I'm going to spotty in my posting for the rest of the week, which is a pity as the trial over the Governor's Race is just getting started. So far the state GOP case has been . . . less than impressive, but there's always the chance of the smoking gun, the mystery witness, the sudden appearance of an uncounted ballot box in Yakima, or the equally-sudden appearance of the ex-wife long thought dead but really living in Botswana. For those poor readers who are really getting political news off this blog, in their hour of darkness, I can only provide this link from the Seattle Times, which provides a blow-by-blow description of the proceedings (reminding us all that court cases are really, really boring, and that is one of their virtues), and has been doing a pretty good job at sorting the wheat from the chaff. Check it out.
SUMO: Natsu Basho 2017 (Day 10) - As we begin Day 10 of the Natsu Basho, nothing has changed at the top of the leaderboard. The two yokozuna, Hakuho and Harumafuji, still lead with perfect ...
9 hours ago