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That Was The Week Of March 3rd, That Was

Hugh Carey: when real Governors had Real Sideburns

Hugh Carey: when real Governors had Real Sideburns

Recorded: The week belongs to Pharrell handsdown. I wish he had found a tenth song without reviving “Happy” one more time, and any time you include Alicia Keys in the mix you’re a turkey, but those are my only complains. But it was a pretty good week any way, Nothing and The Men were the more than acceptable face of indie, come to think of it Eagulls weren’t bad either. And Rick Ross, well “Sanctified” is a good song.

Live: Not much going on, Simon And Sting was a snooze. But did get tix to instantaneous sell outs Tune-Yards and Lykke Li and the sold out by the time you read this Blake Shelton.

Sports: Why oh why won’t the Dolans sell the Knicks. Enough punishment for one life time, right.

Weather: Good new Northeasterners. Whenever I leave a city for some medical sun, the weather in the city I am leaving immediately gets very warm till my return. So I will be in Orlando next friday through Tuesday -dress accordingly. Medical sun? A Rod Stewart quote of course.

Local News: Bill de Blasio better up his game, Cuomo is making mince meat of it and cmon, Cuomo? That guy is such a louse, I can’t stomach him but hey, he can beat Bill into any paper back. Does New York have a problem with Governor’s or what? I can’t remember a good one. Pataki, any one? Hugh Carey? Nelson Rockefeller? Like the man said, can no one play this game any more? Well, de Blasio needs to up his game through the roof. and stop handing Cuomo opportunities to make Bill look like a reactionary half wit. Of course, maybe Bill is a reactionary half wit…

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