It ain't normal I tell ya...


Hope your remembered about the clock thing. - and Epstein didn't kill himself.


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Have an Extra Hour this morning? There is an actual ‘Daylight Saving Doughnut’


Clocks will have fallen back last night in 48 U.S. states, but not in Arizona and Hawaii



It’s that time again — daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday, when clocks are turned back one hour. And while most people in the United States get to enjoy an extra hour of sleep, confident their phones will attend to the task of winding back the clock, two states — Arizona and Hawaii — will not “fall back” because they did not “spring forward.”

Juss so ya know - they don't do it in the Virgin Islands, either. (pun not intended).
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Many weather forecasters are calling for a cold and snowy winter in New Jersey and other northern states this year. 

That makes me happy. I live in Florida so of course I have plastic pink flamingos in my yard. THAT makes me happy too.

You should have some of your own. Get them here: 


BUY 'EM BY THE DOZEN!
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Guy writes a book and says that: 

Tiger Woods is a narcissistic cheapskate who’d ‘look right through you’



Sports Illustrated writer John Garrity first met Tiger Woods when the golfer was just 16. At the time, the athlete had been playing a practice round at the 1992 LA Open and was excited about going for pizza and getting a new puppy. Fifteen years later, Garrity was shocked by the person Woods had become, writes Curt Sampson in his book “Roaring Back: The Rise and Fall of Tiger Woods” (Diversion Books), out now.
“A pathological narcissist,” Garrity tells the author. “All of his human relationships were transactional. If you couldn’t help him achieve his goals, he had no use for you. He’d walk past and look right through you.”A golf professional turned golf writer, Sampson is also the author of best-selling books on golfer Ben Hogan and The Masters. In “Roaring Back,” his 18th book, he charts the 'demise' of Woods, beginning in 2009 as details of his multiple marital infidelities emerged, until his astonishing comeback at the Masters in April.
Early in his career, Sampson explains, Woods had gained a reputation as a cheapskate and a bad tipper. When he was an amateur, Woods and his father, the late Earl Woods, would travel from tournament to tournament, often staying at the houses of members of whichever golf club they were playing at rather than having to pay their way.
Why is it so important for people to tear down other, much more famous people? I don't get it.
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Wear this when you get desperate: 



Click the pic for more info
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Chapman is staying where he belongs - in Pinstripes.

New York Yankees closer Aroldis Chapman opted for a contract extension instead of free agency, agreeing Saturday to a deal that will keep him with the Yankees through the 2022 season, sources told ESPN.

Chapman, 31, could have opted out of the final two years of his contract with the Yankees and become a free agent this winter. Instead, the Yankees agreed to add another year for $18 million to the end of the next two years, which were due to pay him $30 million.

This makes me VERY happy.
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Great takedown.
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Berkshire Hathaway's cash pile soars to $128 billion with Warren Buffett yet to make big acquisition this week. 


That's just frightening that one company has THAT much cash on hand.
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Apple Watch Saves New Jersey Man And Date After They 'Fell Off Cliff'

 A New Jersey man claims his Apple Watch proved to be a life-saver after he and his date 'fell off a cliff'. James Prudenciano and his date, Paige Paruso, were lost in the woods in North Jersey after falling over some thorns onto a steep cliff. To get to level ground, they sat down and slid down the Prudenciano’s Apple Watch detected a hard fall and called 911, starting the rescue process.







“I was screaming that I was going to die. Because I really felt I was going to die, there was no way out of this. I literally said my last goodbyes,” Prudenciano said. Both Prudenciano and Paruso were rescued by a boat and taken to a pier.



Both are recovering from their injuries. Prudenciano has three fractures in his back.cliff before eventually tumbling onto rocks near a river. 

Guy must be a complete frikkin' tool.
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3 comments:

  1. Been lurking on your site a couple of times a month....like the content. In regards to Tiger Woods and your question....why does a person/writer have to "tear down other people..." Here's my take on it all....all people operate with an intrinsic inner being. A being that needs the physical and the spiritual. Now, (bear with me) when folks give up or push away a religious faith; they have to fill that inner void with something.....that's why we have some folks with a slavish love/adoration with actors, musicians, even politicians.
    The writer of that article was a former golfer, and I'm wondering if at some time he was being lauded with all that love/adoration. And he could have seen how hollow that stuff is. Or maybe he understands those actors, musicians, even politicians can suck the energy out of folks, in their quest for greatness.
    You ask a very poignant question. I just don't think it can be answered without delving into the murky depths of human psyche.
    Steve

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  2. Oh and you're correct...Epstein didn't kill himself...but then you would have to traipse through shillary's mind in order to find the motive...and that could be a trip you may not return from!

    Steve

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