How about "Almost Cut My Hair" by Crosby, Stills, Nash, And The Guy With The Talent? Now, Tim Lincecum is hearing things out of the Joe Pyne Songbook, from which far too much of the American electorate is currently singing as well. with the sound off, which I recommend as the best of all possible ways to watch it.(Pro Tip -- Woody Paige speaks in some language far beyond the abilities of closed-captioning.) In this particular food-fight, the panel was unanimous in its opinion that the new "point of emphasis" in the NBA as regards personal-conduct technical fouls was a good thing.Apparently, glaring at them, rolling your eyes, or otherwise demonstrating "disrespect" is now worthy of getting yourself teed up and ejected. They're lucky it's only Kevin Garnett who's glaring at them and not a federal prosecutor.As far as I'm concerned, all of Tim Donaghy's surviving colleagues ought to consider themselves lucky that the league didn't hook them all up permanently to polygraphs. Point The Second: As brother Ryan points out, if this rule had been in effect back in The Day, Oscar Robertson's career would have been 11 seconds long, and Rick Barry might never have made it out of his first training camp.The redoubtable Digby -- a/k/a, one of the few things about California that make sense -- hipped This Blog to this story out of Philadelphia. Is this truly as far as we've come since the Beatles appeared on Ed Sullivan?Is Bob Seger's "Turn The Page" the new national anthem? I already had more than had it with the Endless Stupid about Tom Brady's new 'do -- and with the barely concealed misogyny directed at his wife on the issue -- when Charlie Casserly opened his yap a week ago.For more from "Nightly News", visit Your first podcast of the week is the last word in tech. Sloan Foundation, enhancing public understanding of science and technology in the modern world. Host Kai Ryssdal and our team of reporters bring you clear explorations of how economic news affects you, through stories, conversations, newsworthy numbers and more.Join the top tech pundits in a roundtable discussion of the latest trends in high tech. Join host Jonathan Strickland as he explores the people behind the tech, the companies that market it and how technology affects our lives and culture. Where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience. Airing each weekday evening on your local public radio station or on-demand anytime, Marketplace is your liaison between economics and life. Show") for a weekly podcast that blends conversation and character work from today's funniest comedians.
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The late Princess of Wales was a keen hugger, but even she met her match with Sir Richard Branson, a man almost as famous for his sustained embraces as he is for his company logo. Admittedly, the world would be a sad place without hugs and handshakes, and not all cuddles are creepy.
But women everywhere saw Mrs Carter’s face and instantly recognised what she was experiencing.
Can you picture, say, Earl Strom clutching his pearls because Bill Russell looked crossways at him? Point The Third: Exactly what critical problem in the game was this meant to address?
The league keeps saying that it has some data behind the notion that "fans" were bothered by the deportment of the players, but I suspect that data was run through the entire Emeril Lagasse cookbook before it ever got to the commissioner's desk.