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Soundtracks to Josh Hawley's running in the Capitol

Enjoy!

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1550289866411634689.html

What It Was (Jan 6) - The Lincoln Project

College Football lunacy (conference mergers)

"It's going to get worse" - Rick Reilly

https://twitter.com/ReillyRick/status/1549509462817263616
https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/07/18/ucla-usc-college-football-lunacy/

And now, class, it’s time to catch you up on college football, the sport that brought you the TaxSlayer Gator Bowl. Please open your textbooks to “Madness.”

College football is slaying its history. It’s selling all its tradition and fans and rivalries down the river on an out-of-control steamboat with a drunk donkey at the wheel. The lunacy really kicked in on June 30 when USC and UCLA bolted the Pac-12 conference for the Big Ten (which now will have 16 teams, if that makes any sense).

That’s right. Starting in 2024, the Big Ten conference, longtime symbol of the hearty American Midwest, corn ice cream and 400-pound kickers, will now be playing teams full of surfers, lowriders and guys in hair buns.

Big Ten teams are now conveniently located near their banks, not each other. Take USC, which is near Hollywood, and their new conference foe Rutgers, which is somewhere near “The Sopranos.” This is going to be such an exciting new rivalry. One team has six Heisman Trophy winners, can claim 11 national championships and over the years has spent 91 weeks as the No. 1 team in the country. The other is Rutgers.


Etc.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/2022/07/18/ucla-usc-college-football-lunacy/?commentID=fa30f44c-c967-4901-ae21-7f369f229be4

Rick Reilly is the author of Commander In Cheat: How Golf Explains Trump

Rep. Stephanie Murphy (FL) - Lincoln Project

Closing Remarks on the January 6 hearings of 7/12:

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