Over here in the USA, Porkland and other municipalities are busy throwing money away on "new" light rail trains, while nationally, the definition of "high-speed rail" has been revised to mean "anything that can go faster than 70 miles an hour". Not so in Japan, which debuted its first bullet train 60 years ago and is now in the testing stages of its new 310-mph. maglev train - look Ma! No wheels! Although America used to lead the way in technology, that was back before the Left took over public education and turned it into public vegetation.
Meanwhile, over on the east coast, some 30 agencies scrambled to locate a submarine which had surfaced on a highway. As it happened, the thing causing all of the panic and general alarum was a life-sized replica of the first successful combat submarine, the Confederates' Hunley. Bolted onto a trailer, it's been making the display rounds for about a decade, uneventfully cruising down the highways from coast to coast. Until now. Headed through New York, bound for a weekend stop in Connecticut, the sight of the thing got uptight New York lefties' panties in a twist, and 911 calls were duly made by folks convinced that it was a terrorist bomb. Or something.
They're doubtless related to the school staff who suspended a five-year-old for ten days after interrogating him for two hours until he wet his pants. His crime? Bringing a cap gun onto the bus to show his friend as they were on the way to kindergarten.