Good evening, members of Club Zero. Surfing around DisqusLand, it looks like several more people have lost their upvotes and others are losing what they still have at a fairly steady to rapid pace.
So, the Senate Impeachment Trial of Donald J. Trump: My goodness, his defense team. You think these guys are clowns? Wait until Monday when the real Clown Show begins. I believe Trump’s “Made for Television” sect of his stellar legal team takes the Senate floor and will attempt to defend his Orange Ass.
Today in History:
1947: Jan 25, American gangster Al Capone died of syphilis in Miami Beach, Fla., at age 48. While he was in prison at Alcatraz Capone composed a song titled “Madonna Mia,” and gave to Vincent Casey, a Jesuit priest, who had visited him regularly. In 2009 the song was produced and made available on CD.
Speaking of impeachment: January 26, 1998.
Music and Entertainment:
1938 – Etta James, singer, who had 9 US Top 40 hits during the 60s. James died on January 20, 2012.
1981-Alicia Keys, American R&B and soul singer, songwriter, (born Alicia J. Augello-Cook). Keys has sold over 25 million albums and singles worldwide and won numerous awards, including nine Grammys.
And in memory of The Terd, 5 o’clock Charlie:
1970- Jan 25, The Robert Altman film “M*A*S*H” premiered in NYC.
And…as usual, thank you for the Community Submissions; please keep them coming. Also, thanks for all your support!