Members of American media broke from their shocking cycle of terrifying protest and riot-related coverage to ponder why a gun-carrying St. Louis couple in a now-viral video would assume that BLM protesters might bring violence to their neighborhood.
The Nathaniel Bedford Forrest Girls scored a series of minor hits in 2019 including “Not That Hole (We’re Not Married Yet)”, “Pig Hoot’n Holler”, and a rendition of “Away In a Manger” that reached #27 last winter.
Maines: “When I realized that the Mason-Dixon was surveyed just as a colonial border and not as a guarantee that slavery could continue and thrive to the benefit of white people, it seemed a lot less significant.”
The new March Madness? ESPN announced that Sunday’s cornhole tournament at Dale’s Dip & Drink in Clunge, Virginia will be “the biggest live televised sporting event available this weekend” after many leagues have cancelled their events due to coronavirus concerns.
“I was positive this would be the year, but since that’s not the case, my best bet is to once again — and for the last time, I swear — vote for someone I do not support in any way, shape, or form, neither as a person nor as a policymaker.”
With the baseball world abuzz with the Houston Astros cheating scandal, Yankees legend Alex Rodriguez confessed to reporters Wednesday that he had “banged a few trashcans during (his) career,” including banging trashcans to cheat.