Things are not what they seem. The truth is not out there.
The National League still plays baseball, as opposed to the adulterated product put on the field by the other league.
“On April 6, 1973—Opening Day—Ron Blomberg of the New York Yankees became the league’s first ever designated hitter. In his first plate appearance, he was walked on a full count by the Boston Red Sox pitcher Luis Tiant.“
I’m not going to read tomorrow’s strip.
Not quite right, and not so benign. See https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albert_Einstein%27s_brain for the somewhat sordid story.
A friend is good. A friend with a weapon is even better.
It’s at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. It’s not on view. I can see why! This thing is just plain bad.
Just for grins: https://mynoise.net/bestOnlineHearingTests.php
Never under estimate the power of a Hammy hug!
Here’s a proposition thrown out as contrarian, curmudgeonly food for thought: every time you check a book published since the early 1920’s out of the library, you are freeloading on the author’s hard work by denying him or her the royalty they would have received, and have richly earned, had you purchased the book.
There were 157,596,000 registered voters in 2016. He’s reported to be worth 61.5 billion. So he’s got enough to give every registered voter a little undef $400. Of course, he wouldn’t need to buy Democrats. So he could give each Republican registered voter about $800. Suppose he offered every registered Republican $600 not to change their vote, but simply to stay home and not vote at all?