Category Archives: Sports

An ode to 2020

Twenty twenty

A year unlike no other

That’s what people say

Historians wink and nod

They’ve got stories for another day

Twenty twenty

Those many days at home

We certainly will remember

Zooming in our comfy clothes

From March until December

Twenty twenty

The sports that weren’t played

The theatre going pitch black

Concerts that were silenced

Entertainment, we did lack

Twenty twenty

A Minnesota man was murdered

Causing protests near and far

America’s racial problem

Such a painful visible scar

Twenty twenty

Murder hornets made the news

But they seemed mighty small

Compared to a virus

That sought to infect us all

Twenty twenty

China crushed Hong Kong

And freedom took a slap

While some evil men in America

Planned a governor’s kidnap

Twenty twenty

Harry and Meghan said tata

To all that royal stuff

Americans bid farewell to RBG

That lady, she was tough

Twenty twenty

Boris got Brexit done

Donald lost an election

But still don’t know how many men

Epstein helped get an…

What a year!

Sports fans! A poll for you.

Photo: Anthony Moretti, 27May2017

Okay, sports fans. Here we go.

For some, the poll isn’t showing. The options:

Which are we MOST LIKELY to see in 2021?

A. Coronavirus cancels Tokyo Olympics

B. Lakers, Dodgers do it again

C. Alabama, Saban roll once again

D. Canadian Football League returns with only 8 teams

Go!

Crass TASS? Russian news agency says figure skater Alexandrovskaya likely committed suicide

Figure skater Yekaterina Alexandrovskaya is dead. The Russian news agency TASS reports she took her own life.

Figure skater and junior world champion Yekaterina Alexandrovskaya has been found dead in Moscow, a source in the law enforcement informed TASS on Saturday, adding that she has committed suicide.

The source informed that her body had been found near her house in Moscow. “The preliminary cause of death is suicide,” the source noted, adding that the figure skater had attempted to end her life before after an injury.

Alexandrovskaya was born in Russia but enjoyed her greatest success skating for Australia.