... to RPE for:
- Finishing her thesis; and
- Sitting atop our men's bracket!
Oh yeah, and congratulations to West Virginia for upsetting John Calipari's Wildcats ... and to
Baylor (for totally screwing up my bracket on the women's side).Â Ah well, as DaddyCornblog would
Okay, yesterday was the anniversary of Roe v. Wade.Â How amazing to think about that decision
on the heels of the recent SCOTUS debacle.Â So in honor of Roe v. Wade, HollyCornblog suggests
that we visit the Angryblackbitch to read her post from yesterday Blog for Choice Not a PLea or a
Request but a Demand.
No baseball to report on. No debate. I am forced to move to Plan B. (Don't try
this at home.) What brought me to this? It began with my morning visit to Woot - a site that
HollyCornblog turned me onto some years ago. I check it first thing and sometimes find really good
Here we go! As the USWNT soccer news slowly dwindles, the news on the political front picks
up. Here's a link to Michelle Obama's speech from last night (text and video), and here's a
link to video and an article with Obama's daughters interacting with (and interrupting) him last
night. And below, a new Obama [.
Tomorrow at 6AM we'll start the next leg of the Olympic tournament journey. There's not a lot in
the way of soccer news in the interim. The WNT Blog is a good place to track the USWNT's travels
and preparation for tomorrow's showdown with Canada. An upbeat and determined Canadian squad is
Here's Cindy McCain speaking about "the only way to get around in Arizona." (This is way
too easy ... I think I'm starting to feel a tad mean-spirited and guilty.) I'll get over it,
though. Mark Zeigler writes from San Diego about tonight's USWNT vs. Brazil match-up ... the second
this week. On [.
Abby Wambach flew to Portland, Maine this past week to be present for the opening ceremonies of the
US Youth Soccer Region I Championships. Here's a link to Blog entries by the players and coaches at
the tournament. And guess who was there with his team? Our own Morgan, of Final Four Fame!