The Spew 7-24-18

posted by Brad Wojdyla - 

1.      Browns  wide receiver Josh Gordon announced he will miss the start of training  camp to further ago treatment for his drug addiction.  Browns GM John  Dorsey said, “We  will continue to support Josh as he receives the care needed to  maintain his progress. We are going to respect his privacy while he is  away from the team. Josh will be placed on the non-football illness  reserve list until he is ready to return.”  Do you think Gordon will be  starting at wide receiver when they open up the season on September 9th? 

 

2.      On  Tuesday, President Trump sent an all-caps tweet to Iran that read:  "NEVER EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN OR YOU WILL SUFFER  CONSEQUENCES THE LIKE OF WHICH FEW THROUGHOUT HISTORY HAVE EVER SUFFERED  BEFORE." Within hours, Iran's state-owned news agency IRNA dismissed  the tweet, describing it as a "passive reaction" to Iran President  Hassan Rouhani's remarks. Trump's comments came after Rouhani remarked  earlier in the day that "America must understand well that peace with  Iran is the mother of all peace and war with Iran is the mother of all  wars."  What do you think of the war of words between the U.S. and Iran?

 

3.      Stormy  Daniels and her husband Glendon Cain have filed for divorce.  The  couple has a daughter together and have been married since 2010.   Daniels has been married three times.  What are your thoughts on the  latest news about Daniels?

 

4.      The  duck boat that claimed the lives of more than a dozen people after it  sank has been raised by the Coast Guard and is back on dry land.  An  investigation is now underway into the incident that left 17 people  dead, including 9 from the same family. The boat was capsized by a storm  with near-hurricane-force winds that targeted Missouri's Table Rock  Lake. Are duck boats safe enough to still be used?

 

5.      Johnny  Manziel has been traded from the Hamilton Tiger Cats to the Montreal  Alouettes of the Canadian Football League.  The 25-year-old Manziel will  be reunited with Mike Sherman who recruited him to Texas A & M.  Do  you think Manziel Alloutee jersey’s will be hot sellers?

 

6.      The New York Daily News is cutting their news team in half.  The Daily News said in a statement, “We  are reducing the size of the editorial team by approximately 50 percent  and re-focusing much of our talent on breaking news -- especially in  areas of crime, civil justice and public responsibility. We know our  readers look to us for a unique point of view, and we believe these  topics offer our best opportunity to differentiate our reporting. We  will, of course, continue to cover local news, sports and other events,  but our approach will evolve as we adapt to our current environment."   What are your thoughts on what’s happening at the New York Daily News?

 

7.      The  Wall Street Journal and NBC News released poll results that show  President Trump’s job approval rating is at an all-time high of 45%. The  numbers show that Trump’s approval rating among Republicans stands at  88% with 50% of voters saying he has handled the economy better than  other major issues. On the flip side, the President has higher  disapproval numbers on border security and immigration, trade, U.S. and  Russia relations and immigrant families at the border. When it comes to  immigration, trade, and relations with Russia, how's the commander in  chief doing? 

 

8.      Rooster  Money's new "Kids Allowance Report" finds kids will make about $110 in  allowance this summer, or about $8.43 a week. Mowing the lawn, washing  the car, and gardening are the top three money makes. What was your  allowance growing up and how does it compare to today?

 

9.      Tesla  has announced plans to build a plant in China and they expect to build  500,000 vehicles a year there.  A Tesla spokesperson, they expect  construction to begin in the near future after the company gets all the  necessary approvals and permits.  Could China become Tesla's biggest and  most lucrative market?

 

10.   A  UCLA professor died during a bondage session in a Los Angeles area  home. Doran George, 48, was found dead inside the home of Skip Chasey,  an executive for Hollywood’s William Morris Endeavor agency and known in  the Bondage, Discipline, Sadism and Masochism community also known as  BDSM.  The professor had been wrapped “head to toe in plastic wrap and  gaffer’s tape, with small breathing holes at the nose and mouth,” during  a mummification ritual. When paramedics arrived, they were unable to  revive him.  No charges have been filed.  Should the person or people  who bound him up be charged in George’s death?

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