Commentary/News with a Twist Seven counts of wire fraud, three counts of money laundering, one count of theft of public funds, and two counts of lying to the House of Representatives on financial forms. But the real question: Who posted his $500,000 bail? Read on to find out. The Washington Post reported: Rep. George Santos,Continue reading “Congressman George Santos indicted on multiple counts”
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Around the Block goes back to a time when Dianne & Lindsey were sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G!”
Commentary/Flashback/News with a Twist Back in 2020, a friend was struggling with how to deal with Senator Dianne Feinstein’s fawning praise of Senator Lindsey Graham. I helped him write a letter…two actually. The image accompanying this story was taken at the conclusion of the Senate Judiciary Committee’s confirmation hearings of Amy Coney Barrett back inContinue reading “Around the Block goes back to a time when Dianne & Lindsey were sitting in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G!””
Oysters can change sex multiple times during their lives.
Commentary/News with a Twist/Satire DeSantis to issue executive order removing oysters from all Florida restaurant menus and market fish counters. Interestingfacts.com posted a story this morning called, “Oysters can change sex multiple times during their lives.” According to Interestingfacts: Although born male, oysters have the impressive ability to switch their sex, seemingly at will. EveryContinue reading “Oysters can change sex multiple times during their lives.”
Cars lost at sea creates mental health crisis
News with a Twist Coping with the loss of a loved one – Porsche/Bentley edition The big news in some parts of the country this week was not the impending confrontation between the United States and its NATO allies over the Russia’s potential invasion of Ukraine. Nor was it a judge’s ruling that Donald TrumpContinue reading “Cars lost at sea creates mental health crisis”
Macron and Putin meet in Moscow
Cartoon News with a Twist Social Distancing – Moscow Style The post-meeting read-out said that although the two leaders started the meeting far apart…literally at opposite ends of a (very big) table, no matter how hard their aides tried, they couldn’t make the table smaller…or get them closer together!
Around the Block is back! Did you know it was gone?
Commentary As the SF 49ers play their last regular season game/first pre-post-season game, are they back too? Around the Block has been pretty quiet the last few weeks. Perhaps it’s because of the holidays. More likely it’s due to self-inflicted trauma after realizing, and writing about the fact “we’re not in danger of losing ourContinue reading “Around the Block is back! Did you know it was gone?”
Skateboarding is an Olympic event?
As the 2020 Tokyo Olympics begins its inevitable wind down in August 2021 (my goodness, spanning two years, this must be the longest Olympics in history) I have a confession. In all the years NBC, and ABC before it, has been covering the Olympics on TV, I’ve spent less time, actually almost no time, watching these troubled games. In fact, the only coverage I’ve seen is when I’ve stumbled on some replays on a news show.
The land where almost no one visited and its favorite son, Joe, Duke of Manchin
A Fable The story of one ambitious man’s rise to power, influence and breathtaking lack of irony. Once upon a time there was a land where almost no one visited. The land was unblessed, except for one thing. Black, dusty stuff that came out of the ground. No one in this land knew what toContinue reading “The land where almost no one visited and its favorite son, Joe, Duke of Manchin”
If you can’t ‘beat em,’ ‘cheat em!’
Commentary With GOP-led voter suppression bills spreading around Red States like wild-fire, Around the Block asks, are they really going as far as they should? Well, it’s official – my adopted state of Florida has joined a growing list of Republican-led states in making it more difficult to vote. The Florida law, signed by theContinue reading “If you can’t ‘beat em,’ ‘cheat em!’”
Presidential Library and Trump is a contradiction in terms
Why would anyone think a building called a library should be built for an individual who probably never read a book or ever set foot in one?”