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Interesting story about Tom Hanks

He was homeless as a child at a few points.

He sold peanuts popcorn and crackerjacks at Oakland A's games. At the same time in the clubhouse, owner Charlie Finley had a young spy. He'd talk to players and try to infiltrate Finley's ideas into them. The players were onto it. It was MC Hammer. Stanley Kirk Burrell.

Trump "a temporary moment in time" is begging for a political ad

Just saying.

****Oval Office Address thread*****

Relax everyone. JARED is advising on the CoronaVirus

Trump Waiting on Public Health Expert Jared Kushner Before Deciding on Coronavirus Emergency: Report

Amidst bringing peace to the Middle East, guiding the construction of the border wall, and ending America’s ongoing opioid crisis, Jared Kushner is now facing yet another task that should be delegated to an entire government agency, rather than to the president’s son-in-law. According to Politico, President Trump is delaying his decision on whether or not to declare a national emergency to combat the spread of coronavirus on the expert public-health opinion of fellow real-estate developer and fortunate son Jared Kushner. According to administration sources who spoke with Politico, Trump is holding off on a national emergency decision until Kushner “finishes his research and comes to a conclusion himself.”


NCAA March Madness - No Fans at "First Four" in Dayton Ohio

The First Four NCAA Tournament games slated for Dayton, Ohio will be played without fans in attendance, and the tournament game scheduled for Cleveland will likely be affected as well. This comes after Ohio governor Mike DeWine announced that mass gatherings will be prohibited in the state.


NBA - no fans at Warriors games for foreseeable future

Warriors to play home games without fans following San Francisco order

The Golden State Warriors are planning to play home games without fans for the foreseeable future in observance of the San Francisco Health Office's order prohibiting events of 1,000 people or more from assembling, a source told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski on Wednesday.

The Warriors host the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday then go on a two-week road trip before starting a four-game homestand March 25.


NIH director recommends NBA close out fans from games

The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told a congressional committee Wednesday that he would recommend the NBA not allow fans at games in response to the coronavirus.

That answer by Dr. Anthony Fauci came hours before NBA owners are scheduled to meet to discuss the next steps in responding to the growing concern about the virus.

Fauci was responding to a question from Rep. Glenn Grothman, a Wisconsin Republican, during a meeting of the House Oversight Committee.


For those who missed CNN's goof last night

Let's not forget The Women's March

I didn't see it coming. There was some chatter* here on DU about it.

What I watched that day gave me hope but it was a big eye opener. It was massive. Unprecedented.

What we've seen since then has been a networking of women, the DNC tapping** great candidates, and a flood of volunteers in specific races.

I'm hearing "Suburbs" a lot related to Biden. This, to me, is a result and a ROARING🙌 of The Women's March.

* sorry

🙌 I "Jazz hand"ed that. YES!

3M's tonight M ✅ M ✅ M ❓

Mississippi Biden
Missouri Biden
Michigan....... 👀

If he gets the upside down M (Washington) he gets the W

Berea College (Ky) cancels spring semester- students out after Friday

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Berea College has canceled the spring semester and is forcing all students to move out of residence halls in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, President Lyle Roelofs announced Tuesday.

In a news release posted just after noon Tuesday, Roelofs said "it will not be possible to adequately assure student and employee safety in the circumstance of a case of COVID-19 occurring on campus."

Classes will end Friday, March 13. While some schools are moving instruction online, Berea is choosing not to do that because most students who leave campus will no longer have internet access.

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