Bag of Randomness for Friday, March 6, 2020

I wonder if Mike Bloomberg started his campaign earlier if he would have won several caucuses and primaries. The man has zero charisma, but he controls a media company that was founded on gathering, organizing, and analyzing stats, and money was not a problem. I’m not advocating for the man, it just seems with all of that at his arsenal, he could have done better. An earlier start would have al least allowed him more time to deal with the NDA’s, stop and frisk policy, and everything else.

I’m a sucker for Amazon Basics products.

Pfizer, the maker of Purell, will have some strong quarterly earnings coming up.  Costco as well.

President Trump has to be stressing about the stock market volatility as of late. Sure, there have been record gains he can boast about, but one of the surest signs is a stable market, not one which has record gains and losses.

Uncle Barkey may no longer be updating his website covering local media, but he’s doing it now for something called the Katy Trail Weekly.

Photographer Captures the Touching Bond Between a Dog and an Owl


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3 Responses to Bag of Randomness for Friday, March 6, 2020

  1. Bizarro Big Tex says:

    Keith, thanks for the lead-off graphic. I had forgotten the steps in the Rambouillet schottische.

  2. Bryan B. says:

    I’m a sucker for Amazon Basics as well and I’m probably not using it to my full advantage. AA and AAA batteries are the big thing I’ve bought into. I’ve had bad luck with 2 items: their Apple Lightning cables are junk and I bought 2 backup batteries for devices and they were recalled. As far as I know, they no longer sell them. I also purchased one of their items at work for about 25% of the cost of other name brands and they stopped selling it after about 6 months.

  3. RPM says:

    Was talking about this with a coworker last night so I looked it up. GoJo Industries (industrial hand cleaner manufacturer) owns Purell per Wiki:
    In 2004, GOJO sold Pfizer the exclusive rights to distribute Purell in the consumer market, while GOJO Industries retained the rights to existing industrial markets. In 2006, Pfizer sold its Consumer Healthcare division, and hence the rights to Purell, to Johnson & Johnson. In 2010, GOJO bought the brand back from Johnson & Johnson.

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