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Yup, when she spreads ’em, you can look right up between her legs and see her pussy. All of it is literally true.

A league investigation confirmed the Astros had cheated by using a camera-based sign-stealing system during the regular season and playoffs of their World Series-winning 2017 season.

The WaPo said:

“The Houston Astros on Monday fired manager A.J. Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow, an hour after Major League Baseball suspended both for a year for their roles in an extensive sign-stealing scheme — a swift and powerful downfall for the duo that turned the Astros into the most ruthlessly efficient winning machine in baseball, producing a World Series title in 2017 that is now tainted.”

And so affordable for the average woman:

The lacquered bustier — retail value: $15,000 — encases the wearer’s chest to form a layer of protection. But unlike more traditional, less fashion-y armor, it’s done in a hot-pink hue and looks more like molded plastic than iron or steel.

I went to school with a guy named Boob Plate. If he’s still alive, this is his time. Of course, he preferred to be called “Bob pla-TAY.”

The Supreme Court on Monday decided not to “Free the Nipple,” refusing to hear an appeal by three women fined by a city in New Hampshire for exposing their breasts in public who argued that banning female but not male toplessness violates the U.S. Constitution.

Do we really care about the legal niceties? I think women should not only be allowed to go topless, but should be required to do so when the temperature is 60 or higher.

I would allow some women to file for disability exceptions, in a process kinda like applying for a special parking sticker. So, for example, while Alexandra Daddario must be topless, Kathy Bates can slide.

And while she’s in school, maybe she can find a quick refresher English course that covers the difference between “much” and “many.”

The Democratic party continues its march to winnow out all the youth and diversity and narrow the field to the cranky old white people.

Booker’s exit was inevitable. He had no path to victory.

He’s the Jimmy Carter for a new millennium – nice man, smart, idealistic. He even has a better resume than Carter. In fact, he looks perfect on paper: football star and class president at Stanford; Yale Law School; Rhodes scholar; mayor; senator. People say he is a moving speaker as well, yet all of those credentials couldn’t gain him any traction.

I guess the time ain’t right for Carter 2.0.

That noted, Booker seems like a great V.P. choice when the eventual cranky old white person gets the nomination.

ScarJo was nominated as both the best actress and the best supporting actress.

There are nine films nominated for best picture this year:

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”
“The Irishman”
“Marriage Story”
“Jojo Rabbit”
“Little Women”
“Ford v Ferrari”

Once Upon a Time is the betting favorite, followed by 1917, but Sam Mendes is the favorite to win the best director Oscar.

Joaquin Phoenix, Renee Zellweger, Brad Pitt and Laura Dern are prohibitive favorites to win the major acting awards. I have seen all the major films except 1917, and I was very surprised that Jamie Foxx was not nominated for Just Mercy. People will write about other snubs as well, but I was just shocked that the Academy failed to recognize a performance that good.