Sasha Banks and struggled to get back to her feet after the bump.


The fake missile warning in Hawaii was scary for residents of that state .. 38 minutes of hell.

Scary for America more may be what ELIANA JOHNSON writes in POLITICO: A false warning of a missile threat in Hawaii sent White House aides scrambling Saturday, frantically phoning agencies to determine a response and triggering worries about their preparedness almost a year into the Trump administration. President Donald Trump’s Cabinet has yet to test formal plans for how to respond to a domestic missile attack, according to a senior administration official. John Kelly, while serving as Secretary of Homeland Security through last July, planned to conduct the exercise. But he left his post to become White House chief of staff before it was conducted, and acting secretary Elaine Duke never carried it out. The Old Cold War guard is gone. The newcomers can issue threats but appear to be unaware on how to act on them.. “The U.S. government hasn’t tested these plans in 30 years,” said the senior a…

There is water on Mars. There is not water on Mars. There is water on Mars.

A cross-section of underground ice is exposed at the steep slope that appears bright blue in this enhanced-color view from the HiRISE camera on NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. The scene is about 550 yards wide. The scarp drops about 140 yards from the level ground in the upper third of the image.Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UA/USGS

This could be a game changer–and quite the about face since the past several months of news gathered have reinforced the notion that no water at all existed..

As reported in the journal Science (paywall), the water was found in both the north and south of Mars, at latitudes equivalent to South America and Scotland. The exposed areas were found on scarps as steep as 55 degrees. Based on the absence of craters in the regions, scientists believe that the features formed relatively recently.

“The discovery reported today gives us surprising windows where we can see right into these thick underground sheets of ice,” study co-author Shane Byrne of the University of…

FCC won’t let Trump’s shithole be

The FCC received complaints after NBC and CNN used the word “s—hole” in their coverage of the controversy over comments President Donald Trump reportedly made to lawmakers during a meeting about immigration.

An FCC spokesman said they received a “handful” of comments, but did not have an exact figure yet. The agency does not monitor programming, but reviews each complaint to decide whether to take any type of action.

CNN featured the term on its chyron, and it was also repeated on air multiple times. But the FCC’s jurisdiction over indecency and profanity does not cover cable and satellite programming.x

The word was used once on “NBC Nightly News,” but anchor Lester Holt issued a viewer warning in advance. CBS and ABC chose not to use the word.

The FCC considers a number of factors in whether to act on a complaint, including “context,” and that in the past has included whether it has been a part of news programming. Broadcasters are confident that they would be exempt for using the term i…



Not only that, but warnings buzzed on TVs.. radios.. the horrid screeching noise when an emergency alert sounds.. 

CNN reports,

Jocelyn Azbell had just woken up in her Maui hotel Saturday when she was hurried into the hotel's basement to take shelter from an incoming ballistic missile.
"You're thinking, 'Oh my gosh, are we going to die? Is it really a missile (headed) our way, or is it just a test?'" the 24-year-old told CNN. "We really didn't know."
Minutes before, she'd received an ominous alert on her phone.

Azbell, her boyfriend and hundreds of other hotel guests were "herded like cows" into the basement by staff. "People are crying and people obviously were super scared," she said.
For 20 minutes, Azbell said, they waited. Finally, they were told that the alert was a false ala…


The worst flu since the early 2000s strikes he entire continental United States is experiencing widespread flu right now, the first time in the 13 years of the current tracking system that that has happened, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Officials said that this flu season is shaping up to be one of the worst in recent years. The rate of flu hospitalizations — the number of people hospitalized with flu per 100,000 — nearly doubled last week compared with the previous week. Last week it was 22.7 per 100,000 people; the week before that rate was 13.7. IT IS SO BAD..
THE KIDS ARE BANNED FROM GOING TO THE HOSPITAL!! All of that prompted metro Detroit's Beaumont hospital chain to take an unusual step Friday afternoon: banning visits from children under 13 until the flu season subsides. “We apologize for the inconvenience,” said a news release from Beaumont Health System, which operates eight major hospitals in southeast Michigan. “All Beaumont Health hospita…