Called strikes?

North Korea is now threatening to strike “the whole US mainland” over “The Interview.” Wonder if President Obama has sent them a map highlighting red states?

(my friend Scott R. says  “Cities with NBA teams are safe.”)


The Oakland Raiders have really blown their chance for the #1 draft pick. Just as well. They usually blow the pick when they get it anyway.


North Korea is now accusing the U.S. government of being behind the making of the movie “The Interview.” Really, if it hadn’t been for all this controversy most people in the U.S. government might not have even HEARD of the movie.

So apparently at FSU they have decided Jameis Winston is not guilty of code of conduct violations. Wonder what the verdict would have been had the ‘Noles lost to Notre Dame.

Well, the Saints richly deserved eliminated today. All of a sudden this year their road to home scoring performance started approximating that of Bill Clinton.

David Shaw says he will stay at Stanford, despite what ESPN said is “major interest” from the NFL. Uh, did any of these teams watch Stanford’s first 10 games?

So for all those who thought there wouldn’t be a royal wedding in Britain this year, Elton John just married his longtime partner David Furnish. ‪#‎Congratulations‬ ‪#‎GodsavetheQueen‬

This year it’s looking increasingly like the 49ers “Who’s got it better than us” is referring to draft picks.

Stanford in the Foster Farms Bowl may outdraw the SF 49ers Saturday night.

More from Saturday night.  To update the old children’s version of a Christmas carol: Jingle Bells, Batman smells, the Eagles laid an egg.

In Britain, the last Saturday before Christmas for shopping, was called “Panic Saturday.”. And in the USA they’re trying to figure out how to turn the day into a shopping event next year.

Protesters against police brutality have apparently filled up Mall of America. Probably they figure violence around the holidays should be confined to between shoppers at after-Christmas sales.


Kudos to Gwen. And sorry, anyone who loots or commits violence against innocent people is not helping, they are contributing to the danger black men are in in this country. “Anyone who is standing with us, we want you to not use Eric Garner’s name for violence because we are not about that,” Gwen Carr, Garner’s mother.

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