Yesterday was a crazy day. WWW had a great time with her niece at Santa’s pancake breakfast and got here at about 10 AM. After we de-stunk the TomCat, I worked getting the blog published and messages out. By the time we got done, I was completely pooped, so I fell asleep during meditation upon the Ellipsoid Orb. I had thawed a package of turkey bird leftovers, do I feasted on bird and stuffing. I still have a 2 lb. pkg. of frozen turkey in addition to the frozen soup base. Store to door will be off two weeks at the end of December, so I’m trying to arrange alternative delivery to avoid Safeway.com.
Jig Zone Puzzle:
Today’s took me 3:17 (average 5:17). Top do it, click here. How did you do?
They are now effectively out of the playoffs, so that leaves only next season. Each loss increases the draft value.
I support them, but expect to see the Stanley Cup played in Hell before Republicans pass it. RESIST!!
From The New Yorker: Breaking his silence on Alabama’s embattled Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate, Donald Trump warned on Wednesday that dumping Roy Moore could start a “dangerous trend” of believing women.
“I think we need to be very, very careful here,” Trump told reporters. “This is not just about Roy Moore. This is about our country deciding that we are going to start believing women, something that we have never done before.
“This is a very dangerous road we’re heading down,” he said.
Trump cautioned that, if instituted, a new practice of believing women would “totally destroy” the system that the country already has in place. “For years we’ve had a system of believing men,” he said. “It’s worked very well. It’s done a great job.”
Andy, are you planning a return to satire? RESIST!!
From Alternet: President Donald Trump’s lawyer claims his client cannot be guilty of obstruction of justice because he is the president.
John Dowd, the president’s outside lawyer, insisted he drafted Trump’s tweet over the weekend that seemingly confessed to obstruction but argued the social media posting did no such thing, reported Axios.
“The tweet did not admit obstruction,” Dowd told the website. “That is an ignorant and arrogant assertion.”
The attorney insisted Trump could not possibly be guilty of obstruction because he was the chief executive.
That sounds like Crawford Caligula’s Unitary Executive hypothesis. RESIST!!