Tree-ed off?

Great season for Stanford women’s basketball. – But what an ugly way to end the season with their 63-58 loss Friday night to U Conn. 9 points in the 1st quarter, 11 in the 3rd. when you start out 2 of 18 from the three point line… “Not with a bang but a brick.”

Stanford and UConn are two great women’s teams. But their Final Four basketball matchup was at 930p Eastern time tonight?? Way to grow the game ESPN. #MarchMadness

(OTOH, the way both teams played, maybe not the best game to attract new viewers to women’s basketball…)

Five games to go in the NBA season and who had the San Antonio Spurs with a one-game lead (and the tie-breaker) over the Los Angeles Lakers for the 10th and final play-in game postseason spot? And yeah, all you liars put your hands down.

Leave it to Stephen Colbert to sum up CBS News’ hiring of Mick Mulvaney: “Why would the Tiffany Network’s venerable news division put this craven toady to a tyrant on their payroll?”

If Walter Cronkite weren’t dead this would have killed him.

(Although Colbert may have become the closest thing to Cronkite’s heir. No joke.)

Fox News hired Caitlyn Jenner as a contributor. So now can parents sue saying it’s inappropriate if a Fox News viewing teacher in a Florida school comments on any of Caitlyn’s Fox News appearances?

WTAF? Some conservatives are trying to troll Rob Reiner with the nickname “Meathead” from when he played Archie Bunker’s son-in-law.

Uh, “All In the Family” was a sitcom from the 1970s! That’s so long ago the GOP was a legitimate political party.

(And a party that believed in impeaching a President who committed crimes.)

Thinking for amount the time most networks have spent covering that slap they could have screened Best Picture #CODA for their viewers several times over.

As if the thought of Sarah Palin running for Congress isn’t bad enough, imagine how much worse the congresswomen from Georgia and Colorado will feel like they have to behave to keep getting headlines.

Even conservative UK Daily Mail on bill to cap insulin prices at $35 a month- which needs 60 votes in Senate “The Affordable Insulin Now Act will force Republicans who oppose it into uncomfortable votes ahead of midterms.” Or GOP could just do right thing & vote for the bill!

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