Sorry not to have had anything to say today. I’ve been swamped with errands, and poor Coco (who has been inexplicably sick) had to be taken to the vet for innumerable tests. She has an acute GI infection and according to the vet she is so filled with gas that they’re going to have to pump her full of barium. No idea what caused it, but I worry that it had something to do with the late-night skunk encounters I mentioned previously, because her energy levels have been waning since. They don’t think that a toxin is responsible, though, so I’m clueless.
Surely, there is something going on in the world. But what?
How about a “comment” that got nine passengers thrown off a plane? CNN won’t say what it was.

(CNN) — Nine passengers aboard a plane at Dulles International Airport were removed before takeoff due to a comment made to a crew member Sunday night, a United Airlines spokeswoman said.
Megan McCarthy told CNN she had no information early Monday morning about the nature of the comment. She said United employees came to the gate, spoke with the crew and then spoke with the passengers taken off the plane.

Naturally, the commenters are irate.
BRAVEDAVE61:

“Megan McCarthy told CNN she had no information early Monday morning about the nature of the comment. “….I smell COVERUP! Great reporting, CNN!…next up…what’s for lunch, and what exaclty is that stuff on my winshield anyway?

And here’s deb8891:

Uh….ok. Can I get a hint about the comment? Can we play 21 questions so I can try and guess the category of the comment? Did all nine passengers say the comment all at one time? Was it yelled? Are the nine people denying they said whatever was said? WHAT DID THEY SAY?!?!?!!?

In today’s world, you are not allowed to know what it is you are not allowed to say!
That’s the way it is around here.
I never know what I am not allowed to say, or when I am not allowed to say it. I never know what I am not allowed to not say, or when I am not allowed to not say it, so I have to rely on commenters to tell me what I said that I should not have said, and what I have not said that I should have said.
I also never know when I am going to be accused of saying what I didn’t say, and of not saying what I did say!
It’s comforting to know that there’s always an inexhaustible supply.