In my 16 team league, I realized that I have the players leading the league in passing yards, rushing yards, and receiving yards. Not only that, I have the best tight end, the best wide receiver, the best running back, and the best quarterback. That just… doesn’t happen.
Inside the halls of Monona Terrace, the recount has begun in Wisconsin. Donald Trump‘s campaign has wired $3M to Dane and Milwaukee Counties, where a recount is sure to prove… well… nothing. This is just a great time to highlight Frank Lloyd Wright. Monona Terrace is elegant, while also feeling important and significant. It’s one[read more]
It’s clear to me that Joe Biden is going to be sworn in on January 20th, 2021. What’s not clear is what happens to Donald Trump, because he doesn’t seem capable of stepping away from the spotlight. I suspect that well into July of 2021, we’ll be hearing from Trump. The rest of the GOP[read more]
Are you feeling stuck in the middle of life, selfish and without movement? Are you feeling foolish because you were told to be accepted? Are you looking at a screen with hearts that deploys self-esteem? Are you wondering how to manage all this debt? Are you still going? Cool, keep it moving. There won’t be[read more]
Your brain is not designed to endlessly absorb awful news, overwhelming emotion, and a sense of helplessness. The human brain is simple, and you’re overwhelming it. About 11,000 years ago, we exited the Pleistocene. At that time, we ceased being purely hunter-gatherers, and moved into an agrarian society. We learned to farm, communicate better, and[read more]
In case you haven’t read this already, you should. Carl Bernstein, one of the Watergate guys, just concluded four months of reporting, and his sources told us what you were probably already assuming: Donald Trump isn’t much different in private than he is in public. He’s a fucking idiot, and the only person he cares[read more]
Buried in the subtext of a racist flourish before exiting stage right, yesterday’s press conference accidentally asked a much more important question: How did China manage to test so many people? First, China’s numbers: LOL nope. Moving on then… What China did effectively was testing, isolation, and mapping the spread. Hubei Province is no small[read more]
One entertaining part about being a fly on the wall is being able to read how people “of a slightly different generation” view responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. I don’t know Paul Kane or Mike DeBonis, but I do know they co-authored a piece this morning in the Washington Post that answers a question that…[read more]