Whatever happened to Baby Jane?

Well, obviously, in 2016 she became Melanie Martinez:

Here’s Baby Jane in the old days:


Not really that far off, are we?

An update on the GOP’s wounded animal

Keith is right about attempts by the crimson dumpster fire’s supporters to rig the election. This recently happened in Indiana, and is a blatant attempt to keep minority voters in the Indianapolis area away from the polls. And don’t think primary Trumpfluffer Mike Pence isn’t behind it.:

Indiana State Police investigators on Tuesday searched a voter registration agency on Indianapolis’ north side as they look into a voter fraud case that spans nine counties.

The investigation began in late August when police learned of the filing of fraudulent voter registration forms in Marion and Hendricks counties.

The investigation has expanded from Marion and Hendricks counties to include Allen, Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock, Johnson, Lake and Madison counties, according to a statement from State Police.

And this is going on in Wisconsin:

The city clerk in Green Bay refused to set up an early voting site on a college campus in part because she feared the site would help Democrats, according to emails obtained by a liberal advocacy group.

The emails show City Clerk Kris Teske citing the potential partisan advantage, along with concerns about ballot security, costs and staffing issues, in refusing to establish the early voting site at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus. One Wisconsin Institute provided the emails to The Associated Press on Tuesday, after the Nation first reported about them.

Teske pointed to statutes that prohibit early voting sites that give a political party an advantage. The emails show that state Rep. Eric Genrich, a Green Bay Democrat, was pressing Teske to approve the university voting site, but she refused, saying that people could vote early at City Hall.

“UWGB is a polling location for students and residents on Election Day but I feel by asking for this to be the site for early voting is encouraging the students to vote more than benefiting the city as a whole,” Teske wrote in the Aug. 26 email. “I have heard it said that students lean more toward the democrats and he (Genrich) is a democrat … Do I have an argument about it being more of a benefit to the democrats?”

And look at early voting lines in North Carolina:

This year’s contentious presidential election has people eager to have their say, if the long lines were any indication.
Early voting got underway in North Carolina on Thursday and people lined up early to cast their ballots in Raleigh and Durham.
In Wake County at Chavis Community Center, the line of voters stretched around the building when the polls opened at 9 a.m., and some waited an hour and 15 minutes to cast their ballots.

And at the Wake County Board of Elections in downtown Raleigh, Kate Mitchell, a self-described straight-ticket Democratic voter was one of those who came out to vote early.
Why was she so eager to cast her ballot? “I can’t take a chance that I could get hit by a bus,” she smiled.

There’s no outrage in these reports because the outlets believe they are being “fair.” But the long lines, the raids and the prevention of voting is mainly affecting minorities and students, the people most likely to vote against the overtanned boss baby.

Republicans lie about voter fraud, saying that Democrats are trying to steal the election from an incompetent egomaniacal narcissistic serial groper, because their candidate is ideal material for president in their minds. But the GOP commits voter fraud by constructing obstacles to American’s right to choose their leaders.

It’s easier to get a gun in a Republican state than to vote. Think about that.


Delay of game reaction

This happened a couple of weeks ago, but I’m just getting to it now. Still, it’s one of the great fan heartbreaks of all time. It’s a fan reaction to an obvious penalty in a Seahawks vs. Falcons game. Here’s the action:

And here’s the reaction:

I kind of admire this kid because I used to have passion like that. But then I got old and realized, it’s just a game.

My interest in this year’s NFL season blew up with Teddy Bridgewater’s leg before the year began.