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Damn, that was an impressive New York Yankees versus Minnesota Twins game in Major League Baseball last night, I don't care WHAT the New York Slimes has to say about it! See what I did there? I just dissed the mainstream media for taking an unwarranted diss on the Bronx Bombers. There are people who make a life, and attempt to make a livelihood, out of taking a dump on the mainstream media. This would be the Republic of Ka-Ka-Stain. On that note, let's take a quick quiz, shall we? I am going to give excerpts from a passage, and... Continue reading
Posted 9 hours ago at The Sky Suspended
Interesting Detroit Lions versus New Jersey Giants game in the National Football League on Monday Night Football last night, including some very impressive work by the Lions. Giants were so minging that even an attention whore like diBlasio might initiate court proceedings to have them remove the "New York" from their official name since they actually play in New Jersey. The only New York team in the NFL is the Buffalo Bills.) Nice stories out of Major League Baseball as well. Aaron Judge hit his 44th home run in the New York Yankees game against the Minnesota Twins, and Giancarlo... Continue reading
Posted yesterday at The Sky Suspended
Last night, I was watching the Los Angeles Dodgers versus Washington Nationals game in Major League Baseball concomitantly--and thus intermittently--with the Green Bay Packers versus Atlanta Falcons game in the National Football League. At the end of one inning, I switched from Dodgers-Nationals to Packers-Falcons. At the time I switched, it was Dodgers 1, Nationals 0. When I switched back after some very interesting Falcons defence, wham-o, bam-o! It was Dodgers 1, Nationals 3, soon to be Dodgers 1, Nationals 4. Washington won the game 7-1. Sudden vast reversals of fortune in a baseball game are not standard-issue, although they... Continue reading
Posted 2 days ago at The Sky Suspended
I should be drowning my misery at the Montréal Alouettes' loss to the Ottawa Redblacks in the Canadian Football League. I should be celebrating today's awesome performances by the Renault team drivers, McLaren's driver Stoffel Vandoorne, Williams' driver Lance Stroll and Force India's Sergio "Checo" Perez and Esteban Ocon, as well as Lewis Hamilton's "FUCK YOU, MILLENNIAL WOES!" victory today in the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix. I should be looking forward to the Los Angeles Dodgers taking on the Washington Nationals in Major League Baseball, and to the Green Bay Packers taking on the Atlanta Falcons tonight in the... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at The Sky Suspended
Today was one helluva Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix! Outstanding performances by the Renault team drivers Nico Hulkenberg and Jolyon Palmer (which must have fucking Renault bitching that they dumped Jolyon for Toro Rosso's current driver Carlos Sainz Jr.) Superb duels between Jolyon and McLaren driver Stoffel Vandoorne and Williams driver Lance Stroll, all three of them ending up in the points! Another superb duel between McLaren alumni and current Force India driver Sergio "Checo" Perez and Sainz Jr. Yet a third superb, threeway, this time, duel, between Haas driver Kevin Magnussen, Force India driver Esteban Ocon and Williams driver... Continue reading
Posted 3 days ago at The Sky Suspended
Last night in Major League Baseball, the Cleveland Indians' run of successive games won came to an end at the hands of the Kansas City Royals. This supports what I said in this entry regarding the folly of streaks. Long story short, "winning streaks," be they in sports or gambling, are what neuroscientist Doctor Daniel J. Levitin refers to as "gambler's logic." "Gambler's logic" is no logic at all since, although their outcomes may result in elimination of a team or player, each play in a sports game, each roll of the dice and each hand of poker is a... Continue reading
Posted 4 days ago at The Sky Suspended
There were some interesting games last night between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Minnesota Twins in Major League Baseball and between the Cincinnati Bengals and the Houston Texans in the National Football League. Unfortunately, both games were marred by what is referred to in the National Basketball Association as a "Call Secaucus" moment. A "Call Secaucus" moment is when there is a disputed play that none of the umpires (that would be "referees" to thems of you whose worldviews are expressed in terms of metres, kilometres and Celsius as opposed to yards, miles and Fahrenheit) witnessed, necessitating them doing... Continue reading
Posted 5 days ago at The Sky Suspended
So, yesterday in Major League Baseball, the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the San Francisco Giants. This was epic for me for a couple of reasons. One, both the Dodgers and the Giants were New York baseball teams before some highway bandit absconded off to California with them. For another thing, since their forced transplantation, the Dodgers and the Giants have been engaged in an epic rivalry. What was NOT epic for me was all the commentators and sportswriters blabbing on and on and fucking ON about how this Dodgers victory meant the "end of their losing STREAK." Earlier this season,... Continue reading
Posted 7 days ago at The Sky Suspended
I am in a so-so mood. On the one hand, it was a nice, tightly contested, Cleveland Indians game against the Baltimore Orioles on last night's Sunday Night Baseball on ESPN. Unfortunately, the commentators kept talking about "streaks," or what neuroscientist Dr. Daniel J. Levitin calls "gambler's logic" (which is no logic at all.) Each Major League Baseball game, and each pitch, swing and hit therein is a discreet entity, just as is each roll of the dice and each hand of poker. There was also the fact that, at the same time in the National Football League, the Dallas... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
I am in a relatively benign mood. I am physically doing better now than I have been in recent days. Morale-wise, the Detroit Tigers beat the Toronto Blow Jobs in Major League Baseball 5-4 (anyone defeating the TBJs always makes me smile), and there is also the amazing statistical oddity (which is the technical scientific and mathematical term for "a miracle") that was Canadian Doctor Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and the Kansas City Chiefs whipping the smugness off the mugs of the insufferable New England Patriots, forty-fucking-two to twenty-fucking-seven, in the National Football League season opener last Thursday. Doctor Duvernay-Tardif is both... Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
I am in a relatively benign mood. Yesterday, the Bronx Bombers (that would be the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball for thems of you who see the world in terms of kilometres and Celsius) defeated the Boston Red Sox 9-2. Admittedly, this is something that leaves me with mixed emotions. I love the Bronx Bombers since they, like the New York Mets, are a New York team like the Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants were before some highway bandit absconded with them. On the other hand, I also admire the Boston Red Sox, particularly relief pitcher... Continue reading
Posted Sep 4, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Today's Formula 1 Grand Prix at Monza, in Italy, was simply amazing! I was particularly impressed by how Williams driver Lance Stroll and Force India driver Esteban Ocon dueled it out to the very end, fending off many takers and coming back quite nicely from being overtaken at the start. I was also glad to see Sergio Perez also score points for Force India. It was sad to see Stoffel Vandoorne of McLaren DNF. As for the prima donna, he lived up to reputation, whinging on the radio, live for all the world to hear, blaming Jolyon Palmer of Renault... Continue reading
Posted Sep 3, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
I am a great admirer of Wooly Bumblebee, a superb artist in her own right who also honchoes Anti-Intellectuals. One of the reasons for that is that Wooly, despite being chronologically young (in that she most likely remembers neither the 1977 Blackout/Son of Sam riots I wrote about in my previous entry, nor the glory days of Gary Carter and Ellis Valentine of the Montréal Expos, before that lowlife weasel Jeff Loria absconded with the Expos to Washington D.C. and reflagged them as "the Nationals," who now count among their ranks that violent perp Bryce Harper), she is like Pat... Continue reading
Posted Aug 31, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Most likely, I will never be as much of a fan of the National Football League (American football, as opposed to soccer/footy) as I am of The Famous, of Formula 1, of Major League Baseball and of the National Basketball Association. For one thing, as with hockey, NFL/American football offends my sense of aerodynamic propriety by having players loaded down the extra weight of helmets and pads. Yes, it is true that baseball batters and catchers and Formula 1 drivers also wear helmets, but that is the only extra weight they add on. (Yes, too many baseball players wear bling--the... Continue reading
Posted Aug 30, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Today's Formula 1 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa was minging. No points for McLaren, bad crash between the two Force India cars. However, today is still a good day First, the Famous defeated Ross City 3-1. This beautiful news comes fresh on the heels of Floyd Mayweather beating Conor McGregor last night, which is where the fun for decent people the world over starts. You see, one of the people who is weeping today that Mayweather whupped McGregor is none other than Davis Aurini, Millennial Woes, Kraut&Lies, Andy Warski, Sargon--and general Republic of Ka-Ka-Stain icon--Richard Spencer. Spencer, you see, has... Continue reading
Posted Aug 27, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
I am most emphatically NOT a fan of Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, pardoned yesterday by the current tenant at 1600 Pennsylvania for the crime of "criminal contempt of court." He arrested Taryn Thomas, an abstract artist who I greatly admire, for what I understand to be "rendering professional services." This shows that Maricopa County is basically Larry the Cable Guy country where nothing much happens by way of actual crime. Vancouver, British Columbia by contrast, you see, has a severe opioid crisis, much in the manner of Vermont and Upstate New York (although, given the demographics of Vermont... Continue reading
Posted Aug 26, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
I am not in a particularly good mood, despite the fact that the Tampa Bay Rays defeated the Toronto Blow Jobs 2-0 yesterday. One of the things that contributes to my current mood is the absolutely nauseating, ENTIRELY unprofessional display of thuggery yesterday between the New York Yankees and the Detroit Tigers. Readers will note that, as of late, my mood is somewhat correlated with goings on in Major League Baseball. There is a logical explanation for this. Baseball (as well as Formula 1) offers an escape from from the depressing non-ESPN news of the day, whose extreme sadness is... Continue reading
Posted Aug 25, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
I am in another rare buoyant mood, so a-entrying we will go. One reason I am in such a rare good mood is the ongoing awesome performance of the Los Angeles Dodgers, formerly the Brooklyn Dodgers before some bandit of a highway robber absconded to California with them and what are now the San Francisco Giants. Legendary (pre-abscondment) Dodgers GM Leo "The Lip" Durocher would be so proud, and I am sure the legendary, still living, Sandy Koufax--the Clayton Kershaw of his epoch--is as well. Yesterday, Dodgers First Baseman Adrián González--who, as a Mexican, faces an uncertain future in America--hit... Continue reading
Posted Aug 23, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
I am in relatively benign mood. For one thing, the Cleveland Indians and the Boston Red Sox put in awesome, nail-biting performance yesterday. For another thing, the Cleveland Browns rolled over the New Jersey Giants in pre-season US football. (Yes, I said NEW JERSEY Giants! That is where they actually play and to call them the "New York" Giants" is to perpetuate a scam. The legendary Mayor Ed Koch understood this, the attention-whore Michael Bloomturd did not.) On top of that, I recently saw a SUPERB filim called Logan Lucky. Alongside Baby Driver, Wonder Woman and Baywatch, Logan Lucky is... Continue reading
Posted Aug 22, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
The scheduled riot in Québec City (the capitol of the Province of Québec) which I wrote about in this entry is currently ongoing. At last report, the peelers declared the riot illegal because the antifa mobs illegally detonated pyrotechnics. Those who scroll through the entries in this blog tagged "Québec" will know that, even though my mother is, by the laws and customs of Québec, "100% pur laine" ("100% Aryan"), I am not a fan of the majority of the people who comprise the French-Canadian race, which is to say the Gaspesians. This is because of the Gaspesian practice of... Continue reading
Posted Aug 20, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
I am in a rather buoyant mood. I have had some interesting discussions regarding memorials. As well, in a tightly-contested game, filled with some amazing runs and catches, the New York Yankees defeated the Boston Red Sox 4-3. The Bronx Bombers and the Sox are traditional rivals. Although I am a Yankees (and New York Mets and Los Angeles Dodgers and San Francisco Giants and Tampa Bay Rays and Detroit Tigers) fan, I hold no personal animosity towards the Boston Red Sox the way I do towards the Toronto Blow Jobs (who, beautifully, have been getting clobbered by the Chicago... Continue reading
Posted Aug 20, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
I am not, and have never been, a fan of François Legault, the renegade former Parti Québecois member who, seeing that his career prospects were limited in that party, absconded to found his own cult of personality/political party, the Coalition avenir Québec. Economically, I have much in common with Legault as I do with Quêbec City's Radio Television Libre des Mille Collines (aka "Radio Poubelles") hosts "Jeff" Fillion and Éric Duhaime. All four of us oppose Québec's union mafia, and Duhaime had it right when he said that "It does not matter who the elected premier is, the one who... Continue reading
Posted Aug 18, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
Okay, this one is not going to have loads of references to Major League Baseball in it. Part of that is because, despite it being a well-played, bitterly contested game last night, the New York Yankees lost to the Boston Red Sox in extra innings, 3-2. Another part of this is that the New York Yankees are set for an inter-league series against the New York Mets this week. Okay, okay, so, yes this will be a bit about baseball, but this will be the last paragraph...I swear...or, at least, I will try. Today's massive unbridgeable YouTube gulf, fossa, or... Continue reading
Posted Aug 14, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
It is no secret that I admire Wooly Bumblebee, a superb artist in her own right who also honchoes Anti-Intellectuals, and Mr. Bumblebee, who honchoes this rad new site,, which solicits written contributions from all but the denizens of the alt-right race realist white nationalist Republic of Ka-Ka-Stain. They are atheists, I am not. I am a conservative, they are not. But they are, all three, highly entertaining to watch. They have the charm and magnetic charisma of The Kylie Ireland Show podcast of a decade ago, starring the legendary, one and only Kylie Ireland and Eli Cross. Wooly... Continue reading
Posted Aug 13, 2017 at The Sky Suspended
I have been away for a bit. Was not feeling well physically, necessitating doctor/hospital visits. Morale has also been a challenge. While I am immensely buoyed by the Los Angeles Dodgers' winning streak, I am dismayed by the fact that the New York Yankees lost most of the games in their recent series against the Toronto Blow Jobs. Being in not the best of health, I resent a lot of things, including my environment. That, on top of the fact that I spent the entirety of my formative years in New York State, is why I cheered on the Yankees... Continue reading
Posted Aug 12, 2017 at The Sky Suspended