That's it for me, folks. Thanks for the 60-minute respite.
Depends how much you paid. I came back from Cuba with a Cienfuegos cap!
Baseball sort of has its own internal enforcement department. You'll know you went too far once you start taking some fastballs in the ribs. You can obviously be more demonstrative today than when I was a kid.
Throw some elbows and forge ahead!
Thanks, Ross. To be fair, the document purporting to answer some of those questions didn't surface until a few months ago. I didn't know it was coming, either. I just kept returning to the court docket over and over to see if anything was new. Blind stubbornness.
Our name was Kiezckier, before it was tidied up at Ellis Island.
My mother was the mayor of Portland, OR. She's already beaten be there.
Ouch. Good advice, though: Elements of Style is a classic.
Apparently, TV stations here are right now asking LAPD chief Charlie Beck what he's going to do to protect Puig.
Hard not to see the cinematic qualities.
I'm feeling very afraid of this question. I don't know why.
Thanks, and congratulations to you. Sorry you didn't get the memo that the profession is experiencing some technical difficulties at the moment. Seriously, though, there's lots of opportunities for young, hungry, fearless reporters. Way more places to get published than when I got started. Way less money, too. But you…
Appreciate it. As messed up as some of Cuba's policies are, I'm not thrilled that our own government tries to dictate where its citizens can go, either.
Who is Mr. Hamm?
There were some good questions mixed into it. I don't really think the 50,000-plus fans showing up most days at Chavez Ravine are in imminent danger.
I am, thanks! Seriously, never felt better. I find that I don't actually miss hot dogs either. Beer and peanuts, I will take to my grave.
Is anyone buying my book? Only $13.50. That's about 4 cents a page.
He's under an extraordinary, and surely unhealthy, microscope. If you wanted to parse my story only for the less than honorable things he might have done, you'd be able to assemble a fair list. I thought folks might read it that way. I'm glad that he's coming across three-dimensionally.
A good tactic: always answer a question with a question. Jeopardy is life.