What crowds?

With coronavirus worries spreading, ESPN reports that NBA asked teams today to start working with the concept of playing games without fans in attendance.

Knicks are going “been there, done that.”

And hey, if NFL teams start playing games this fall without fans in attendance does that mean we can still call them the Oakland Raiders?



Lyft is asking employees to work from home. Yeah, how’s that working out for their drivers?

Kellyanne Conway and Larry Kudlow say Coronavirus is “contained” at 200 cases. Once again the Princess Bride nails it “You keep using that word. I don’t think it means what you think it means.”

Trump bragging about a Gallup poll from Feb 3-16, before any Americans had died, on his handling of Coronavirus. Feb 3-16? Uh, that was so long ago we still had about eight Democrats running for president.



Latest from Dear Leader “Anybody that wants a test can get a test. And the tests are all perfect like the letter was perfect and the transcript.” Well, that’s reassuring…

Some infectious disease experts are advising people over 60 to strongly consider avoiding activities involving large crowds. So this means Trump is safe with his fake numbers rallies?


Nothing says “well-oiled machine” like four White House Chiefs of Staff in three years.

Is it too soon to start a pool as to when Trump will turn against Mark Meadows?


Hasn’t Northern Ireland suffered enough with the decades-long “Troubles” now to send them Mick Mulvaney?

Joked a few days about Trump saying he should have been a doctor. I should have bet on it: “‘Every one of these doctors said: “How do you know so much about this?” Maybe I have a natural ability. Maybe I should have done that instead of running for president.’

As if I didn’t love my (now former) candidate enough already, Amy Klobuchar finally has a free weekend after a long year on the campaign trail, and she’s spending it in Michigan. Campaigning for Joe Biden.

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