Sunday: The day after…

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Photos by @jabinbotsford — President Trump, after boasting about enthusiasm and promising a full house, spoke in an arena in Tulsa on Saturday night with many seats unfilled amid the coronavirus pandemic. Most of his supporters in the 19,000-seat BOK Center were not wearing masks, hours after his campaign had announced that six members of the advance team staffing the event had tested positive for the virus. In a speech lasting nearly two hours — filled with grievances, falsehoods and misleading claims — Trump said that because more testing means higher numbers of known coronavirus cases, his direction was to curtail it. “So I said to my people, ‘Slow the testing down,’” he said. A White House official said later the president was “obviously kidding,” but he has previously expressed skepticism about testing, which public health experts say is required to contain the outbreak.

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Rest In Peace Sir Ian Holm…

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Ian Holm, the versatile actor who played everything from androids to hobbits via Harold Pinter and King Lear, has died in London aged 88. “It is with great sadness that the actor Sir Ian Holm CBE passed away this morning at the age of 88,” his agents said. “He died peacefully in hospital, with his family and carer,” adding that his illness was Parkinson’s related. “Charming, kind and ferociously talented, we will miss him hugely.” Holm, who won a Bafta and was nominated for an Oscar for his role as maverick athletics coach Sam Mussabini in the 1981 film Chariots of Fire, may have looked destined for a career in colourful supporting roles on screen – especially after quitting the theatre in 1976 after a severe case of stage fright – but he found a new generation of admirers after being cast as Bilbo Baggins in the blockbusting Lord of the Rings trilogy. He is survived by his fourth wife, Sophie de Stempel, and five children from previous relationships, as well as his third wife, the actor Penelope Wilton.

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10 Comments on “Sunday: The day after…”

  1. Minkoff Minx says:

    This is our last day of the move. We are exhausted. I have no idea what is going on in the world, so much to catch up…but this tRump rally being a dud gives me hope.

  2. Pat Johnson says:

    Trump must have lost his mind looking out at a mere 9,000 compared to the 1 million projected by his campaign to be in attendance.

    Can’t wait for the “leaks” to come out regarding his tantrum at such a low turnout.

    His bubble must have burst all over the room!

    • Enheduanna says:

      I sure hope so. Queue Brad Parscale firing in 3, 2, 1….

      LOLOLOL And he’s supposed to be such a techno whiz, right? Him and Kuschner know all about the Internets. Bwahahahahaha. Fooled by thousands of teenagers. I’m so proud the K-Pop crew stepped up. I love K-drama (too old for K-Pop) but bless them!!!!

      JJ – thanks for the post and also for remembrance for Ian Holm. One of my favorite villains is “Ash” in Alien. Such a wonderful actor! RIP

  3. dakinikat says: