Wednesday, November 13, 2019

What's On Tonight (Thursday): Carol's Second Act Tries To Remember Some Highlights From Her First Act!

Hey Everybody, Here is what's on for November 14th 2019

Politics Corner, November 13th

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The big story today was the beginning of public impeachment hearings. Trump said he wasn't watching but he lies if he's breathing. He was watching along with the rest of us but he was more angry. We were watching here (and you can read what we thought here) and we'll be watching with a live blog again on Friday when Former US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testifies. Like every woman who's ever crossed paths with Trump she's got a story to tell and it ain't pretty. [Politico]


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PRS5, E9: 'What's Your Sign?'

Jeopardy! recap for Wed., Nov. 13 - Tournament of Champions day eight

Here are today's contestants as the Tournament of Champions semifinals conclude:

- Francois Barcomb, a teacher from New York, helped raise money for a cancer patient student's travel expenses;
- Gilbert Collins, a university administrator from New Jersey, came up with the idea for the ribbons to honor the late Larry Martin; and
- Lindsey Shultz, a physician healthcare analyst from Pennsylvania, sings a jingle upon request for her mom.

Box Office Discussion: "Midway" Through November

The holiday movie season is in full swing, but there's just one problem: apparently, no one informed the nation's moviegoers that the holiday movie season has even started.

Table Talk: Let’s Argue About Regional Burger Chains

Okay, I’m not going to argue, but you’re free to. I grew up in Steak n’ Shake country and while I’ve always enjoyed it they can be hit and miss, and I’ve never told anyone they’re missing out on the greatest thing ever.

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Impeach The Motherforking Asshole: Congressional Hearings, Day One

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The Art Of The Reveal And Other Wednesday Headlines

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Your Impeachment Hearings Primer [The Washington Post]

Molly Jong-Fast Reports From The Roger Stone Trial [The Bulwark]

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Politics Corner, November 12th

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Trump does not seem to understand that it's his greed that continually gets him in trouble. “Give me some of that,” he said. “Give me some of that money. I want some of that money.”  He's talking about the Federal Reserve Bank. [CNBC]


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What's On Tonight (Wednesday): Girls want a seat at South Park's games table

South Park. "Board Girls" (via Giphy)
Hi! There is some new stuff on TV tonight, but the Top Pick is the animated veteran South Park. This time, some girls come to South Park and want into the gaming club Dice Studz, which doesn't go over well with everyone. Man... season 23. Elsewhere, Jeopardy! continues its Tournament of Champions and country music awards itself. But most proudly, American Horror Story wraps up and I never made it the top pick. It has been over-represented in the top spot through the years, so it gets what it deserved. I'd rather have Cake (and cake) anyway. Why have a litter of preppies when you can have little studmuffins like me, here's what's on television for tonight, Wednesday, November 13!

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Castle Rock (Hulu, 3 a.m.): "A familiar face arrives in Castle Rock."

Maradona in Mexico (Netflix, 3 a.m.): A docuseries about soccer great Diego Maradona coming to Culiacán, the heart of the Sinaloa Cartel, to save the local team.

Jeopardy! recap for Tue., Nov. 12 - Tournament of Champions day seven

Here are today's contestants for day two of the Tournament of Champions semifinals:

- James Holzhauer, a professional sports gambler from Nevada, whose daughter won't let him go incognito;
- Steven Grade, a sports industry consultant from Georgia, is going to New Zealand to celebrate "Lord of the Rings"; and
- Rachel Lindgren, an astronomy interpreter from Oregon, was front page news in Carson City.

Under The Cherry Loon And Other Tuesday Headlines

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'Rudy Giuliani: The Password Is Assword' [Wonkette]

It's Wonderful Watching The Right Wingnuts Eat Other [The Bulwark]

Monday, November 11, 2019

What's On Tonight (Tuesday): The Resident Celebrates National Nurses' Day And Disney Plus Launches

Hey All--I'm slowly losing my mind due to bug infestation over here.Got the exterminator coming on Saturday but not soon enough honestly!!! I feel like Sam Jackson in Snakes On A Plane over here, except with creepy crawlies...Anyways here's what's on tonight November 12th 2019


Politics Corner, November 11th

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You gotta ring them bells, you gotta ring them bells, You gotta make 'em sing and really ring them bells
It's such a happy thing to hear 'em ting-a-ling, You gotta ring - them - alarm bells. 

Get your transcripts here from Cooper, Croft & Anderson which are not the whitest law firm or a prog rock band. [Politico]


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Jeopardy! recap for Mon., Nov. 11 - Tournament of Champions day six

Here are today's contestants as the Tournament of Champions moves into the semifinals:

- Emma Boettcher, a user experience librarian from Illinois, makes sure the library is user-friendly;
- Dhruv Gaur, a student from Georgia, cut off his hair on a bet after his Jeopardy! win; and
- Kyle Jones, a music teacher from Colorado, is a known Leonard Bernstein expert.