Quitting Time Booster Shot

Welcome to the QTBS, where things always run the risk of jumping up a notch…

– First a h/t to Perry in the “imperfect masterpiece” comments re: the drafting of players. All players were technically undrafted free agents prior to 1966. In saying “draft” I was really referring to a signing as opposed to a free agent in today’s terms (guys who leave their teams for 70 billion dollars elsewhere (**cough** C.C. Sabathia **cough**). I probably should have said “signed,” which is more accurate and so thanks for the catch…

– OK, so if I sold my house, my cars, my kidneys…does that add up to $300 mil?

– Take it from a guy who was once caught by The Missus using a tree saw to cut a coupling off of his toilet tank while hunching over a bathtub: The NYT is right.It’s not cool to cheap out on home repair if you don’t know what you’re doing.

– Apparently, being mean to a legislator who is on trial for tax evasion and lying about it by showing A PICTURE of him in handcuffs meritsa hearing to see if we can abridge the First Amendment. The fact there is a judge on Earth willing to hear this motion makes me want to scream. What next? We can’t show photos of him from the ‘70s because he was intoNehru jackets, poly-blend suits andwhile leather shoes and that might make him look bad?

Somebody kill me please…

… I’m on my knees, pretty pretty please…

… kill me… I want to die…

… put a bullet in my heaaaaaaaaaaaad…

– From the“Oh you think so, Doctor?” File: Fordham’s law school turns the tables on Justice Antontin “Privacy is so silly” Scalia.

– In the interest of simplicity, couldn’t we just edit this headline down to three words and apply it to everything?

– And finally, from the “I couldn’t make headline any funnier if I tried” Department…

Thanks for letting me share your air. Be back next week.

Doc

2 thoughts on “Quitting Time Booster Shot

  1. pansypoo says:

    does hef have to move?

  2. soullite says:

    I don’t know, it’s hard not to see the way the media pronounces people guilty long before a trial and not think that something has to be done about it.
    I personally think getting a fair trial is more important than protecting free speech. The resulting individual harm is far greater when we neglect the former, and rights were laid down to protect individuals. They were not put in place to protect ‘society’ or anything like that.

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