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            Friday, September 25, 2015

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My dad loved George Blanda, the quarterback/placekicker who retired at 48 years in 1977.   Pop said he made everyone his age feel like they could still put on the spikes and kick-ass. That's how I feel about Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. Watch  Netflix's   "Keith Richards: Under the Influence." It's not what you think; and he looks like a young man again.  Like me.  Yeah Baby! Yeah!

Also, son Yannik dropped by the other day and watched some "A Person of Interest" with us.  Asked  if I'd seen "Narcos."  No.  You'll love it Its a series about the Meddelien drug cartel.  HFS!  Certainly one of the top 5 series I've ever watched.  I'm currently immersed.

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"The MSM Rule of Inverse Electoral Correlation:
The closer the presidential race gets, the louder the MSM declares that it’s over. And all this comes even as Clinton has had a terrible week—arguably her worst week ever, as the billowing smoke of financial scandal clouds herself and her family."

Is that Person of Interest, the TV show? It's one of my favorites.
I like watching Person of Interest, but it strikes me as sort of a live-action cartoon. "Mr. Reese" is certainly a human dreadnaught.
When I hear the name Mr. Reese, I think of Pee Wee Reese, an icon of a previous age.
When I hear Reese I think of peanut butter and chocolate. Mmmmmmmmmmmm.
Pee Wee Reese Witherspoon?
super! Keith and Narcos at Netflix via the roku 3. Thanks!!
Just started watching a new show on TNT, Pubic Morals. 1960's NYPD Irish cops and Irish Families (mob). Good cast like Crime Story had with my man Dennis Farina, RIP. Public Morals has Edward Burns, Brian Dennehy, and a full cast of familiar character actors. Mob stories (for me) are a modern day cowboys (cops) and Indians (criminals). The show doesn't use the Hollywood standard 60's sound track that is so predictable it's boring. So far we like it, but that's our taste.
So, is it "pubic" or "public"?

Meanwhile, re Reese (Pee Wee), for you youngsters: The man not only led the Brooklyn Dodgers to the World Championship in 1955 but, earlier, helped Jackie Robinson break the color barrier.
Right, Stu. A very popular Brooklyn player. He and Pete Reiser got draft notices for WW2 at the same time. They had a double wedding ceremony at Ebbets Field before leaving.

Pee Wee was not a short man. His nickname came from the pee-wee marbles game he played as a kid. He's a legit Hall of Famer.
Hmmm…a double wedding ceremony…Perhaps, in this "modern" age, we should point out that, back then, a double wedding ceremony meant that two couples were wed at the same time, each couple consisting of a man and a woman!
If it were two men getting married, it would have been a single wedding ceremony.

Reiser was a star outfielder, who had just one fault. He was a great fielder, fast, and aggressive. And several times he crashed into the outfield wall when fielding the ball. He had several concussions, which shortened his career considerably. In one season, I think 1947, he stole home eight times.
Yeah stu tarlowe, good one! Public. Not to be confused with pubic or publick.
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