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Sunday, May 17

Mud-Slinging, Boston Bomber, & Rory McIlroy

It seems too early to start in on the coming Presidential race, but apparently not for Wiley’s Non Sequitur. But how appropriate his Gloop monster that spreads sludge over the American landscape. Diapers and politicians are both full of it. I can hardly wait to see what this next year of mudslinging will give us.

I was surprised at the unanimous decision to put the young Boston bomber Dzhokar Tsnaraev to death instead of giving him life imprisonment. I’d have thought the jury would have at least one holdout against the death penalty. But with our legal foot-dragging that sentence may not be carried out for several years.

McKilroy is here. Rory is proving once again just how good he is. This week’s Wells Fargo at Quail Hollow is a runaway win for the young Northern Irishman. He set a new course record on Saturday, a 61 that is also his career low round. And all his competitors are now aware that McKilory really is here.

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