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Welcome to PMandS.com! * * * Follow us on Twitter @_PMandS * * * Indiana Democratic and Republican presidential primaries scheduled for today * * * Hillary Clinton says if elected she will institute an economic development program for distressed areas of coal country after campaigning in KY and WV * * * Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Josh Ravin suspended 80 games after positive PED test * * * Villanova forward Kris Jenkins says he will withdraw from NBA draft and return to the school for his senior year * * * Red Sox Pablo Sandoval (shoulder) set to miss rest of 2016 season * * * Script being written for ‘Space Jam 2′ at Warner Brothers, which wants Justin Lin to direct and LeBron James to star * * * New on DVD and Blu-Ray Tuesday: ‘Joy,’ ‘The Choice’ and ‘The 5th Wave’ * * *
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Filed under: Movies
Do Key and Peele translate to the big screen with ‘Keanu?’

Do Key and Peele translate to the big screen with ‘Keanu?’

I like Key and Peele. I don’t always watch them on Comedy Central, but when I do (why do I feel like a Dos Equis?) I usually come away with some solid laughs. More so than when I stay up late these days for “Saturday Night Live,” at least. Granted, some of their humor is repetitive and predictable. But [...]

Chris Jollay · Friday, April 29th, 2016· Tags: , , , , , , · No Comments »
Filed under: Sports
PM&S’ 2016 NFL mock draft

PM&S’ 2016 NFL mock draft

1. L.A. Rams- Jared Goff- QB- Cal: The Rams paid a king’s ransom to move up to this pick and take a shot at ending the QB futility that has plagued the franchise since Kurt Warner left. Smart money says Goff is the guy they are going with to lead them back to LA and [...]

Filed under: Politics
All these presidential candidates are just awful

All these presidential candidates are just awful

It’s looking like Trump vs. Clinton in the general election, a contest of two terrible, terrible candidates. But it’s not like Cruz vs. Sanders, or Sanders vs. Trump, or Cruz vs. Clinton would be much better. It’s time to face facts–all the top candidates are just awful. There’s no other way to describe it. Now, [...]

Filed under: Sports
The Warriors catch a break as the Clippers lose CP3

The Warriors catch a break as the Clippers lose CP3

Steph Curry is out for an estimated two weeks or longer with an MCL sprain. Hey, it could be worse. Chris Paul likely broke a bone in his hand last night and could be done for the playoffs. While awful news for the Clippers, the Warriors are probably feeling a lot better about their chances of [...]

Filed under: Sports
Anything for a franchise QB, but not this year in Cleveland

Anything for a franchise QB, but not this year in Cleveland

Very rarely do teams in the NFL win the Super Bowl without a capable quarterback. Every now and then a game manager with a great defense gets it done, but rule number one when constructing a team in today’s pass-happy NFL is you have to have a good quarterback. Thus we’ve seen some desperate moves by [...]

Filed under: Sports
Who will replace the ACC’s legendary coaches?

Who will replace the ACC’s legendary coaches?

Boeheim. Coach K. Coach L. Ol’ Roy. Pitino–legendary ACC coaches easily recognized by merely a single name. They are the mainstays that help make the ACC the best basketball league in the country. They are also nearing the end of their careers in some fashion. What’s to become of the ACC then? Those coaches will turn ages 72, 69, 67, 66 and [...]

Filed under: Politics
Bill Clinton versus ‘Black Lives Matter’ protestors

Bill Clinton versus ‘Black Lives Matter’ protestors

Black Lives Matter activists, no matter what you think of their cause(s) can get kind of obnoxious. They’re out there protesting everyone–Republicans, Democrats, even a guy who some consider in a way to be the “first black president,” Bill Clinton. In Philadelphia the former president was repeatedly interrupted by protestors screaming about how the 1994 [...]

Filed under: Politics
Senate Republicans should tread carefully on Garland

Senate Republicans should tread carefully on Garland

The high stakes showdown over the Supreme Court seat of departed conservative icon Antonin Scalia began in earnest last week with the President’s announcement of the nomination of Merrick Garland to fill the vacant seat. The Senate Republicans’ quest to prevent the President from appointing another nominee to the high court began before Scalia’s body [...]

Filed under: Sports
A&M nails the best late comeback in DI history

A&M nails the best late comeback in DI history

Best NCAA Tournament ever? Texas A&M’s 12-point comeback win over Northern Iowa with 31 seconds left was the greatest comeback in NCAA Division I history. We’re not talking NCAA Tournament history, we’re talking any game–ever. The comeback begins at 0:41 in the video below, after the Aggies’ first basket (not shown). Northern Iowa fans are [...]

Filed under: Sports
The mid-majors feast on overrated big conferences

The mid-majors feast on overrated big conferences

Mid-majors feasted on big conference competition Thursday and Friday. Middle Tennessee State took down Michigan State. Yale took down Baylor. Hawaii took out California. Arkansas Little-Rock wasted Purdue. Stephen F. Austin beat West Virginia. Northern Iowa beat Texas. Okay, nobody was shocked Wichita State and Gonzaga advanced, but they’re still I guess mid-majors as well. We [...]