Wednesday, November 25, 2020

Wednesday’s video: Happy thanksgiving


No wonder so many in Oregon want out....

We learned that two Oregon counties want out of Oregon.  They want to join Idaho and hang around with people that they can relate to, not public officials who let Portland get trashed every night.

Governor Kate Brown of Oregon is now asking her citizens to snitch on their neighbors if they are spied violating her arbitrary COVID social distancing rules.  
I remember that from Cuba when neighbors were told to spy on neighbors to see if they were buying food in the underground economy.  The regime had issued "ration cards" and it was illegal to buy anything above and beyond the state's weekly supply.  So people went underground and made deals with farmers who sneaked food into the cities after midnight.  As you can imagine, the state rations were inadequate. I remember one night my parents and friends literally splitting all of the meat and vegetables on the dinner table.
Governor Brown is now tougher on people celebrating a family tradition than she was on the terrorists who rioted for more than 100 nights in Portland, as we see in this post:  
Under her Oregon mandate, you can have no more than six people in one home to celebrate Thanksgiving and they cannot represent more than two households. In other words, you'll be forced to choose between aunts, grandparents and nephews. Who will you invite? You'd better decide now.
Wonder if Gov. Brown issued an executive order telling the terrorists that they only terrorize in groups of six?  Or only with terrorists who share the same household?   Or did the governor criticize those who celebrated the Biden victory?
This is madness, and I don't think people will follow these stupid rules.
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Happy # 69 Bucky Dent

Russell Earl O'Dey was born in Florida on this day in 1951.   He ended up as Bucky Dent.

In 1973, Dent broke with the Chicago White Sox.   He hit .260 over 4 seasons as Chicago's shortstop.

From 1977 to '82, he was with the Yankees and that's where he hit one of the most famous HR's in New York-Boston history.    It happened in the 1-game 1978 playoff to determine the AL East champion.

Overall, he played 12 seasons and hit .247.    However, it was that swing at Fenway Park that made him a big hero for the Yankees and forever hated in Boston.

Bucky Dent was a part of the 1978 New York Yankees, one of the most amazing championship teams ever.

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