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Monday, June 20, 2005

Monday's stuff from the weekend

More people excoriate Durbin:
Mark Stein (h/t Betsy)
Newt Gingrich Heard him make the case for censure of Durbin on Hannity's show. Shame he has so many problems himself as he is one of the clearest speakers on the right.
At the Weekly Standard, Hugh Hewitt has a new column up titled Breaking the Durbin Code.
Don Surber's latest:
Liberals like to say they Support Our Troops. Here is how they Support Our Troops:
Read the rest (lots of good links)

Looks like we moved out of southern Virginia just in time.
Interstate 64, tied up in ''nots'' Not on time. Not on budget. And another summer of not-happy motorists on the Hampton highway.

Chris from A Large Regular reminds us that July is national Beer Month. You only have 11 days to stock up.

In sports, the Indians keep rolling along as they swept the Diamondbacks over the weekend to bring their winning streak to 9 games. Grady Sizemore has a nine game hitting streak concurrent with the winning streak. Cause and effect or coincidence? I was never in favor of Interleague play and thought it was bad a marketing scheme which only worked with the large market teams that draw well on the road. After seeing The Tribe stomp on their National League opponents, I'm going to miss those NL teams. A truer test comes to town tonight. The reigning champion, the Boston Red Sox are stopping by for a three game series.
Winning gets you noticed and it worked for the Indians as Peter Gammons takes a look at the hottest team in baseball in his latest column.

Lastly, we have the quote of the day (AKA who said that?):
The optimist proclaims that we live in the best of all possible worlds; and the pessimist fears that this is true.

3 Comments:

Anonymous bob said...

how big a test is a dilluted bosox club check the standings 38-30 not much better than the indians 37-30

10:49 AM

 
Anonymous bob said...

how big a test is a dilluted bosox club check the standings 38-30 not much better than the indians 37-30

10:50 AM

 
Blogger LargeBill said...

Thanks for weighing in. However, I'll only answer that once. You're right Boston is not a juggernaut. However, they are well over .500 and a darn sight better than the Rockies (.328) and Giants (.418).

11:43 AM

 

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