The Atlantic Monthly Magazine: The 4th Estate's "Pee-Pee Heads"
COLORADO SPRINGS: Listen up, media, because we’re talking to you. The failing Atlantic Monthly Magazine, in league with God only knows who else on the left, has published unsourced claims about our president this week. All according to unnamed so-and-so’s, this or that. An election is looming: So, you who have lost your journalistic integrity, if ever you had such, are now engaging in targeted licentiousness: If the president is well-liked by the US military, then you will make stuff up about his disregard for them.Not unlike the 2016 attack on the President.President Trump and the White House...
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Mike Jensen: We asked a bunch of college coaches, will there be games?
PHILADELPHIA — It won’t be a conventional college sports season — assuming it starts. There will be fewer games, less travel. Maybe conference-only play, starting later. No overnight trips for some teams. No flights for some used to taking them.Or, it will start but not finish.Or, it won’t start.My thoughts? Nope. I checked in with college coaches, because they need to be the most tuned in to all COVID-19 issues since they have a vested interest. Two questions for them: Will their team (a) play a game? And (b) finish the season?I asked 32 current coaches, got 29 responses, mostly via texts. Go...
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Bunch of red Japanese grapes sold for $11,000 at auction
A bunch of red grapes was bought Tuesday in central Japan for 1.2 million yen ($11,000) in the first auction of the season, making it the most expensive since the breed came to market 12 years ago.The "Ruby Roman," is known for being extremely juicy with little acidity and a high sugar content. Each grape of the breed, developed by the Ishikawa prefectural government, weighs more than 20 grams."We offered 1.2 million yen to mark the 12 years (since the grape came on the market) and to celebrate Reiwa's first auction," said Takashi Hosokawa, 45, a manager of a Japanese inn operated by the compa...
Bunch of premium table grapes fetches 1.1 mil. yen
A bunch of premium table grapes fetched 1.1 million yen ($9,910) Tuesday in the year's first auction at a Kanazawa wholesale market, slightly lower than the record 1.11 million yen registered last year.In Japan, it is customary for bidders to auction off the first crop of certain food products at a higher than market price. The products are then used for display, sold later at normal cost or served free to people.Supermarket chain operator Yamanari Shoji Co. in the central Japan prefecture of Ishikawa purchased the latest Ruby Roman grapes after a wholesaler made a successful bid for the bunch...