Archive for May 17, 2022

Altitude sickness?

May 17, 2022


SF Giants hung on for a 7-6 win.

But why does a one run lead against the Rockies at Coors Field going to the bottom of the 9th somehow feel like a tie game in the bottom of the 10th with that ghost runner on second?

After a blow-out loss game 7 loss to the Dallas Mavericks, Phoenix Suns point guard Chris Paul says he plans to be back “next year.”

“Next year?”” The 2022-2023 regular season starts in about five MONTHS.

Newly signed Browns QB Deshaun Watson, accused of sexual misconduct by 22 women he hired as massage therapists, will meet with NFL officials this week. And no doubt the league will slap his hand really really hard.

Sometimes it feels like Democrats have cornered the market on political infighting… And then there’s Pennsylvania – Kathy Barnette said in a radio interview Monday she has “no intentions” of supporting EITHER Oz or McCormick if they win the GOP primary.


Oklahoma GOP Governor Kevin Stitt is warning state’s Native American tribes that if they allow abortion on sovereign land he will intervene..

So what part of “sovereign land” does Governor Stitt not understand?

Tommy Tuberville was on the Senate Floor complaining President Biden is against cryptocurrency, and that Americans should be able to invest their retirement as they choose. Does anyone think if asked Senator Tuberville could even EXPLAIN cryptocurrency?

Actuallyo today Tommy Tuberville was promoting his bill allowing Americans being able to put their 401ks into cryptocurrency. What’s next? A Tuberville bill to allow us to invest in tulip bulbs and Beanie Babies?

Chuck Schumer today calling out Fox News & Turker Carlson, for their “craven quest for viewers and ratings” He says for years they’ve been “stoking cultural grievance and political resentment that eerily mirrors the messages found in replacement theory.” Schumer is right.

Sorry, I love Stephen Colbert. But when he has Mark Esper on, another man who kept terrifying truths quiet to save them for his memoir, well, I change the channel. Call me old fashioned, but I believe in “Country over Book Sales.”

ICYMI, Texas has been dealing with VERY high temperatures & some power plants have already temporarily failed, Texans have been asked to limit electricity usage. But when power grid really fails, to which air-conditioned destination will Ted Cruz go?


There’s something underappreciated about the fact that many and in some cases most GOP candidates running now in elections are running against the idea of trusting elections.

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