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Stephen A. Smith discusses when he left ESPN and his support for the WGA

I know this isn't the typical political news that is posted here. But I am posting this on the chance that there are WGA members of this site because I think this is good advice.

Monty Python - Prison Scene

A little blasphemy to close out easter.

Monty Python - Always Look on the Bright Side of Life

And what would today be without a little blasphemy.

Mel Brookes History of the World - Last Supper

Happy Easter to all who celebrate.

ELECTION DAY! Gangs of New York

Remember to vote if you live in Chicago.

Caitlin Clark and Iowa topple South Carolina, join LSU in title game

The unstoppable force that is Iowa’s Caitlin Clark ran into the immovable object that is South Carolina’s defense. After 39 minutes and 46.5 seconds, a prolific Clark — who had dazzled from distance — netted a simple pair of free throws to cast away the juggernaut that is South Carolina and clear Iowa’s path to the national championship game against LSU. Clark scored 41 points and lifted the Hawkeyes to a 77-73 Final Four win over the previously undefeated Gamecocks.


This is a huge upset. People thought South Carolina would roll over the field into the championship.

Caitlin Clark is a baller.

Happy opening day

Of course more people are familiar with this versions of the song

Purdue Falls to No. 16 Seed Fairleigh Dickinson

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Fairleigh Dickinson, a No. 16 seed in the N.C.A.A. tournament, defeated top-seeded Purdue on Friday, 63-58, in the most shocking upset in men’s college basketball in half a decade.

The win was just the second time a No. 16 seed had defeated a No. 1, after the University of Maryland, Baltimore County beat Virginia five years ago in a 20-point rout.

F.D.U., located in Teaneck, N.J., just across the Hudson River from Upper Manhattan, had never advanced to the second round of the tournament before Friday. It had to defeat Texas Southern on Wednesday in a play-in game just for the right to play Purdue, the Big Ten champion led by the 7-foot-4 center Zach Edey.

Purdue struggled in virtually every aspect of the game. It shot poorly, especially from 3-point range.


History in the making

ELECTION DAY! Gangs of New York

If you live in Chicago go vote.

And yes, I get the irony of using gangs of NY for a Chicago election. But given the machines that run Chicago, it's probably not too far from the truth.

ELECTION DAY! Gangs of New York

If you live in Chicago go vote.

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