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No winners in Redskins' bid to out-stupid the Bengals - Washington Times

30 — I suspect most of those Redskins viewers went back to bed. Just think — what followed could have been Game Five of the World Series Sunday night at Nationals Park … ah, forget it. Some Redskins fans were still probably nursing hangovers from the night before and most wondering why the heck they woke up... Many would have preferred to turn them back Sunday after the final play went off at around 1:30 p. m. and their team walked off the soccer field with neither a win nor a loss — just like a soccer game. I’m sure British fans — used to such outcomes — were just happy with the extra 15 minutes of NFL football, though they must have wondered if it was the referee’s idea to add that time. In quality, what they got was two remarkably stupid football teams, with one trying to outdo their other with self-inflicted wounds. Redskins stupid. “I don’t know what to say after this game,” Redskins coach Jay Gruden said in the post-game press conference. “Don’t know if I should be upset or happy. “I don’t know how to react,” Gruden said. I didn’t know it was possible to tie. There was a tie last week, I was like, ‘How the heck did they tie. I’m going to give Gruden the benefit of the doubt here that this was his version of a comedy skit — and that he knew very well it was possible to tie. Leave it to the Redskins’ Will Compton, who did all he could to win the game with a key interception and stripping the ball from Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton in overtime, to explain to the coach how he should feel after a week’s worth of... “If you don’t win it feels like a loss,” Compton said in an interview with Redskins Radio after the game. How much longer will the NFL let the Bengals play in the league. They play as if they have never gotten the memo that helmets are not to be used as weapons, and believe facemasks were invented to tackle opponents. Their weekly game tapes could be introduced as evidence into any concussion-related lawsuit. Yet it was the Redskins who were the most penalized team — 15 flags for 106 yards. Five of those were on cornerback Josh Norman, yet it was hard not to sympathize with him, going up against A. J. Green. Of course, if you believe some Redskins fans on social media, the league has it in for Norman, and apparently have issued some sort of memo to its officials to go after the high-profile defender. Source:

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  • The Internet Loves Hillary Clinton's White Outfit at the Final Presidential Debate

    10/19/16 ,via Fortune

    Hillary's wearing my costume from Defending Your Life. — Albert Brooks (@AlbertBrooks) October 20, 2016 .@HillaryClinton's outfit is missing a Starfleet insignia. That's a compliment, btw. #debatenight. — Danny Valentini (@RazorFoxDV) October 20

  • No winners in Redskins' bid to out-stupid the Bengals

    10/30/16 ,via Washington Times

    the NFL's London invasion. The pews in local churches were likely sparsely populated on Sunday morning. After all, like Albert Brooks said in the film “Concussion” — “The NFL owns a day of the week. The same day the church used to own. Now it's


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  • 2030

    Macmillan. 2011. ISBN: 9781429996501,1429996501. 384 pages.

    Is this what's in store? June 12, 2030 started out like any other day in memory—and by then, memories were long. Since cancer had been cured fifteen years before, America's population was aging rapidly. That sounds like good news, but consider this: millions of baby boomers, with a big natural predator picked off, were sucking dry benefits and resources that were never meant to hold them into their eighties and beyond. Young people around the country simmered with resentment toward "the olds" and anger at the treadmill they could never get off of just to maintain their parents' entitlement programs. But on that June 12th, everything changed: a massive earthquake devastated Los Angeles, and the government, always teetering on the edge of bankruptcy, was unable to respond. The fallout from the earthquake sets in motion a sweeping novel of ideas that pits national hope for the future against assurances from the past and is peopled by a memorable cast of refugees and billionaires, presidents and revolutionaries, all struggling to find their way. In 2030, Albert Brooks' all-too-believable, dystopian imagining of where today's challenges could lead us tomorrow makes gripping and thought-provoking reading.


Albert Brooks | Official Website

ALBERT BROOKS is among the most inventive practitioners of motion picture comedy, as well as one of its most incisive commentators on contemporary life. - See more at ...

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Albert Brooks, Actor: Finding Nemo. Albert Brooks was born on July 22, 1947 in Beverly Hills, California, USA as Albert Lawrence Einstein. He is an actor and writer ...

Albert Brooks - Wikipedia

Albert Lawrence Brooks (born Albert Lawrence Einstein; July 22, 1947) is an American actor, filmmaker and comedian. He received an Academy Award nomination for Best ...

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