Wednesday, April 29, 2015

The Silent Ballgame

For the first time in 145 years, no fans were allowed in to watch a MLB game. Strange, isn't that what the game is for? Without fan support nobody makes any money. That's what happened today in Camden Yards in Baltimore as they beat the White Sox 8-2. History shows that sports bring people together. This over reaction just gave victory to a small group of violent protesters and cost the hard working vendors some income. A big mistake in my opinion!

Nik Wallenda was back at work today. He walked the 450 foot high Orlando Observation Wheel this morning. It opens to the general public in a couple weeks.

Keep an eye on Jim Webb as he is in Iowa talking to potential voters. I've always deeply admired him and he's a dark horse that might just start getting some traction soon.

The legendary Tropicana Casino and Hotel in Las Vegas has been sold. No word yet on what is planned for this historical venue. I hope it doesn't meet the fate of the Sands.

We went to the Discover America meeting last night. Coco will be gone on his trip for a whole week on his 5th grade trip. I asked if he would be okay being away for a week by himself. He didn't hesitate to shake his head and reply 'yes'. Oh geez, where did my little man go!


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