We turn now to amazing dog stories, of which YouTube is filled. For instance, in the video hopefully viewable at top, we see how a fawn mistook Mishka the dog for a parent. And Mishka took that role, even though he is trained to deal with fierce bears.
Amazing dog stories are hugely popular on YouTube. Why? My theory is it signifies a longing for innocence.
Tangential to amazing dog stories are political WrestleMania stories. At the United Nations on September 19th, President Donald Trump called Kim Jong Un, North Korea’s “Dear Leader”, “Rocket Man.” Then, via a representative, the Rocket Man retorted: “North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho called Trump ‘mentally deranged’ and said ‘during his eight months in power, he has turned the White House into a noisy marketplace full of crackling sounds.'” 
If you’ve ever seen the movie, “Man On The Moon” (starring Jim Carrey), you’ll recall the “intergender wrestling” part. Carrey portrays late comedian Andy Kaufman who played the villain in professional wrestling matchups versus Jerry “The King” Lawler of the Continental Wrestling Association. 
In the political WrestleMania, Kim Jong Un is the villain and Donald Trump is the “good guy.”
A variation of the WrestleMania theme, disguised as “news”, involves some sports stars who are kneeling while the national anthem is played. Tweeted “good guy” and WrestleMania hero Trump on September 23rd, “Roger Goodell of NFL just put out a statement trying to justify the total disrespect certain players show to our country. Tell them to stand!”
Aren’t you excited? Which character will you be cheering for in the big WrestleMania event?
Previous WrestleManias involved Confederate statues and hurricanes.
The world hasn’t ended, as reported previously in Ersjdamoo’s Blog. Some were saying that September 23rd would be the long-anticipated event. Now the prediction has changed from “end of the world” to “dramatic events.” David Meade, who had claimed the world would be ending Saturday, now says Saturday “will only mark the beginning of a series of catastrophic events to occur over several weeks.”  But what was Saturday’s “catastrophic event”?
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 “Trump tweets threat after North Korean official insults him in UN speech”, by Dan Stefano. WCVB-ABC, September 23, 2017. http://www.wcvb.com/article/north-korean-official-insults-trump-touts-nuclear-program-in-un-speech/12458359
 “Andy Kaufman”, Wikipedia, September 24, 2017.
 “Doomsday is not on Saturday after all, writer says after predicting end of the world”, Fox News, 9/22/17. http://www.foxnews.com/science/2017/09/22/doomsday-is-not-on-saturday-after-all-writer-says-after-predicting-end-world.html