Archive for May 14, 2020

Name the teams without a scorecard?

May 14, 2020

As the league begins to talk about playoffs.  Does anyone still remember who was leading the NBA 2019-2020 season?

Meanwhile, the NFL considering a season with piped in crowd noise.  So what happens in Foxboro, where last year on several occasions Patriots fans booed. And that was before Tom Brady left.

 

Years from now will we ever have a better single name answer to “Define white male privilege?” than “Jared Kushner.”

 

Trump heading to Pennsylvania Thursday and another photo-op at a PPE factory. Will White House announce exactly how many workers and others Donald plans to put at risk this trip, especially by not wearing a mask.

#WTAF -got a “Trump 100” invitation?   Me.   “I’m pleased to present you w/ invitation to join Trump 100 Club. I’ve only selected 100 Patriots in the entire Nation to join this prestigious club & YOU are one of them.” So either Trump can’t count, or his fundraisers are REALLY stupid.

Trump latest blame game focused on China. Whatever happened to the “We had great chemistry. I mean, we understand each other…” with President Xi? And that “beautiful chocolate cake?” Donald deals with some of these world leaders like he used to be married to them.

Today Supreme Court of Wisconsin issued a 4-3 ruling that strikes down the state’s stay-at-home order. So they are saying for Wisconsin residents, including women,  it’s their health and their choice?

So why is #SubpoenaObama trending? GOP thinks they’ll be able to convict him of spilling Dijon mustard on his tan suits?

Okay then, GOP and presumably Trump want to “Subpoena Obama.”  Has it occurred to Donald how starved Americans are for leadership? Or how nostalgic millions of us are feeling? Televise hearings with Barack Obama and we’ll show you real RATINGS!

 

Trying to figure why I am so completely disgusted with both Steve Scalise and Rand Paul, who have taken their second chance at life and become bigger a**holes.”

Maybe it stems from this: In 1979 a white man in a wheelchair entered Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery and said “I’ve learned what suffering means in a way that was impossible. I think I can understand something of the pain that black people have come to endure. I know I contributed to that pain and I can only ask for your forgiveness.” The man was George Wallace.