Bag of Randomness for Tuesday, October 20, 2020

I voted yesterday at Music City Mall in Lewisville. Walking through the mall felt like walking through an abandoned haunted house, but I was in and out in less than ten minutes.

Every time I vote, I’m required to fill in a rectangle (about 1 cm x 1 1/2 cm) with a ball-point pen they provide me. The process would go by much fast if felt-tip pens were provided.

Yesterday, around 10:00 AM, one of WifeGeeding’s students was removed from class because a parent was COVID-19 positive. Supposedly, no one had contact with the student and a cleaning crew immediately sanitized the classroom.

This is the kind of crap that happens in Trump’s America – 2020 Marks the first year since 1955 that “It’s The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown” will not air on television. It’s now an AppleTV+ exclusive.

Our Dallas Stars lost to the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup Finals, and now the Tampa Bay Rays will play in the World Series in our new ballpark. Luckily, the Cowboys don’t play the Bucs this year.

How one man became an assistant coach for a small Alaskan high school without ever leaving his California home.

Welcome to the story of Zank, Dal Bon and the upstart Homer Mariners. Capping a year of virtual happy hours, virtual masses, virtual funerals, virtual birthday parties and virtual road races, they may have unintentionally presented the nation with its first Zoom football team. And they finished the season as conference champions.

Texas leads nation in early voting totals, with 4 million ballots cast

Matthew McConaughey speaks about his father’s death:

“I got a call from my Mom. ‘Your dad died.’ My knees buckled. I couldn’t believe it. He was my dad. Nobody or nothing could kill him. Except mom. He’d always told me and my brothers, ‘Boys, when I go, I’m gonna be makin’ love to your mother.’ And that’s what happened. He had a heart attack when he climaxed.”

Man breaks into home during children’s remote learning class, teacher calls 911

A California teacher jumped into action after she noticed fear on the faces of two students who didn’t immediately sign off after a remote learning session Thursday.

“I was just watching their faces and I can see their faces go from concern to panic,” teacher Jennifer Petersen told KOVR. Petersen said she never logs off until the last student does.

Mother Reyna Luna said the source of her children’s fear was a stranger who broke into the family’s Galt home during the class while she was out.

In Peter King’s latest column, he reported that Ben Roethlisberger said he has the huddle back a couple more yards further back from the line of scrimmage this season because he fears defenders might hear what he’s calling since there’s no crowd noise.

Discover Which Words Made Their Print Debut The Year You Were Born With This Merriam-Webster Tool

Taiwanese baseball player robs homer, but plays possum & lets batter circle bases before revealing prize


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