President Trump’s recent attacks on Attorney General Sessions suggest he may be trying to bully Sessions to get the Attorney General to fire Robert Mueller, former FBI director, and recently appointed special prosecutor. Mueller is charged with looking into possible Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election, and any collusion that may or may not have occurred between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. Firing Watergate special prosecutor Archibald Cox didn’t work well for President Nixon. Just Google “Saturday Night Massacre.” Attorney General Richardson and Deputy Attorney Ruckelshaus both resigned over Nixon’s order to fire Cox. It didn’t work too well for Robert Bork either. He actually fired Cox, but was later denied confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Let’s not overlook the positive aspect of OJ’s parole. Once he’s out, his tireless search for the real killer can resume.
A Honda dealer on Long Island, Babylon Honda, is advertising on TV its “exclusive” vehicle exchange program. According to dictionary.com, one meaning of the word exclusive is, “Shutting out all others from a part or share.” To me, that means Babylon Honda is the only car dealer in the world that is both willing to sell you a new car, and willing to accept your old car as a trade in. Either that, or only a select few dealers do. I doubt both.
Lake Montauk at the eastern end of Long Island’s south fork isn’t a lake. It’s a harbor that opens to Block Island Sound. But it’s called that because it was a fresh-water lake until about 90 years ago when a developer blasted a channel to turn it into a salt-water port. I’m sure that if the EPA had existed back then, a permit would not have been issued. Still, on a sunny summer afternoon, there’s almost nothing I like better than sitting on the deck of Gosman’s Restaurant at that harbor, enjoying lunch and watching the boats going in and out. The restaurant is good. Its location is stellar!
My wife was supposed to retire Friday, so I was invited to her office where a small party including coffee and cake were planned to mark the occasion. She put off her retirement for another few weeks, but she still got cake. It just wasn’t her cake. After she changed the date of her retirement, another worker in her office decided to retire Friday instead.