Memories of Brady, Cities of Champions, Riots that don’t count, Non-Reliable Sources and Wednesday’s “Whose the Boss?” DC revival Under the Fedora

Tom Brady is once again going to a Conference Championship game having beat Drew (I’m so Sorry) Brees in the game that counted. Next week he faces Aaron Rogers for the chance to go for Lucky Ring Seven

I remember when the Patriots had a QB like that and so does every single Brady hater who celebrated his replacement by Cam Newton who in fairness was gotten for a bargain price. The Pats got exactly what they paid for.


One other interesting Tom Brady fact.

When Brady came to New England it has been more than a decade since any Boston team had won a Championship. You had to go back to the Celtics of Bird, the Bruins of Esposito and the Red Sox of Ruth to find them.

Once he got there within a decade every single team in the city had at least one title and and had gotten to at least the conference championship more than once.

Now that Brady is gone no Boston team made a conference championship and two didn’t even make the playoffs.

Meanwhile Tampa Bay’s Hockey Team won the Stanley Cup, Tampa Bay’s Baseball team went to the World Series and now their football team is off to the Conference Championship.

I’m sure it’s just a coincidence.


Four years ago when Donald Trump was being sworn in their were riots and arson.

At least 217 people were arrested in the melees, police said…

…In the violence, knots of activists in black clothes and masks threw rocks and bottles at officers wearing riot gear, who responded with volleys of tear gas and stun grenades as a helicopter hovered low overhead.

Oddly enough nobody was blacklisted nor were companies pressured to stop doing business with people associated with Hillary Clinton.

I remember when an incoming president wasn’t afraid of the people and when


The New York Times is reporting that the New York Post no longer considers them or MSNBC or CNN or the Washington Post as reliable sources for stories.

Now while I think this is excellent advice and I would encourage such a decision from any source interested in fact, wouldn’t the story appearing in the Times be enough reason to doubt it?


A while back I pointed out that this was going to be Obama’s third term and that the idea that Joe Biden was in any sense in charge was a joke.

As I look at the people this incoming administration is choosing for positions I have yet to see any names that are deeply associated with Joe Biden which is a tad odd when you consider he has been in Washington since 1972 but all are associated with Barack Obama.

Back when LBJ took over from JFK after his assassination he make it a point that the people he would be appointing to positions were Johnson men, not Kennedy men but then again I remember the days when there was no doubt that the sitting President was the man in charge, although in fairness that façade will be kept up until Jan 21 2022 comes around, because as of that date the usefulness of that idiot will disappear.

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  1. Long after the game Tom Brady meets Drew Brees on the field. Among other things he threw a pass for Drew Brees’ son to catch. If nothing else, this will make 2021 a good year.

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