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Does This Morning's Blood Moon Mean Anything For This Election?

Posted 11-08-2022 at 07:26 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)
Updated 11-08-2022 at 08:02 PM by case44

Maybe it's prophetic. Maybe it's coincidental.

This morning, we had a blood moon in our skies in the pre-dawn hours before the most important midterm elections to take place in our lifetimes. Your writer got a glimpse of it as he headed for work early today. Will this phenomenon and its timing be an omen for the events and results of an election?

Gary Franchi expounds on this subject in the video link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsCGX3Ehvss&t=37s...
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Lubbock's Joyland Actually Gets A New Lease On Life

Posted 11-08-2022 at 06:15 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)

For some time, it didn't look like Joyland Amusement Park in Lubbock would have any future at all. Staffing issues and rampant vandalism were cause for concern to the owners of the park, prompting rumors that the place will be closing after the 2022 season.

I just learned that Joyland will have new owners after all. And on top of that, it will be two couples. Their Facebook page revealed that the new couples will keep the park going through 2023 and beyond. I only...
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What Others Are Saying About This Year's Astros --- Plus Other Musings

Posted 11-07-2022 at 08:23 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)

Here's what you may have missed on my Houston Astros thread in our Baseball forums. Check this out:

Quote:
Originally Posted by RMESMH View Post
The 2022 Astros tie the 1998 Yankees for the second best postseason winning percentage…..84.6…both 11-2…and the second best number of games over .500…...9.

Both were bested by the 1999 Yankees and the 2005 White Sox…….both 91.7 percent and 11-1 and 10 games over .500.
Both accomplished some great things. The Astros will certainly be greatly remembered...
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#TopSongs #TopOldies #PlayList

Posted 11-05-2022 at 02:24 PM by Submariner

#TopSongs #TopOldies #PlayList

I am working on a project where I have searched online and formed a list of the 100 top songs of each year, beginning in 1940, and working through each year. I am currently up to mid-1986.

This is my new 'playlist' and I have them downloaded as mp3 files on a flashdrive.

It has been a fun project.

1940 - 1957
A Bushel and a Peck - Doris Day
A Pub with No Beer - Gordon Parsons
sleeping...
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Astros' World Series: Storylines, Drama, And Dusty's Elusive Ring

Posted 11-04-2022 at 04:43 PM by case44 (Welcome To Case's Column)
Updated 11-07-2022 at 01:41 PM by case44

I'll preface this post with this: Dusty Baker did get a World Series championship ring as a player. He did, y'all, and it was back in his playing days with the Los Angeles Dodgers. That was a great way to spend your playing career. Three World Series appearances and one series win.

Fast-forward now to 2022.

Dusty Baker is now a manager, and he's done so for a very long time. And for him to get the Houston Astros job to manage this club, he had to be...
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