Day: December 23, 2020
President Trump spent part of Wednesday issuing a wave of pardons and commutations for 29 people who will be having a much better holiday season than they… Read more »
Apple Crisp. One Money Expert Thinks Apple Venturing Into The Car Game Will Only Make The Stock Hotter.
Apple is king of technology, but how should shareholders view the company’s possible jump into cars? CNBC’s Jim Cramer views it as icing on the apple pie…. Read more »
Out Of This World! Photo From A Camera Attached To A Telescope Gives Spectacular View Of The “Great Conjunction.”
Many people had their eyes on the sky on Monday night to witness the “Great Conjunction” of Jupiter and Saturn. For those who missed it, an amateur… Read more »
Any look back at 2020 worth its salt will undoubtedly include the Netflix phenomenon “Tiger King,” a documentary series that featured a bona fide loony tune named… Read more »
The San Diego Chargers football team tried to tell its city for years that “The Murph” was far past its prime. Now, the city’s venerable stadium will… Read more »
Carrie, Miranda, Samantha and Charlotte might be dressing to the nines to get checks with lots of zeroes on the end again. A “Sex and the City”… Read more »
The number of places to grab a bite or pretty much anything else in the Big Apple is becoming smaller by the day, as lockdowns continue to… Read more »
Just last week, the director of the 1988 cult classic “Die Hard” publicly stated that he felt his movie was technically considered a Christmas movie, ending years… Read more »
In the wake of a far-less-than-super Saturday in stores, postal employees are feeling the increasing crush of the Christmas delivery season. The prevailing theme of behavior during… Read more »
Common Sense Can Be Hazardous To Your Career In California: Doctor Fired For Questioning Gavin Newsom’s Lockdown Measures.
Things are getting a little nutty in California. Dr. Michael DeBoisblanc is, or I should say was, the trauma medical director for John Muir Health in Contra… Read more »
The NBA Avoided Bubble Trouble In 2020. Amazingly, The League Suffered Just A 10% Decline In Revenue And Had 0 Positive COVID Tests In Their Bubble.
The NBA lifted the uncertain curtain on a COVID-delayed tip to its 2020-’21 season Tuesday night with a pair of nationally televised games, facing revenue shortfalls and… Read more »