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Democrats

Red Klotz – Washington Generals – (Rare) Behind The Scenes “President Biden is disappointed in this outcome, as he proposed having the $15 minimum wage as part of the American Rescue Plan. He respects the parliamentarian’s decision and the Senate’s process. He will work with leaders in Congress to determine the best path forward because …

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The America’s Cup 2021 – The Challengers

In case you weren’t aware but yours truly is a person of the sea. I was raised on an island and cannot remember not knowing how to swim. Over the years, I also learned how to sail and have owned a sail boat. Needless to say I love watching the Summer Olympics boat races and …

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Super Bowl LV

Just as last Monday’s almost a blizzard two and a half feet of snow started to get that greyish “been here too long” look, Stars Hollow has gotten a fresh coat of the cold white stuff. Not as much as last week but enough for the town to get out the plow guy. He does …

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Throwball Playoffs AFC Championship: Bills @ Chiefs

Hard to believe, but it’s true, there used to be a whole other Throwball League called the American Football League that got swallowed up by the NFL and that’s why we have two Conferences today. ek hornbeck 1.19.2020 . Once again the 14 – 2 Kansas City Chiefs are in the AFC Championship game. This …

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Throwball Playoffs NFC Championship: Buccaneers @ Packers

Once again the Green Bay Packer’s, ek hornbeck’s favorite team, are in the NFC Championship game. This time they face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on their home turf, Lambeau Field where the weather won’t be a balmy 75. The current forecast calls for a temperature of 29 degrees at kickoff (3:05 p.m. ET), with 2-4 …

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America’s Cup: American Defenders Last Race?

The America’s Cup is down to match point in the latest battle of the billionaires for the trophy, affectionately known as the Auld Cup. The challenger from New Zealand leads the American team 6 – 1 after 8 races in this best of seven match. The race is being held in the turquoise blue waters …

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2016 Senior League Championship Series: Game 6, Dodgers @ Cubs

Here we are back in the windy city at Wrigley Field for the 6th, and hopefully the final game, of the National League Championship with the Chicago Cubs leading the Los Angeles Dodgers 3 games to 2 in the series. Tonight it will Dodgers’ pitcher Clayton Kershaw, trying to save his team against Cubs’ pitcher …

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#TEAMUSA

The Olympics start in Rio on Friday, but we aren’t supposed to tell you that on this web site or on Twitter of Facebook. We aren’t suppose to congratulate the athletes either. Why, you ask is that? Well, according to International Olympic Committee and the US Olympic Committee it’s to protect the athletes and prevent …

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March Madness Anniversary

On this day in 1939, March Madness is born. The University of Oregon defeats The Ohio State University 46-33 on this day in 1939 to win the first-ever NCAA men’s basketball tournament. The Final Four, as the tournament became known, has grown exponentially in size and popularity since 1939. By 2005, college basketball had become …

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NCAA Women’s Tournament 2016: Round 2 – Day 2

The NCAA Men are all set for their Sweet 16 rounds on March 24 and 25. The Women wrap up their games today. Their Regional Semifinals are on March 25 and 26. Here the scores and winners for last night’s round: #3 Ohio St. 88 – #6 W. Virginia 81 #4 Syracuse 76 – #12 …

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NCAA Women’s Tournament 2016: Round 2 – Day 1

I’m back for the first day of the Women’s Round of 32. There were fewer upsets than for the men, just six as opposed to 14 for the men. Here are the results for the play-ins that got us to today’s session: Finals for Round of 64 – Day 1: #13 Belmont 60 – #4 …

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NCAA Men’s Tournament 2016: Round of 32 – Day 2

I’m your poor substitute host for today’s Madness. First is yesterday’s results from the Round of 32 that gets us to the Semi-Regional Finals better known as the Sweet 16 on March 26 and 27. Sorry, no pretty brackets, just the scores. NCAA Men: 2nd Round – Day 1 Halftime: #1 Miami (FL) 32 – …

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