I love baseball. I have since I was a little boy. One of my earliest memories is of watching Don Larsen throw a perfect game in the 1956 World Series. I was too young to have appreciated the feat but I knew something very special had happened. I am writing this on Sunday morning and my motivation is some things that happened in relation to Major League Baseball (MLB) over the past few days. They tie into policy and politics as I will outline below. Oh, and I’ll throw in a few other tidbits.
There are advantages and disadvantages to being your own boss. I have complete discretion over what I write and when I write it. I can be a cruel taskmaster at times but that was not the case yesterday morning. Let’s explore. Continue reading Larry’s Choice
Baseball has been my favorite sport from as far back as I can remember. In fact one of my earliest memories (admittedly somewhat foggy) was watching Don Larsen pitch his perfect game in the 1956 World Series on a black and white TV. It’s a sunny and hot Monday morning in Wake Forest, North Carolina as I pen this article and I’m also basking in the glow of my Tampa Bay Rays being in first place in the American League East (albeit part of a three way tie) with a record of 2-1. Major league baseball is back for the moment; that’s the good news. Unfortunately there is also bad news. Let’s explore. Continue reading When The Best And The Worst Intersect
Over this weekend another appalling remark came from President Trump which really angered me. After a bit of analysis I have concluded that it simply fit his long established pattern of behavior. With that in mind, let’s explore. Continue reading My President Has Always Overrated Himself