Hillary Clinton wins debate, but her lead on Bernie Sanders slips

So sick of stories like this. Cannot believe how anybody can even believe ANYTHING the “mainstream media” says.

Maybe they push Hillary because she might put some of her “Wall Street Money” in their masters pockets?

Don’t remember when debates started. Maybe 1960 with “tricky Dick” and JFK. See old movie “Mrs. Robinson” THE GRADUATE. But Bernie made the classic remark with the “damn emails”. Hillary does not talk why she voted to send Americans to their deaths by voting for the Iraq war. At least they cannot vote against her!!!!!


Power Plant Train Wreck

Power Plant Men

I always loved playing with numbers, and thanks to the Birthday Phantom at the Coal-fired Power Plant in North Central Oklahoma, I knew everyone’s birthdays. so in 1996 I decided that I would chart them all on a graph.  When I compiled them all, I found that the Power Plant was in for one heck of a train wreck.  The entire basis that enabled the plant the size of a small city to run with a total of 121 employees was going to start crumbling within the next 13 years.

The original chart I made was in pencil.  Here is a simple column chart of the employee ages from Excel:

Age of the employees at the Power Plant in 1996 Age of the employees at the Power Plant in 1996

Now study this chart for a minute….  The youngest person in the plant was 31.  There was one.  The oldest were four who were 56.  If you take everyone from…

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By the Mighty Mumford


Women and I get along fine,

If I stay behind this line…

Featuring fashion

Instead of passion,

Is closer to the Divine.

Figures in arithmatic who

Have very nice figures help to…

Focus the mind

On thoughts kind,

Clothes don’rt have to be see-through!

Looking inside as well as out,

Takes more time no doubt…

When I want to swing

I want the real thing,

That tingle i’m talking about-!

–Jonathan Caswell

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Comets 0 @ Wolf Pack 3

The Utica Comets are still in search of their first win after dropping their second game of the season by the score of 3-0 to the Hartford Wolf Pack at the XL Center on Saturday night. Wolf Pack goaltender Magnus Hellberg pitched a 30-save shutout en route to his second win of the season.

The home team kicked off the game’s scoring 8:20 into the first frame when Richard Nejezchleb potted his first goal of the season. Off of a three-on-two rush, Cannata turned aside Chad Nehring’s shot from the short side before Calle Andersson chipped the rebound to the slot for the eventual tally.

The Pack doubled up their lead 7:35 into the third period. Adam Tambellini, on a breakaway, slipped a shot through the legs of Cannata for his second goal of the season. Brian Gibbons picked up an assist on the play.

Nehring added an empty-net goal from center ice with 2:44 to play to put the game away.

The Comets penalty-killing unit went a perfect three-for-three, running their season total to seven-for-seven. Joe Cannata made 25 saves in the loss.

The Comets finally get a taste of home cooking with a three-game homestand that begins on Wednesday vs. the Rochester Americans. Puck drop is scheduled for 7pm at the Utica Memorial Auditorium. The Comets will follow up Wednesday’s game with a Friday tilt against the Hershey Bears, and a Saturday game against the Syracuse Crunch. Both starting at 7pm.