The CFP poll debuted yesterday. Bama and Clemson were sitting on top. Ohio State was being Kentucky and Washington State. I can’t say I’m that surprised. A large slate of hockey games took place yesterday. The winners were: Calgary, the NY Islanders, Boston, Detroit, Dallas, Tampa, Nashville, the MINNESOOOOODA WIIIIIIIILD, Phoenix (who are above .500, which should be cause for celebratory riots in PHX this late in the season), Philadelphia and the NY Rangers. Congratulations to all of them.
Famous Halloween birthdays include: painter Jan Vermeer, poet John Keats, Girl Scouts founder Juliette Low, (non-commie) Chinese head of state Chiang Kai-shek, “truth”-teller Dan Rather, actor and brother Brian Doyle-Murray, rocker Bob Siebenberg, dead-too-soon actor John Candy, the devil reincarnated Nick Saban, filmmaker Peter Jackson, incredibly wonderful musician whose music is timeless Johnny Marr, the stapler Rob Schneider, and another timeless god of a musician Adam Horovitz, rapper Vanilla Ice, and Ace Of Base singer Linn Berggren.
Big happenings on this day include: Martin Luther sent his 95 Theses to the Archbishop of Mainz, the Donner Party set up their winter camp, “The Adventures Of Sherlock Holmes” was first published, Mussolini was named premier of Italy, Mount Rushmore was completed, the first thermonuclear bomb was detonated, Jim Morrison was sentenced to six months in jail, Indira Gandhi was assassinated by her bodyguards, and 13-year old Bethany Hamilton had her arm bitten off by a shark while surfing.
OK, now on to…the links!
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellin says that deficits are not sustainable. And says if she had a magic wand, she’d raise taxes. Right, because there’s nothing left to cut, is there dumbass?
Megyn Kelly is determined to get her money while NBC bristles at the thought. Get your popcorn, because if they don’t pay, expect the tell-all to be published in a month.
This Mueller sexual-harassment thing is getting weirder by the day. Fortunately I already had my popcorn ready over the Megyn Kelly situation.
Republican turnout is big in early voting in key California races. But that’s cool, say Dems. Because what really matters is who counts them.
Pervy Chicago firefighters cost taxpayers $11.2 million. No word if any people were held accountable for their actions. I doubt it though. They have a union contract, after all.
Somehow I don’t think this is anywhere near the top of cop compensation for major cities. But still, that’s some serious scratch for “serving” the public.
Very, very wrong. N ow go have a great day!