Happy Birthday, you big ol’ wonderful U S of A, you! Doonesbury Archive/Washington Post More of the same, Mike. It just keeps coming and coming, crazy outburst after incomprehensible decision. An unprovoked trade war here, a cruel immigration enforcement policy … Continue reading
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Tagged Animal House, Dahlia Lithwick, David Frum, Donald Trump, Doonesbury, Fourth of July, GoComics.com, Jon Stewart, Lili Loofbourow, Slate, Stephen Colbert, The Atlantic, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Tom the Dancing Bug, Washington Post, YouTube
Doonesbury, or Shania Twain? Tough call…but I can has both on the InterWebs. Most interesting read of my morning was this story in Slate about the Canadian singer who got burned by touching on American politics, a story I missed … Continue reading
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Tagged American Sociological Review, Donald Trump, Doonesbury, GoComics.com, John Kenneth Galbraith, Shania Twain, Slate, Toronto Globe and Mail, Yascha Mounk
It snowed here today!
Them what knows say it’s the earliest in the season it’s ever snowed in Houston, and the first time it’s ever snowed here two winters in a row. I believe that: it’s probably snowed fewer than a dozen times in the more than 40 years I’ve lived here.
The TV news freaked out, of course, although credit where credit is due: this snowfall was forecast five days ago, so it really shouldn’t have been a surprise. But you know there’s always someone who didn’t get the message.
What happened to our global warming? Continue reading
Hundreds of thousands of people turned out for a parade in downtown Houston today in honor of the Houston Astros, the big-league baseball team that accomplished something this year that it had never done in its first 55 years of … Continue reading
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Tagged 12up Sport, 1980 National League Championship Series, 1986 National League Championship Series, 2005 World Series, 2017 World Series, Albert Pujols, American League, Astrodome, Atlanta Braves, Billy Hatcher, Brad Lidge, Carlos Beltran, Chicago White Sox, Chris Burke, Colt Stadium, Enron Field, Greg Maddux, Houston, Houston Astrodome, Houston Astros, Houston Colt .45s, Jim Edmonds, John Smoltz, Kansas City Royals, Kevin Bass, Kevin Brown, Los Angeles Dodgers, Major League Baseball, Metropolitan Stadium, Mike Scott, Minnesota Twins, Minute Maid Park, National League, NBC Game of the Week, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Randy Johnson, San Diego Padres, St. Louis Cardinals, Tom Glavine, World Series
Hey kids, It’s been very different. We’ve all been through hurricanes before but this isn’t the same. Everybody is fine right now, some still in town and some not, but everybody wants the rain to stop. I’ve lost track of … Continue reading
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Tagged Brazos River, Buc-ee's, Buffalo Bayou, Dallas Cowboys, flooding, Harvey, Houston, Houston Astros, Houston Texans, Johnson Space Center, Katy, Luling, Pearland, Richmond, Rockport, San Antonio, Stafford, Texas Rangers, tropical weather