Dan T.

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    March 18
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    September 9, 1966
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  1. Well this sucks. Once again, Jumbo, you've jumped in where you didn't need to.
  2. Mark Zuckerman does a pretty decent job with his Nats Pastime site: http://www.masnsports.com/nationals-pastime/
  3. The Post article posits a different lineup: Eaton Turner Soto Rendon Zimmerman Dozier Catcher Pitcher Robles
  4. - Using money, donated by others to the Trump "Foundation," to buy Donald Trump portraits and to settle lawsuits. - Flat out lying to the American people about ongoing business efforts in Russia. - Flat out lying to the American people about those hush payments to Stormy Daniels and the Playboy bunny whose name escapes me (McDougal?) - Bringing Don Jr. into the world. For me - and I would guess for most people - it's not a Democrat vs. Republican issue. It's not policy differences. It's Donald ****ing Trump.
  5. Washington Post's Nats beat reporter Jesse Dougherty writes that the Nats and Davey Martinez are thinking about batting Victor Robles 9th as a "second leadoff hitter." They did that (position player 9th/pitcher 8th) some last year, most often with Wilmer Difo when he filled in at 3rd base Anthony Rendon was injured. https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2019/02/19/nationals-are-toying-with-idea-batting-victor-robles-ninth-second-lead-off-hitter/?utm_term=.28d3fa97a115
  6. From the article: Multiple whistleblowers came forward to warn about efforts inside the White House to rush the transfer of highly sensitive U.S. nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia in potential violation of the Atomic Energy Act and without review by Congress as required by law — efforts that may be ongoing to this day,” the report says. The whistleblowers also “warned about a working environment inside the White House marked by chaos, dysfunction and backbiting. They noted that White House political appointees repeatedly ignored directives from top ethics advisers who repeatedly --- but unsuccessfully -- “ordered senior White House officials to halt their efforts.”
  7. Having unprotected sex with a porn star while your wife is home with your new-born son, and having a year long affair with a Playboy playmate, and then directing the payment of hush money to them for the direct purpose of protecting your Presidential campaign.
  8. History will not look kindly upon Donald Trump, for a number of reasons. Neither will the spotlight of history miss those who abetted his deeds. Top five six, off hand: - Child separation as a purposeful deterrent to families seeking asylum - Disparaging and damaging relationships of long-standing democratic allies while propping up despots - Libeling law enforcement leaders as a defense against investigations - Disregard of U.S. intelligent services when they disagree with his warped world view. "I believe Putin." Jesus God almighty. - Serial, pathological lying - Coarsening the public discourse from the seat of power
  9. This is how much of the country felt when they heard about this...
  10. So the White House released the official transcript of VP Pence’s bomb of a speech at the Munich forum. They had the gall to insert “(Applause)” at the two points in the speech where Pence was met with dead silence. https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefings-statements/remarks-vice-president-pence-2019-munich-security-conference-munich-germany/
  11. WV Woman Who Called Michelle Obama an "Ape in Heels" Pleads Guilty to FEMA Fraud The West Virginia woman who grabbed national headlines in 2016 for calling Michelle Obama an "ape" has pleaded guilty to embezzling thousands of dollars in federal disaster relief. Pamela Taylor, 57, admitted to authorities last week that she falsely registered for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) disaster benefits after a deadly 1,000-year flood event in Clay County, West Virginia, in June 2016. Taylor had claimed that her primary residence was damaged by the floodwaters and that she was forced to stay in a rental property. But Taylor's home was actually not damaged and she still lived there. She received more than $18,000 in FEMA benefits after submitting the fraudulent application, according to a press release from the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of West Virginia. Taylor was placed on leave from her position as director of the Clay County Development Corporation in November 2016 after posting a controversial comment about then-first lady Michelle Obama on social media. "It will be refreshing to have a classy, beautiful, dignified First Lady in the White House. I'm tired of seeing a Ape in heels," Taylor wrote on Facebook after Election Day. Clay County Mayor Beverly Whaling liked Taylor's Facebook post and commented, "Just made my day Pam." Both women apologized publicly, and Whaling subsequently submitted a letter announcing her resignation, according to ABC affiliate WCHS in Charleston, West Virginia. https://www.yahoo.com/gma/woman-called-michelle-obama-ape-heels-pleads-guilty-174405335--abc-news-topstories.html
  12. Here's the list, released by the Arlington Diocese, of priests "credibly accused" of sexual misconduct: Priests Incardinated to the Diocese of Arlington Religious Order Priests Richmond Diocese Priests Later Incardinated into Arlington Diocese Note: In 2011, allegations were brought to the Diocese of Arlington regarding Father Terry Specht. In keeping with policy, the allegations were immediately reported to law enforcement and Father Specht was placed on administrative leave. The Arlington Diocesan Review Board was not able to come to a decision as to the credibility of the accusations against Father Specht. Further, law enforcement has not brought any charges or continued the investigation. Not long after being placed on leave, Father’s health became such that he requested and was granted medical retirement. He now lives in retirement, does not have faculties for priestly ministry, and will not return to priestly ministry. (Father Specht was the Pastor at Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Annandale, Virginia from 2007 to 2012.) https://www.arlingtondiocese.org/clergyabuselist/
  13. Been to Atlanta Braves place at Disney, the Mets facility in Port St. Lucie, and the Cardinals/Marlins Roger Dean Stadium. The Nats ballpark beats all three, in my opinion. Better sight lines, wider concourses, and bigger beer selection. Downside is there’s not much in the neighborhood around the facility... in that regard, Roger Dean Stadium and the Braves place at Disney are better. Mets’ is similarly bereft of nearby amenities.
  14. Can't we just put the franchise tag on him for 2 years at $40 million per, and then say goodbye when he signs with the Minnesota Vikings Twins?
  15. And most of those people entered the country legally and then overstayed their visas. So, to recap, the number of unauthorized immigrants is at a decade-long low. And the majority of them did NOT cross an open border, but came legally and then overstayed their visas. Which a "wall" would do nothing to correct. http://cmsny.org/publications/jmhs-visa-overstays-border-wall/ Here's the stupidest fact in this whole debate: The idea of a wall didn't come from any analysis of need. It was dreamed up by Roger Stone and Sam Nunberg as a mnemonic device to keep Trump focused on immigration during rallies and debates. it grew as a concept only because of the reaction it got at rallies. https://www.forbes.com/sites/stuartanderson/2019/01/04/where-the-idea-for-donald-trumps-wall-came-from/#4c93381c4415