Concerning the manhunt for the Boston Marathon bomber, I decided not blog about it, as I felt that just about every living person on the planet has seen, heard and read about it. The Boston TV stations have been on it since it this awful event happened. Myself, I can only watch it for so long, and then change the channel to watch something else. Also, am very selective to read online, and in the local newspaper, which is a joke, but that’s story for another time.
I feel bad for the families that lost relatives, and also for the injured, severe and the less severe.
As for the Westboro Baptist Church assholes, the ones that picket certain funerals, want to come to Boston. My advice, stay the fuck away, as you are not wanted.
For the readers of my blog want to read anything about the bombing and manhunt, here is a link (in bold) for The Boston Globe. For the time being, it is free for anyone to peruse. It has all the up to date info, plus videos, photos and slide shows.
Suffolk Superior Court Judge Frances A. McIntyre, has granted a stay that allows Occupy Boston to remain in Dewey Square. She will hand down her final ruling on December 15, whether they can stay, or have to leave.
The devastation of the tornado(s) damage in Alabama and Mississippi, can be seen here provided by The Boston Globe. There are 23 photos, and it is unbelievable the destruction that occurred from the storms.
It will be interesting to see if the NFL gets a stay from the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, in order to keep the players locked out. If not, then the NFL will have to start setting rules concerning free agents, and letting players to see trainers etc., etc.
More nuttiness from Ms Know it All, Sarah Palin said on Fox News, that the campaign in Libya cost $600 million a day, when in fact the cost so far as of today, is a total of $550 million. Just goes to show she has no grasp at what is going on, and just says anything, and lets it fly.
Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R), thanked David Koch for his campaign contribution that he got for the special election last year. Now Brown is seen on video begging David Koch for campaign money for the 2012 US Senate run.
The Globe story has the video link in the very first sentence.
In an editorial in today’s Boston Globe, it states that the NFL should leave the regular season at 16 games, and I agree. If they ever do go to an 18 game slate, when will the Super Bowl be played? The end of February? The Globe is right. Enough is enough.