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Monday, March 13, 2017

Monday Scrapple

I'm not a water park guy, and I've never been to Kalahari, but just looking at the building from the outside is awe inspiring.

Speaking of awe, I've only been in three casinos, and it was just for sightseeing.  Sands in Bethlehem is by far the most interesting and entertaining.  It was just sold to MGM for $1.3 billion.

Some here in Pennsylvania are pushing for legal marijuana.  Yes, it generates revenue, but look at Colorado.  A lot of that marijuana had to go to hiring more police officers.

A new "Game Change" book on the 2016 election is due out next year.  The writers had better hurry up. I'd love to read it right now.  It's a fascinating story.

John Roberts on FOX, who has always been one of my favorites, going back to the CBS days, recently said journalists should just stop whining and do their jobs.  I couldn't agree more, but I should note that Roberts works for FOX, which seems to be enjoying most favored nation status these days.

I'm still amazed at how this country grinds to a halt any time a new video game system is introduced.  Are we really that bored?

I've been a LinkedIn member for several years.  I still can't figure out what it's good for.  I really don't need the inspirational messages.

How could the Houston Texans been so wrong on Brock Osweiller?

I have the Uber app on my phone in case of an emergency.  Never used it.

I respect and encourage your right to have one, and it's really none of my business, but I just don't understand nose rings.

The Pirates and the Cardinals in Williamsport in August is a fantastic idea.  An MLB in a minor league town, once in a while, is great publicity.  It generates fan interest, and it would give a lot of people an opportunity to see an MLB game they otherwise wouldn't have.

There are few things more boring that listening to people talk about their NCAA basketball tournament brackets.