We all lead busy lives and we try and squeeze in some exercise and some entertainment but along the way we sometimes get tripped up. Thus the sad saga of ace Survivor Pool player Clayton Kaeiser who last week sent us a pick of a team he had already picked. As the emails flew back and forth at a frantic pace and the opportunities for picks slipped away, it was only when all was lost did Mr. Kaeiser realize he was communicating with US and not one of the other pools he is in. Thus, having first made a pick of a team he had picked before, and then not having fixed it in time, he defaulted out.
Meanwhile Dan Lurvey, secure in his Sunday pick of the Ravens hadn't realized they had played on Thursday night. But he fixed his pick in time and grabbed the Giants for a MNF win and he proudly marches on. Jason Ireland also fell last week, hoping for a Pack bounceback that fizzled.
So now there are four!
Here are the picks this week:
RFFB: Cowpokes; De Lao Over- NE Cheaters; Lucy Lew - Fins; Lurvey-Raiders.
In other news, the Cast Of Hamilton (great musical if you can get the ducats) ended the show with a message to VP elect Pence who was in the audience about inclusion and fairness in our society, which caused our busy Pres-elect to take to twitter to complain. Was the cast of Hamilton out of line? We say no.
Also making twitter was the resounding standing ovation for the lines in the musical celebrating immigrants. Having seen the show, its always an applause getter, but apparently last night it was a show stopper.
Yes, among our many varied talents, we also have our finger on the pulse of Broadway. Enjoy your Sunday.
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