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10/27/2017

Hmm…Rafael Cruz In Texas To, Uh, “Watch The World Series”

Filed under: General — Dana @ 7:40 pm

[guest post by Dana]

Probably just a coincidence….

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And now a word from the President:

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[All scolds, loosen up, it’s Friday night!]

(Cross-posted at The Jury Talks Back.)

–Dana

115 Responses to “Hmm…Rafael Cruz In Texas To, Uh, “Watch The World Series””

  1. This game is painful. Conspiracy theories sounds so much more bearable than this… BLEED BLUE!!!

    Dana (023079)

  2. ? Rafael Cruz (yes, the daddy) lives in Carrolton, Texas. UT graduate, too.

    nk (dbc370)

  3. [All scolds, loosen up, it’s Friday night!]

    I’m filling in for Sammy, who can’t participate until tomorrow night.

    nk (dbc370)

  4. How many pitchers have the Dodgers used so far? The starter, Darvish, then Maeda, Stripping (?), and now Morrow. Did I miss one?

    DRJ (15874d)

  5. Are you rubbing it in, DRJ?? 😉

    Dana (023079)

  6. Nk @ 2,

    Geez, can’t you just roll with it??

    Dana (023079)

  7. No, I’ve actually lost count. How big is that bullpen? They just keep coming.

    DRJ (15874d)

  8. It must be hard for the Dodgers to play in such a loud park.

    DRJ (15874d)

  9. I think they carry 12 pitchers.

    Dana (023079)

  10. I think the Astros only have 6 or 7 players in their bullpen, total.

    DRJ (15874d)

  11. Plus starters.

    DRJ (15874d)

  12. Captain, sir! Don’t balk: breaking news– CNN reports first charges in Mueller Russia investigation have been filed.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  13. We need a Boom, Astros.

    DRJ (15874d)

  14. No Boom.

    DRJ (15874d)

  15. Manafort, maybe?

    DRJ (15874d)

  16. Quaint baseball square, eh Ted? ‘Astro-turf’ beats a pesky basketball ring.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  17. @15. No word, yet and only CNN has the story confirmed thus far. Speculation is target of indictment will be arrested Monday or Tuesday. Manafort is a logical guess but if it’s Don Jr. or Kushner expect a 12 alarm fire at the WH.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  18. Sports is the last field of endeavor, without a predetermined result.

    narciso (d1f714)

  19. @15. A judge sealed it thus far but it’s sure to be somebody’s ‘Hell Night’ before Halloween.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  20. Yeah, thanks for the reminder, DCSCA. (sarc) Astroturf and the DH rule. And they call it baseball. Why don’t they make the ghost of Charlie O. Finley really happy and rollerskate around the bases?

    nk (dbc370)

  21. Cnn confirming means nothing, its probably a banana.

    narciso (d1f714)

  22. @18. Don’t bet on it – 😉 Revisit ‘Eight Men Out.’

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  23. @21. There’s sure to be a peel in this- no matter how it turns out in court.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  24. Is who’s going to throw the series, and for whom.

    narciso (d1f714)

  25. @20. Nk- Remember Rollie Fingers’ stashe? Ahhhhhh, the ’70s.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  26. Don’t mix serious things with this kabuki on the Potomac.

    narciso (d1f714)

  27. Manafort is as far as it will go. Heck, the runt and the son in law aren’t really worth a damn either.

    urbanleftbehind (847a06)

  28. @24. I don’t /know is on third base. Who’s on first.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  29. Great play by Bellinger. These teams are fun.

    DRJ (15874d)

  30. I’m sure I saw him at Comiskey Park when he was with the Brewers. I was going to Sox games at that time. That’s another thing that “cheesed” me — the Brewers going over to the NL. The Sox-Brewers rivalry was awesome.

    nk (dbc370)

  31. I grew up liking the Cards and the Dodgers, and now I like the Texas teams, too.

    DRJ (15874d)

  32. @29. It’s good baseball. Astros look a tad sharper; LA a bit ‘LAconic’- stros will probably win the Series.

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  33. 30, yeah that series was a drunk fest, helped for most years by the balanced AL schedule from ’77 to ’93. In those days, I got the perfect attendance tickets, usually against the sad sack Mariners or pre-Tom Kelly twins

    urbanleftbehind (847a06)

  34. Dodged a bullet there!

    DRJ (15874d)

  35. My money would be on the indictment being of Flynn, not Manafort.

    shipwreckedcrew (56b591)

  36. That’s probable, he told the truth about Islamic state and the jayvee team, plus certain interests write averse to some policy suggestion re the brotherhoodm

    narciso (d1f714)

  37. And I’m guessing it has to do with his undisclosed representation of Turkey, and his failure to disclose that when he did his paperwork to be National Security Advisor.

    But the timing of this is VERY troubling.

    Chuck Grassley said on a national radio show today that he thinks Mueller ought to recuse himself, and that Rosenstein should play no further role in the Trump-Russia investigation because of their connection to the Clinton/Obama/Russia matters surrounding Uranium One.

    Also, its likely to become public next week the amount Mueller’s investigation has cost during the first six months, and I’m guessing its going to be over $10 million. This is going to draw howls of protest from Trump and Congress. There will be major pressure brought after the disclosure to limit the scope of the investigation, or to put it on a definitive timeline.

    This indictment coming late on a Friday and kept under seal FOR NO GOOD REASON, smacks of trying to create an appearance of momentum to hold off the pressure that is going to build to shut the thing down.

    shipwreckedcrew (56b591)

  38. That the ostensible reason, but just as Libby defense of mark rich, stuck in the craw of the Sony, this is the real reason.

    narciso (d1f714)

  39. I agree, swc 37.

    DRJ (15874d)

  40. Scare bleu:

    mobile.lemonde.fr/societe/article/2017/10/27/une-deuxieme-plainte-pour-viol-deposee-contre-tariq-ramadan_5207056_3224.html?xtref=https://t.co/nWT3VxetzS&xtor=RSS-3208

    narciso (d1f714)

  41. Astros win! Dodgers look tired today but I bet they will be ready tomorrow.

    DRJ (15874d)

  42. I know I mixed chocolate and peanut butter.

    narciso (d1f714)

  43. But the timing of this is VERY troubling.

    Troubling but not surprising in the least.

    The Sunday shows no longer have to talk about the Clinton Campaign and the DNC funding the dossier.

    Multiple reporters have had to backtrack today after claiming the dossier funding started with the IFB.

    This makes all that yesterday’s news.

    harkin (10a18c)

  44. Houston Strong

    mg (31009b)

  45. @41. Jet ‘LAg.’

    DCSCA (797bc0)

  46. Neither of the Rafael Cruz’ walked home with the Bad Cuban of the night award, between Puigs ill-advised try for a double and this: http://screengrabber.deadspin.com/yuli-gurriel-under-fire-for-possible-slant-eye-gesture-1819930542

    That’s sad, Darvish would have needed Secret Service protection in 1980 (Iranian Dad, Japanese mom).

    urbanleftbehind (847a06)

  47. That’s silly we wouldn’t have held it against him, his father came here before the revolution.

    narciso (d1f714)

  48. “That’s sad, Darvish would have needed Secret Service protection in 1980”

    Yes, all those Iranian/Japanese needing protection back then…..it’s like they’ve been erased from history.

    harkin (10a18c)

  49. It was a beautiful fall day in Houston, but the Astros players reportedly requested that Minute Maid Park keep the roof closed, because it was a noisy and enthusiastic crowd. If the Yankees can get a big lead in one of the next two games, that might take the crowd out of it. But I like the Astros’ chances now.

    Beldar (fa637a)

  50. Yes, 47/48, rational people would think nothing of it, but there is always a loose Thug Sox fan or two ready to pounce (and less of a Scalping or Stub hub market to keep them home from a WS game then: http://www.sbnation.com/2010/9/19/1087003/9-19-2002-fans-attack-tom-gamboa

    urbanleftbehind (847a06)

  51. Mueller fires the first blow and captures the narrative, with the republican led committees once again they are steps behind. The moment they had the ok to use the FBI guy they should have sworn him in immediately and had him testify. Now Mueller has regained control. Are these committee leaders stupid, lazy or completely in the pocket of the establishment Chamber of Commerce Clan?

    mg (31009b)

  52. sleazy mitch and mitt romney’s slicked-up-and-ready boytoy paul ryan, they end their workday on thursday and pick it up again on tuesday

    slow walkin’ the agenda til they get a reliably slurpy dollop of harvardtrash back in their poop-stained white house

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  53. Also, its likely to become public next week the amount Mueller’s investigation has cost during the first six months, and I’m guessing its going to be over $10 million. This is going to draw howls of protest from Trump and Congress. There will be major pressure brought after the disclosure to limit the scope of the investigation, or to put it on a definitive timeline.

    Good job regurgitating the tweets.

    Nunes and Rohrabacher soon to be placed in pillories.

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  54. The former top lawyer for the office of the Director of National Intelligence said Thursday that the dossier alleging ties between President Donald Trump’s campaign team and Russia “played absolutely no role” in the intelligence community’s “coordinated intelligence assessment that Russia interfered in the election.”

    http://www.businessinsider.com/robert-litt-says-dossier-played-no-role-in-intel-community-russia-assessment-2017-10

    Fielders Choice…no infield fly rule or designated hitters allowed.

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  55. I know it’s not as important as the Astros being ahead of the Dodgers, but today is the celebration of the first defeat of the Axis powers, and the elimination of the Italian army as a significant force for the remainder of the war, by the Greeks in WWII. Here’s a song making fun of “the Duce”.

    nk (dbc370)

  56. I’ve never been surprised that both Russians and Republicans were engaging in lawfare to expose the underlying circumstances of the dossier’s existence. I’ve just been amazed at how well coordinated that lawfare was. I mean, sure, it didn’t take much to understand that’s where this was going. But did Manafort serve as a go-between here, to make the lawfare more effective?

    And if so, did Priebus tell Mueller about it in his interview?

    https://www.emptywheel.net/2017/10/27/did-manafort-prep-trump-for-the-dossier-lawfare/

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  57. Here’s a song defacated to Trump.

    https://youtu.be/APWhx97QvxE

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  58. right right it’s lyric opera day!

    alexa play george dalaras

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  59. Manafort is as far as it will go. Heck, the runt and the son in law aren’t really worth a damn either.

    The Podesta brothers are said to be the others.

    The Russia thing is going to turn out to be the worst “own goal” in political history.

    Mueller is politician enough to realize his only chance is to go after the real story, not the DNC/Hillary fake one.

    Mike K (b3dd19)

  60. The Russia thing is going to turn out to be the worst “own goal” in political history.

    They didn’t just make a goal for the other team, they spiked the ball and did the End Zone Boogie.

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  61. Huckabeast is the best danged Minister of bald-faced propaganda, EVAH!

    Goebbels would be proud of his Succubus.

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  62. Paul Ryan needs to resign.

    mg (31009b)

  63. Imagine some conservative money will be exiting the Singer Funds in the near future.

    mg (31009b)

  64. That’s Robert nsa sweeper litt, leaving out the pitiful assessment relies on the other dubious client of Perkins and Coies, crowdstrike, who let them root for the better part of a month, you don’t even get a copy of the home game, or a,case of ricearoni.

    narciso (36e55f)

  65. I tell you, this isn’t personal, it’s Qatari business on the part of Wilmer Cutler, that was on the hook, that’s Hamas hasm boko Katiba macina.

    narciso (36e55f)

  66. 59.”Can you say schadenfreude?”

    Nothing to do with Russia, Steele or the dossier (who jumped in and were funded by I’m With Her and the DNC……and the FBI) but OK.

    You really need to read that which you link.

    “The original arrangement between the Free Beacon and Fusion GPS involved opposition research into multiple Republican candidates, not just front-runner Donald Trump.

    Sources close to the Free Beacon stress that the project, when the Free Beacon funded it, had nothing to do with Russia and did not involve Christopher Steele, the former British spy who gathered anti-Trump dirt in Russia. Steele was retained by Fusion GPS when the project was funded by Democrats, and not in its initial phase, when the Free Beacon was involved.”

    harkin (10a18c)

  67. A couple of the Shah of Iran’s sisters and advisors moved here during the revolution. One of the men called himself “Blake Carrington” which was dumb.
    They brought a lot of cash along and bought large mansions and Mercedes. They hired Israelis for security.
    The Iranians spent a ton, but they had a bad habit of haggling the pricing to death and then it was like a crime against Allah to ever pay the final bill. In order to make a profit, you had to wildly inflate the initial price and make sure the final bill was never more than a few hundred.
    If they showed interest in something like 25 foot Italian cypress to line the drive with full sized olives trees in between they ask how much, you double the normal price and then add another thousand or two. “Those go for $7000 each, installed, but for you, $6000″
    I stopped working for them because the haggle was tedious and I could go down the road and work for someone else, make more money and not have to deal with the constant nonsense.
    Those estates have all turned over and I don’t know what happened to the defunct monarchs, but I hope they all passed on peacefully with their children at their side.. or maybe the children were down in the basement fighting over plastic 55 gallon barrels full of $100’s… that is more likely

    steveg (e8c34d)

  68. see teh beenburned flail
    he flails and flails then he fails
    beenburned EPIC FAIL

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  69. Yes, but what of the other banana/Apple category error?

    narciso (36e55f)

  70. This is why the Azeri like the mammamtovs and the Uzbeks set on the side of repression, because mercy earns you nothing but a firing squad or a beheading.

    narciso (36e55f)

  71. You and wrecker keep saying ‘read the link, but you don’t cite your salient point. You have one?

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  72. Paul Singer has disgraced this country.

    mg (31009b)

  73. ACOSTA: I was wondering, why does the president involve himself in the Uranium One investigation? Are you trying to gin up your own Russia investigation to rival the one up on Capitol Hill?

    And where is the president’s evidence that Hillary Clinton colluded with the Russians as he tweeted this morning?

    SANDERS: In terms of the president being involved, I’m not aware of any specific involvement.

    The president has pushed for transparency, if that’s what you’re referring to, when dealing with Congress. I know that’s probably something new for a president to actually push for transparency, but that’s what he’s done.

    And that was the…

    ACOSTA: (Inaudible).

    SANDERS: … purpose of what he was trying to do in that process.

    ACOSTA: How about evidence of collusion that Hillary…

    (CROSSTALK) QUESTION: Sarah, no, the president made a charge that Hillary Clinton colluded with the Russians…

    SANDERS: I think — I think I’ve addressed that pretty thoroughly.

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  74. The irony is if red queen won, seria Cristina Kirschner otrag ves.

    narciso (36e55f)

  75. Re: 74

    IOW:

    https://youtu.be/K8E_zMLCRNg

    harkin (10a18c)

  76. That’s exactly what I’m saying Jiminy..

    You guys are empty suits.

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  77. See how biased automistake is?
    Jim Acosta, snorfle.

    narciso (48ecae)

  78. She hired fusion who hired Steele who subcontracted svr sources to put the best world spin on things.

    narciso (48ecae)

  79. Their bullpen is deep but not unlimited. They called me and said, can you get ready?

    Patricia (5fc097)

  80. Why it matters, from MSNBC’s Ari Melber: “[W]e’re moving away from a political fight, where everyone can see it the way they want, and into … a legal process — where there are rules of evidence, facts are established. … Bob Mueller is known to be a pretty careful prosecutor.”

    Be smart: Matt Miller — former Obama Justice Department official, and close Mueller watcher, emails me: “I think it means this will be a rolling investigation. Rather than conduct his entire investigation and then wrap things up with indictments and possibly a report at the end, he is doing it in stages, the way the Justice Department might attack a drug cartel or a mafia family.”
    https://www.axios.com/mueller-russia-investigation-update-charges-next-steps-2502876192.html

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  81. I remember ari’ s voice over in civil war, where he blamed the avenger for lagos.

    narciso (725779)

  82. So trump’s team didnt take veselnutskata’s presentation, but comey and co apparently boight the diaper dossier, hook line,and sinker, whose the greater fool.

    narciso (725779)

  83. nk

    Who put the last three bullets in Mussolini?

    Three thousand Italian sharpshooters.

    Pinandpuller (584c99)

  84. Ben Benes

    Did you know the original title of War and Peace was War, What Is It Good For?

    Pinandpuller (584c99)

  85. an awan bro or two
    makes for a juicy stew
    add fbi and cia to taste

    mg (31009b)

  86. What color is the infield in your world?

    Pinandpuller (584c99)

  87. The people who told us that the Hillary campaign and the DNC had nothing to do with the Russian dossier now tell us that Hillary knew nothing about the dossier till she read about on Buzzfeed……

    Why would anyone doubt them?

    harkin (10a18c)

  88. Haven’t the foggiest idea.

    narciso (725779)

  89. This banana is a banana and Hillary Clinton and others slipped on it. One of a bunch of bananas.

    Colonel Haiku (d14968)

  90. That was hurtful to honest hillbillies, mg!

    Colonel Haiku (d14968)

  91. Bill was a dirty old man Bush broken tax pledge away from being a permanent hillbilly.

    urbanleftbehind (847a06)

  92. ozark is a show with dishonest hillbillies

    mg (31009b)

  93. corrupt fbi turdboy robert mueller’s a sleazy dishonest hillbilly

    he didn’t even go to harvard

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  94. Daily Caller has a very interesting story about the undisclosed close connections between some of its reporting staff and the folks at Fusion GPS, which are mostly former WSJ reporters.

    It makes reference to a Facebook posting by Glenn Simpson’s wife — Simpson is a former WSJ reporter who was one of the founders of Fusion — that raved about how Simpson was responsible for exposing the ways Putin has control over Trump. You can probably bet that with that kind of language on Facebook, that’s the kind of talk that takes place around their dinner table.

    The article goes over the fact that one of the main CNN correspondents on the Russia investigation and Trump dossier is former WSJ reporter Evan Perez who regularly co-authored articles with Simpson, and that Perez has in his reporting generally credited the dossier as being accurate — while never disclosing his close association with Simpson while at the WSJ.

    The article also pulls photos off Perez’s Facebook page showing him socializing with various folks now at Fusion GPS.

    Their former employer the WSJ, ran an editorial on Oct. 15 that is supposedly very critical of its former employees, but its behind the paywall so I can’t see it.

    shipwreckedcrew (56b591)

  95. first sentence should say “undisclosed connections between CNN and some of its reporting staff, and Fusion GPS.”

    shipwreckedcrew (56b591)

  96. Beldar,

    I think Texas turned a corner today. Good times may be ahead, especially in the coming years.

    DRJ (15874d)

  97. Good times may be here for the Astros. Fingers crossed.

    DRJ (15874d)

  98. so much raw dirty incest all up in the fusion gps

    robert mueller must be over the moon

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  99. These gps folk are the same people that said Sergei Magnitsky wasn’t murdered.

    mg (31009b)

  100. And just for clarification on how the indictment process works and how it should be described — the fact that the “media” has never collectively understood the process enough to be able to describe it accurately through a “style book” entry, should in some ways caution readers against believing everything the media reports.

    I read a couple places yesterday, and heard talking heads on CNN say the “Grand jury would be recommending charges on Monday”. An NBC News report today says it has confirmed that Mueller would be “handing up” an indictment on Monday.

    None of that is an accurate description — whatever is meant by those members of the media making those claims.

    The correct description of the procedure is that the the Prosecutor — whether the US Attorney or DOJ trial attorneys — drafts a proposed indictment that includes all the necessary language for each count, and the factual allegations that support each count. Those facts are drawn from the testimony and evidence that has been presented to the grand jury. This presentation of evidence can happen over the course of many grand jury sessions.

    At various points along the way the prosecutor has probably given the GJ some instruction on the laws with respect to the charges that are being anticipated.

    On indictment day — which the Prosecutor, not the GJ, chooses — the Prosecutor presents the draft indictment for the GJ’s consideration. The GJ do not generally change or add to the proposed indictment. Their role is to consider what the prosecutor is proposing, and then determine whether the evidence presented to them supports the allegations of the proposed indictment. On indictment day the Prosecutor will walk the grand jury through the language of the proposed indictment, having them recall testimony of particular witnesses, reminding them of documents they have seen — maybe even showing them the documents again — and then answering any questions they might have. Once the summary is done, and all questions are answered, the prosecutor leaves the room. The GJ then can discuss the case among themselvees or they can proceed straight to a vote. If after they start talking they have questions, they will invite the prosecutor back to answer their questions.

    Once they have voted, the doors are opened and they tell the prosecutor the result. The GJ Foreperson then calls the Court Clerk, and states they have returned an indictment. At that point the proceedings become open to the public — the doors have to be open, and there must be a route by which members of the public can find their way to the GJ room.

    The judge comes in, calls court into session, and the Foreman reports to the Court its work — if the case is sealed by request of the prosecutor and order of the Court, the Foreperson will simply announce to the Court that it has returned an indictment which is sealed.

    The judge looks over the paperwork, makes sure all the necessary signatures are in place, looks at the voting as recorded by the Foreperson to make sure the vote is sufficient as required by law, and then on behalf of the Court orders that the indictment be filed with the Clerk’s Office, and whether arrest warrants should be issued or “penal summonses” which are sent to the attorneys for the defendant requiring the defendant to appear on a specific date and time for arraignment.

    So the correct way to describe what happened yesterday — to the extent known — is that Mueller and his staff recommended an indictment be returned, but it was the GJ that voted to return the indictment. The Court accepted the indictment for filing under seal. Its likely that arrests warrants were issued — which is overkill — because there really is no other purpose for sealing an indictment unless you are going to arrest someone.

    It may be that they plan to conduct searches on Monday too, so they don’t want whoever is the subject of the indictment to know they are the subject of the indictment and risk that the person might attempt to destroy evidence between now and when the searches are completed.

    But there is nothing that prevents them from doing searches tomorrow. And when an arrest warrant is issued by the date, it doesn’t say “arrest on or after” a specified date.

    In fact, having a warrant issued, and then allowing the person who is subject to that warrant just walk around for 48 or 72 hours until you choose to arrest them, violates DOJ policy. When someone has a warrant, and you (a federal law enforcement officer) knows where they, you have a duty to go get them — the warrant is a Court order to bring the person before the judge. Law enforcement agents aren’t allowed to pick a later date than the date on the warrant when its more convenient to them.

    shipwreckedcrew (56b591)

  101. For those of us who remember the whole Scooter Libby affair, this is very boring.

    Here is the classical attempt to gin up a case on a he-said-she-said or something on the edge of technical that would never have been bothered with if it wasn’t political, but by overcharging and browbeating you might get something out of it.

    Of course the goal is to get the target to plead out and flip and provide information on someone higher up the line, but if they just go through the trial like Scooter Libby (most likely because they don’t have anything to flip on and the deal that’s offered is crap) they won’t come out with much and might get a pardon.

    And then it stops because there’s noplace else to go.

    Merry Fitzmas.

    Ingot (1de9ec)

  102. Those things you say about warrants for arrest may well be true, shipwreckedcrew…

    But not if your goal is to arrange reporters and cameras for an on-film perp walk to be shown on CNN.

    And if you already searched the guy’s house once and made him sit on his lawn in his pajamas while you robbed the place.

    Then you might have an arrest warrant in hand and let it ride for 72 hours until you can position all the cameras.

    Ingot (1de9ec)

  103. Its like amazons latest cunning strategy. Giving access to their deliverymen, your premises, but video camera.

    narciso (899c57)

  104. @ swc: Thanks for the time you invested in writing #106. I knew some of that, but certainly not all of it.

    @ DRJ: From your keyboard to God’s ears. :-)

    Beldar (fa637a)

  105. DRJ, say Longhorns next time, I thought some case was decided or injunction overturned.

    urbanleftbehind (847a06)

  106. Thanks, swc. You’re right that the media is reporting the grand jury has already returned an indictment, so either Mueller has changed things or the media is wrong.

    I’m not sure what you mean, urban. Are you thinking about the Fisher cases that are about UT admissions? Or is it something to do with football?

    Also, congrats to the Dodgers’ fans after an exciting Game 4.

    DRJ (15874d)

  107. You said “Texas may have turned a corner today”. Without thinking twice about the context and not noting the time of posting (2:14pm, cdt) , I assumed it was something NOT not about sports or football more specifically.

    urbanleftbehind (847a06)

  108. Toadies evoking Scooter should remember WHITEWATER and blowjobs devolved to prevarication in ongoing investigation
    ..so what’s good for the Goose….

    Ben burn (b3d5ab)

  109. Ted Cruz: World Series win ‘would be great’ for Texas after Hurricane Harvey

    one supposes he could have said something even more insipid

    happyfeet (28a91b)

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