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Lone Star Joke

I think they can shelve that Cognitive Joe thing.  Former Vice President Joe Biden said a few months ago to don’t put it past Donald Trump to try to delay the election.  The Vice President nailed it.  Trump called for delaying the election this morning.

Texas has 403,307 COVID-19 infections as of yesterday afternoon.  The only countries that have more are the United States, Brazil, India, Russia and South Africa.  Let that sink in.

In the USA, we trail California, Florida and New York.  We should be passing New York any day now.  We are a joke.  Thank you, Gov. Greg Abbott!  That’s why only 38% of Texans approve the way Abbott is handling COVID-19.

They even had a GOP event in West Texas yesterday without social distancing and masks.  Worthless GOP.

Commentary said this yesterday:

 If the MLB Commissioner wants to show decisive action, he’ll fine the player $50 thousand and make him sit out for a couple of weeks.  He won’t, though.  The player is a Dodger and that’s all you need to know.

He got an 8-day suspension that he is appealing.  The Dodger skipper also got a 1-day suspension that he served last night.  Ok, I was wrong.  They did go after the Dodgers.  Our Skipper got fined.

I sure hope Cristian Javier turns out to be the real deal and not just a one game wonder.  He struck out eight last night in a game we should have won that included a bad replay call from New York.

No game today.

Here is my Aunt Elvira’s obituary:

Elvira Campos Delgado, 101, of Baytown, passed away Sunday, July 26, 2020, at home surrounded by her loving family.

Elvira was born July 6, 1919 in Baytown, to parents:  Jose and Maria De Jesus Ramos Campos, and has been a lifelong resident of Baytown.  She was a custodian for GCCISD, and attended St. Joseph and Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Churches, and was a member of the Guadalupanas.  She enjoyed attending her grandchildren’s sports activities, going on family vacations, and dancing.

Mrs. Delgado was preceded in death by her parents, husband of 70 years:  Canuto “Joe” Delgado, daughters:  Maria De Jesus Magdaleno and Hermelinda Delgado, brothers and sisters:  Felicita Bravo, Jesus Campos, Servando Campos, Manuel “Mito” Campos, Isabel Lopez, and Jesse Campos, grandchildren:  Kimberly Ann Salinas and Jason Andre Ramirez, and great great-granddaughter:  Miah Salinas.  She is survived by her children:  Rebecca Salinas and husband Rudy, Canuto Mario Delgado, Anna Rosalia Delgado, Servando Joe Delgado and wife Letty, and Timothy Lawrence Delgado, brother:  Antonio “Tony” Campos, 21 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren, 16 great great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that remembrances be made in the form of contributions to this PayPal account beverlyygill2000@yahoo.com

Donations will be sent to an organization that Elvira Delgado dedicated her heart and soul to throughout her life. 

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Elvira Delgado, please visit our floral store.

That’s all I have.

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