World Series, Shopping and Indictments

So, the Cardinals had a bye week and I it made for a ridiculously dull Sunday.

That was until I finished three episodes of Stranger Things and flipped open Twitter to see that the World Series was still going on. I started watching in the top of the 9th with a runner and third and the Dodgers hitting a single up the middle to score the tieing run at 12–12.

When Jensen came in for the Dodgers, I thought that it was over for the Astros. But, they got runners on in both the bottom of the 9th and of course the tenth inning. Then to end with a walk-off hit with a chance for a play at the plate was incredible. I am looking forward to the rest of the series as it heads back to LA. This has been the most offensive World Series I have ever seen. It is usually fantastic pitching with timely hitting that shows up this far into the playoffs, but this series has been excellent.

The other thing I like to do while I am bored is to spend lots of money. So, we headed to the Apple store yesterday to get me a brand new MacBook Pro. I am excited, and I should be able to start doing a lot more video content on the website.

Finally, I would be not be doing my job if I didn’t mention the indictment of former Trump campaign manager Pual Manafort and his associate Rick Gates. The chargers are for money laundering, tax fraud, and failing to report foreign bank accounts. Don’t get ahead of yourself yet; these charges have nothing to do with the campaign. It is about taking money from foreign governments over the last ten years and hiding from US officials including the IRS.

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