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A household common cold.

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A four day turnaround: Denver-Boston-DCA-Austin-DCA

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Yuck.

I'll go with medical billing.


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Yeeesh.  At least not Kharkiv or St Louis   
A four day turnaround: Denver-Boston-DCA-Austin-DCA

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A four day turnaround: Denver-Boston-DCA-Austin-DCA
key question: which airport had the best Dunkin?

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Austin has a Rick Bayless taco shop, that makes it worth a visit.

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Reading a play-by-play from a New Senators' win is more exciting than an off-day, and more pleasurable than most 2022 New Nationals' games. Here is one, thanks to Jim Casey, who runs a Facebook site on the Expansion Senators. He looks for a win on each day. Here is April 25, 1969, a day when Frank Howard went 3-for-5 with a home run and four RBI's. Jim Hannan started, but was pulled in the 5th, replaced by Dick Bosman.

https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/CLE/CLE196904250.shtml?fbclid=IwAR2hEdl_driZ8C0dojbV8-pf1bakWih1S2oj7HHrutpuhXgIrH7lryASSCw

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I had not seen that until now.  I honestly can't say I remember a play that bad.  The thing that put it over the top is Soto flopping on the ground after he's out, blocking Bell from sliding into 3rd.


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Reading a play-by-play from a New Senators' win is more exciting than an off-day, and more pleasurable than most 2022 New Nationals' games. Here is one, thanks to Jim Casey, who runs a Facebook site on the Expansion Senators. He looks for a win on each day. Here is April 25, 1969, a day when Frank Howard went 3-for-5 with a home run and four RBI's. Jim Hannan started, but was pulled in the 5th, replaced by Dick Bosman.

https://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/CLE/CLE196904250.shtml?fbclid=IwAR2hEdl_driZ8C0dojbV8-pf1bakWih1S2oj7HHrutpuhXgIrH7lryASSCw

Hank Allen batting cleanup? Very unusual.