Plague Diary, Days 25 and 26

Bernie ended his campaign. I am sad. Turns out his team and I made the same incorrect assumption: that his success in the midwest during the 2016 primaries suggested some innate connection to the working class in those states and wasn’t just a result of how much those people inexplicably despise Hillary Clinton. Joe Biden’sContinue reading “Plague Diary, Days 25 and 26”

Plague Diary, Day 16

The local sports talk radio guys were talking about potential plans to reopen the major professional sports leagues in neutral site locations where the players are essentially quarantined from the rest of the world. This made me think two things: Wrestling is already doing this. Wrestling has proven it’s hard to do this without beingContinue reading “Plague Diary, Day 16”