A: The Star Tribune’s Ben Goessling reported this month the Vikings don’t think defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd will be able to resume his playing career. Floyd, on the non football injury list with a contract that can expire in March, has not been seen around Winter Park by reporters since this summer, when he was continuing to push through rehab from nerve damage suffered during knee surgery in September 2016. Floyd said this spring he still was unable to run.
Bruce Levine’s explanation of how Rand has captured the minds of so many is a must read. “While Harriet Beecher Stowe shamed Americans about the United State’s dehumanization of African Americans and slavery, Ayn Rand removed Americans’ guilt for being selfish and uncaring about anyone except themselves. Not only did Rand make it ‘moral’ for the wealthy not to pay their fair share of taxes, she ‘liberated’ millions of other Americans from caring about the suffering of others, even the suffering of their own children.”.
Hugely controversial call at the end of the seahawks/packer game monday night. The fury over it could help end the referee lockout. This morning, we’re learning more about the stand in refs who made that call. ‘Anytime you receive a coach of the year award, it’s not about you, it’s about the team and the organization,’ says Kelly, a New Hampshire native. ‘I’ll share the trophy with six of our players here and with our guys, who I love and respect and who gave everything to our football program and represented our university the way they should on and off the field. This is their award.’.
Dubzinski of Los Angeles, CA, Kathleen A. Jasinski and Peter J. Jasinski, both of Templeton. Bauman is a longtime party insider chair of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party since 2000, vice chair of the state party since 2009 and senior adviser to the speaker of the state Assembly, Anthony Rendon. He also runs a political consulting firm, VictoryLand Partners. This became a major issue in the race for state chair when it emerged that VictoryLand had received more than $100,000 from pharmaceutical companies that opposed a ballot measure designed to cap prescription drug prices in California.
P: Jack Eagan, sr., Wautoma; Alex Schulte, sr. La Crosse Aquinas. C: Keegan Johnston, sr., Westfield. Or, if none of that does anything to change your mind about California, please also keep in mind that Orange County is racist as fuck. So much so that there are “Top 5” lists online about which city in that area is the most racist. I don’t mean that in the “rich people treating their Guatemalan housekeeper shitty” kind of way, although I’m sure there’s plenty of that as well.