These Days: Tuesday, May 11th, 2016

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U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks at a campaign rally in New Brunswick, New Jersey, U.S., May 8, 2016.  REUTERS/Dominick Reuter

The Race For The Presidency: The GOP has been a sturdy in freedom in action, a huge field on Presidential contenders whittled down till the one they wanted least to win has won. The Democratic party are cheating Bernie Sanders, this Superdelegates stuff is apparently thwarting the will of the people. Clinton keeps getting anointing while Bernie keeps on battling. The New York Time thinks he is wasting his time, but he wouldn’t be if it wasn’t for the superdelegates.

Recorded: I just moved from Elvis For Everyone to Harum Scarum,readying myself for four years of bad Elvis albums till we reach the ’68 comeback. Rock musician Jahn Xavier said he considered Controversy a sophomore jinx album although it was Prince’s fourth, I see what he means. Meanwhile, I am spending my time between Corinne Rae, Radiohead, and Thomas Cohen.

Live: Graham Nash Saturday, Corinne Rae next Tuesday.

Sports: Stephen Curry is unanimously the NBA’s MVP and it is hard to deny, isn’t it? The Yanks win a shootout with the Royals, so the series is in pocket. That was Torre’s old adage. Win the series.

Personal: If anybody asks you what hell is, tell them hell is doing business in Syria.

 

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