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  1. Someone else also called up and chastised the hosts for speculating because now people will think they know something and it t is Malcolm.I'm still getting used to Philly radio.
  2. A guy called WIP this morning and said he thinks it's Jason Garrett paying off Josina. There was some speculation it is Jenkins. After that, guy called and referenced his previous comment of needing to simplify the defense which was apparently similar to something Josina's source said
  3. There will probably be pressure to have a woman on the ticket, though.
  4. Some strange talk from Clinton back on Russian interference "They're also going to do third party again. And I'm not making any predictions, but I think they've got their eye on somebody who's currently in the Democratic primary. And they're grooming her to be the third party candidate," Clinton said presumably about Gabbard, referring to Russian efforts to support third party candidate Jill Stein in 2016. "She's the favorite of the Russians, they have a bunch of sites and bots and other ways of supporting her so far, and - that's assuming Jill Stein will give it up, which she might not, because she is also a Russian asset — yeah, she's a Russian asset! I mean totally!" "They know they can't win without a third-party candidate. And so, I don't know who it's gonna be, but I can guarantee they'll have a vigorous third party challenge in the key states that they most need it," Clinton said about the Russians. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/hillary-clinton-suggests-russians-are-grooming-a-2020-democratic-candidate/
  5. I wonder if they'd have the guts to go Warren/Klobuchar. Balances geography, political leanings and personalitites. Anyone have ideas for non-candidates for VP consideration?
  6. I like this, though, again, no geographic diversity with contiguous states. Gives Pete an experienced govt guy like Biden to Obama.
  7. Biden/Harris still seems viable even though she doesn't have much support these days to contribute. She'd add more energy to the ticket than Klobuchar (who I still prefer to all of these candidates)
  8. Terrible optics. They sent a fundraising email yesterday highlight looking for help catching up. " Right now other candidates that aren’t beating Trump in the polls have a lot more money than us to spend on winning." Very defensive. People like to donate to perceived winners
  9. I didn't say I liked it. ) Definitely prefer yours.
  10. That's interesting. The debate was the 1st time I heard him talk about inclusivity and I figured he was positioning to appeal to Biden voters as his support recedes. Glad he's been talking about it longer. That does resonate with me.
  11. Adam Silver said China asked the NBA to fire Worley. "We were being asked to fire him, by the Chinese government, by the parties we dealt with in government and business. We said there's no chance that's happening. There's no chance we'll even discipline him," Silver said at the TIME 100 Health Summit on Thursday. He added: "We wanted to make an absolutely clear statement that the values of the NBA, these American values—we are an American business—travel with us wherever we go. And one of those values is free expression. We wanted to make sure that everyone understood we were supporting free expression."
  12. I don't think any of those are realistic in terms of broadening out appeal, esp. Warren/Sanders. Two 70-something progressives from New England won't get you there. I thought about Warren/Booker, who I've read are colose. But a problem with geographic diversity there probably. Warren/Buttigieg seems possible.
  13. Well, Michael Irvin (and the others on TNF panel) actually picked the Eagles to win Sunday night, but said he hoped it worked out as a reverse jinx thing. )
  14. So, not the same team. Falk was waived right after the game. Cowboys would have trounced him, also. Before Darnold was injured, Falk had not only never played an NFL snap, he'd never even been active for a game.