While we enjoy our hiatus and continue to recover from the psychological napalm bombing that was 2020 (first vaccine appointment tomorrow!), take a listen to my follow-up podcast about the 2021 Dodgers. We talk about Trevor Bauer, expectations for the team, and many other Dodger-related items. https://www.buzzsprout.com/1207238/8081204
"If you reduce government merely to the diffident whims of a single individual, there are few (if any) limits on the damage one can do to the existing civic order. Destroy it all, and the man yet stands,—seemingly stronger than before, since he has outlasted his own destruction.”
Don’t buy it for a second. He burned the building down and wants to move on to his next arson. Never forget, wherever he slithers. #fascism #incompetent #sedition
Given crippling depression and unyielding writers’ block, I thought I’d do a pictorial year in review. Steve’s Year In Review 2021 awaits, teeth bared.
Note: As we come to the end of the year, I have had little to add to the dumpster fire of this Administration. While in little mood to write things that are either obvious (Trump is a fascist) or repetitive (Trump is unfit/insane/stupid/a monster), I did remember a series of essays I wrote on the … Continue reading Cobra Kai: Season 2, Episode 1
Given the amount of discussion here recently about both the Church and COVID, I feel it is important to circulate this. I agree with all of this. I was proud of the LDS Church for closing its meetings even before the States required it, and have never understood why its membership was so willing to … Continue reading COVID Update
I had the Martinelli’s out of the refrigerator yesterday at 4. We put it back and it is still there. The first thing to understand, if you don’t already, is that the delays have nothing to do with the result, which is overwhelmingly likely to net Biden Pennsylvania, Arizona, Nevada, and Georgia, and Trump North … Continue reading Quick Note on the Election “Call”
We beat that sick, pathetic bastard.
I got a chance to do some math on Arizona. When you get into these late count situations, you have to embrace two contrary concepts: (1) the race is getting closer; (2) every time new votes are counted, the leader's chances improve. That's Arizona. Trump is running out of ballots.
Something interesting just happened that I wanted to note for Arizona. In small Apache County, a small set of ballots was just released that broke down: Biden: 1,805(81.2%)Trump: 396 (17.8%) This is no surprise--this is an Indian reservation county that swings heavily Dem, and these are probably mail votes to boot. And it's very little, … Continue reading Quick Note re Arizona