End of the Week
So, we’re sitting at the table of a good restaurant and I’m having a great conversation with our server over the great coffee they serve there.
And at the end of our meal, two ladies come over.
One turns to me and pops out with: “We tried the coffee because we heard how you were going on about it. It was great.
But we were both happier though because you turned down a dessert and neither of us needed one.”
She smiled and they moved on.
You never know what you are going to hear.
Yet that meal was only part of a great week just past.
Not so much for liberals, though.
First, The WHO (World Health Organization) just came out against locking down countries to combat the Wuhan Virus—after previously saying they should be careful how quickly they reopen.
WHO envoy Dr. David Nabarro said such draconian measures should only be treated as a last resort.
“We in the World Health Organization do not advocate lockdowns as the primary means of control of this virus,” Nabarro said.
Next, news that the NBA is tanking, due to it’s pro-Communist China and Marxist leanings with the Black Lives Matter movement. Game three of the finals had the lowest viewership yet. It had a viewership of 4.3 million, after game two at 4.5 million, and game one at 7.4 million.
“A ship doesn’t sink for one reason, but undoubtedly, politics sit atop the historical tank,” OutKick reported when detailing the stats from Game 2 over the weekend.
“After nearly two decades of reinventing the NBA discussion, LeBron (one of the most vocal advocates of the Black Lives Matter movement) is now a detriment to
the league’s brand,” adding:
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Bryan Golden ROBERT HALL (cont.) “The NBA’s new selfinflicted
identity is written in ink. Millions of turnedoff Americans associate the NBA with radical politics catered to only a minimal number of sports fans.”
Then, the Amy Coney Barrett confirmation.
In her appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, Barrett was pressed by Senator Amy Klobuchar— failed presidential candidate— over Barrett’s definition of a “super-precedent” — the notion that a judicial case doctrine has been established to such a degree that being overruled and repealed is virtually inconceivable.
Which elicited this from Barrett: “The way they're defined in scholarship,” Barrett said, are 'cases that are so well settled that no political actors and no people seriously push for their
in the confirmation hearing, she said, 'which I think indicates that
doesn't fall in that category.'
She just ‘woman-splained’ precedent to Klobuchar, a lawyer?
I mean, that’s like explaining to a medical intern what a pulse is!
Talk about a smack-down.
I bet that left a bruise.
“ Who- o- o doesn’t get it?”
A Leftist doesn’t get it.
Then, another mask-update efficiency study from the CDC, as reported by Daniel Horowitz on The Blaze, among other sites: “A survey conducted by over a dozen medical institutions for the CDC and published in Sept. 11’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report showed that 85% of those who contracted COVID-19 during July among the study group either “always” or “often” wore face coverings within the 14 days before they were infected. More than 70% of those outpatient individuals who tested positive reported always wearing masks. Just 3.9% reported never wearing a mask.”
So, does that mean that you would have a far-far less chance of getting the Wuhan if you don’t wear a mask?
Finally, the icing on the cake.
Can’t go a week without the inevitable gaffemachine quotes from the mumbly-bumbly Dementia Joe.
Here are the latest lowlights from his last event.
But, I think it should summarized by President Trump, who in his last campaign stop encapsulated it best: “Sleepy Joe Biden had a particularly bad day today.
He couldn’t remember the name of Mitt Romney, said again he was running for the U.S. Senate, and forgot what State he was in. If I did any of this, it would be disqualifying. With him, he’s just Sleepy Joe!'
So, this week?
Yep, yep, yep.
Robert L. Hall is a resident of Marion and has a Bachelor’s Degree in music from the University of Memphis and a Master’s Degree from Florida State University. He is the pianist for Avondale Baptist Church and a writer of fiction on Amazon eBooks.