Before dawn

Oregon State – Washington college football game came down to the last minute Friday night. And ended even on the West Coast after 11:15pm. Yes, 2:15a on the East Coast.

Forget “Pac 12 after dark,” this is more like “football for insomniacs or men with prostrate problems.

2022 Brooklyn Nets. Started 2-6

Finally suspended Kyrie Irving for retweeting post on anti-semitic movie (& not apologizing.)

Fired Steve Nash & probably hiring Ime Udoka, fired himself for inappropriate relationship w/ Celtics team employee.

Nets 2022 slogan “Hold our beer.”

Kevin Durant on the Kyrie Irving suspension “I just didn’t like anything that went on. I feel like it was all unnecessary. I felt like we could have just kept playing basketball and kept quiet as an organization.”

There’s a reason Gregg Popovich and San Antonio Spurs never made a move to try to sign or trade for Kevin Durant.

Meanwhile Nike suspended their relationship with Kyrie Irving “We are deeply saddened and disappointed.”

As in “deeply saddened and disappointed we’ve already had all those Kyrie 8 shoes made we can’t sell now?

In all seriousness, with unemployment under 4%, and Muskrat changing all the rules at Twitter, including eliminating remote work, why does Elon think the employees he isn’t firing won’t quit?

So with an $8 a month fee and no verification at a time when Twitter is worried about losing users, will a blue check become the functional equivalent of “I’m with Stupid?”

Something perhaps for independent and moderate voters to ask themselves. Leaving politics aside, would you trust some of these Republican candidates to watch your dog or cat while you went away for a weekend?

Stephen Colbert was a repeat Friday night, but this stands out “71% of Americans think democracy is at risk. But only 7% identified this as the most important problem facing our country. Kind of hard to fix anything else without a functioning democracy.”

Media: “Leading Democrats aren’t speaking out.”

Democratic leaders: Speak out and campaign across the country.

Media: So what crazy thing did Velveeta Voldemort, Kari Lake or Herschel Walker say today?

See the problem

Dear Media.

On Sunday Nov. 6, Pete Buttigieg & Amy Klobuchar are going back to New Hampshire together to campaign for Maggie Hassan.

If Pete & Amy promise to insult each other at some point THEN would you cover it?

Sincerely, Americans tired of only clickbait coverage.

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